You have to acknowledge you are not a candidate for Plastic Surgery just because of safety, specially because you are very young.
In order to have a safe procedure your BMI must be under 30.
Also you have to acknowledge there is a limit on amount of fat to get removed, and that is about 6-10 pounds of fat, so if you really want a significant difference on result, you weight must be closer to the ideal, otherwise, 6-10 pounds will not be worth the risk.
You may consider doing a Bariatric procedure instead and then once you have lost the weight, you will be a perfect candidate for the Plastic Surgery.
Liposuction is a contouring procedure and a very poor solution to control weight. We suggest that you be near your ideal body weight, and preferably a BMI below 30 for appreciable and safe results.
The purpose of liposuction is body contouring. It removes very little in the way of weight. Unfortunately, you are not a candidate whatsoever but should pursue a weight loss program perhaps including bariatric surgery.
Thanks for your question. This is not an infrequently asked question. To achieve your goal of improved body contour, you will need to lose a lot of weight. This cannot be achieved by liposuction. I think you are likely to be a good candidate for bariatric surgery which will help you lose weight and improve your health as well as self-confidence. Once you are close to ideal body weight, you will most likely need plastic surgery for removal of loose skin. At that time any necessary liposuciion could be incorporated into the procedure. You will need to consult with a plastic surgeon who performs post-bariatric plastic surgery.
Liposuction is not a weight loss tool, it can be used once you have had weight loss and would like fine contouring. I suggest you see a weight loss expert. Best, Dr. Emer
Yes, you can have liposuction done but it will not help. Instead, ask your primary care doctor about a referrla to a bariatric surgeon (surgery for weight loss).
Thank you for your question. I am sorry to hear about your concerns. Liposuction is designed for body contouring and is not a treatment for weight loss. You may benefit from speaking to your physician about a weight loss method ideal for you.
Dr. Leonard Lu
Localized liposuction under local is a possibility. I would need to see which areas are of most concern. I would not recommend general anesthesia. Morbid obesity is not an absolute contraindication
It is a popular misconception that liposuction can be helpful to overweight patients. Nothing could be further from the truth. A massive liposuction would be about 10 #. The only surgery you should be considering is bariatric surgery.