Any of our procedures have a risk of blood loss. However, in 15 years of being involved with tens of thousands of cases I have NEVER transfused any one and have never had an issue where I felt that blood loss has been critical or a danger to the well being of the patient. So, to answer your question honestly, the risk is there, but it is astronomically low. The true risks of abdominoplasty are wound separation, pulmonary embolism, seroma formation and poor scarring.
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