I've just started treatment but so far everything has gone great. Prior to lipo dissolve I had lost over 100 pounds and have kept if off through daily excercise and diet. However, I have problem areas of fat on my stomach and saddlebags that no amount of diet or excericse will get rid of so I decided to try lipo dissolve.
They told me that this was not a quick fix and would take six months to really show. The nurse said that if I want to see my results sooner then I should wait 4 weeks between treatments to let the swelling go down and the process work. Like everyone else this is a six treatment process. The cost will be $4800 to do all 3 areas. Thats a lot less then liposuction.
I've only done the trial 1 area right now and its only been a few days. The shots didn't hurt at all. A little pinch, but not painful. I immediately swelled and the first 5 minutes were pretty uncomfortable. I felt a little out of it the whole day and my upper abdomin was definelty doing some strange things. It felt like it was liquifying and swelling. My belly got so huge and funny looking, but today is day 3 and the swelling has started to go down. Last night I had egg size lumps under my skin but today they are gone.
I plan on going to the gym tonight to workout which I think will help the proces along. I am also a big water drinker and have been drinking a lot of water which I believe has helped the process.
In two weeks I go back for my 2 treatment. I am going to do the two areas that weren't treated the first time (lower abs and saddlebags) and then wait 4 weeks for a new treatment to let my body do its thing.
I'll report back with the bad and good, but anyone who is ready this whole section of blogs and is considering doing it should first consider their lifestyle. This isn't for everyone as the blog will show.
If you don't eat right, don't excercise, and don't drink enough water you should look into first dieting and excerising before doing this. I don't think you can do this without first setting your body up for success.
Also, if you are a person who is allergic to stuff or very sensitive to medical things don't do this. As you read throught these blogs you'll see that the people who had problems are people who usually have complications with procedures.
It also seems that whoever is administering these procedures in MO isn't doing it right because that is where a lot of compliants are coming from. I'm in Nevada and it seems CA and NV are doing it the same way. Remember its not FDA approved so its not exactly the same everywhere.