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Shaking from Tumescent Fluid During Liposuction?
I recently had Smart Lipo and during the administration of the tumescent fluid, I began to shake. I was told it was due to the epinephrine but oddly enough, not one person had mentioned this side effect to me even though they all knew I have a history of panic disorder. I was told EVERYONE gets the shakes. I have read many reviews and only one person makes mention of this side effect. Of all the online videos I've seen of Drs performing Smart Lipo, not one patient appears to be in any distress.
Is it normal for one to have these shakes that last for 5-10 minutes? Would taking Klonopin have helped me? The 7.5 mgs of Valium didn't help me. I have another procedure next month and I do not want to have convulsions again! What can I or my Dr. do to help make this a better experience?
Shaking with liposuction
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