The fold of the skin is gone from my stomach, on one side, but on the other side, the fat fold still remains.
I Had Zeltiq Done 2 Wks Ago and I Am Uneven on One Side. What Should I Do?
Doctor Answers 18
Zeltiq Coolsculpting works great for the tummy
Don't worry Josephinamina two weeks after treatment you probably haven't started to really see the results of your treatment yet. One of the great things about Zeltiq Coolsculpting that we've seen is the smooth and even end results. It's really not uncommon for you not to see results for 4-8 weeks and remember also that your treatment only effected about 20-25% of the fat cells in that area. It's good to plan on having 2-3 treatments in an area.
Hang in there!
Dr. Grant Stevens
Too soon to see Coolsculpting results
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Asymmetric Swelling Following CoolSculpting
It’s not unusual for patients to experience swelling in the immediate post -operative period. In some cases, this swelling can be asymmetric and this may explain your unevenness.
It’s important to be patient and give your swelling time to resolve. It takes approximately 3-4 months following coolsculpting to see the final result.
Each coolsculpting session can decrease the amount of fat by 20-25%. In some cases, multiple sessions may be necessary and during these additional sessions asymmetry can be addressed. In the short term, exercise and massage may be helpful.
If you have anxiety about your asymmetry, don’t be afraid to discuss your concerns with your plastic surgeon. Your surgeon should be able to reassure you and make this a more comfortable experience.
CoolSculpting uneven after 2 weeks
CoolSculpting can cause some initial swelling post treatment and the swelling can be unequal on each side. Swelling can take a few weeks to resolve Results from CoolSculpting normally are not apparent for 4-6 weeks post treatment. The unevenness should resolve over the next few months, and if it does not, you should consult your provider.