I had coolsculpting done on my lower abdomen 4 weeks ago. I am happy to say that I can already see and feel that the fat layer has been reduced. However, it isn't as even as I had hoped. The right side of my belly is a bit larger than the left and a little lumpy. Is this normal and can I expect things to even out?
Uneven Results After Coolsculpting?
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CoolSculpting fat reduction and uneven results
lumpiness after Zeltiq CoolSculpting is not uncommon but is usually felt more readily than seen and is temporary during the inflammatory period for the first few to several months after the procedure as the body starts to degrade the dead fat cells.
Uneveness can occur from a preexisting asymmetry that is not noticed before the procedure, or if there is a scoliosis.There can be a possibility that one side of the body lends itself better to having more of the fat drawn into the applicator during the suction than the other side, and if this occurs, the side with more fat can be treated an additional time.
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It takes up to four months to see final results from CoolSculpting. perhaps a second treatment to an area adjacent to the uneveness would help smooth things out. I would not advice having another treatment for a minimum of 90 days after most recent treatment of you are experiencing unevenness.
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Thank you for your question. I am happy that you see the results with your Coolsculpting procedure. Because you are only 4 weeks post treatment, I would ask that you wait at least 4-6 more weeks to see if things improve.
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