I had Tumescent Liposuction performed on my outer hips yesterday. The procedure also involved some fat transfer from the front of the thighs to the indented areas on my left and right thighs. The doctor simply injected the anesthetic solution into my front thighs, broke down the fat with the cannulas, and consequently pushed it down toward the indentations with his hands. He stitched the incisions and wrapped me up with the solution and fat inside. He told me that the body will get rid of the solution and we will find out if the fat in the indentations survived in 2 months. The next morning, I unwrapped my legs; the swelling from the solution had came down a bit and shifted to the outer side of my legs. A few hours later, I started experiencing burning pain in the area.
This procedure did not seem very professional to me and I'm wondering, what are your opinions on this? Is the pain normal? What would the outcome most likely be?