Can I have Coolsculpting safely with a Factor Xll Defeciency?

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Factor XII deficiency and Coolsculting

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Coolsculpting is a great tool for reducing a bulge in a given area. You might bruise more from having the deficiency. I would ask your hematologist for medical clearance for the procedure. 

Sacramento Coolsculpting and Factor XII deficiency

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In general Factor XII deficiency patients do well with minor procedures.  Bruising is a possibility with Coolsculpting with or without a Factor XII deficiency.  I would recommend you discuss this with your Coolsculpting physician, as well as, your hematologist or primary care physician.

Good luck.

Dr. Kaniff

CoolSculpting and Factor XII Deficiency

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It would be the decision of the doctor treating you with CoolSculpting to decide if he or she would treat you with Factor XII Deficiency.  In my opinion, I do not see a problem with this and think you could safely have the procedure done.  

Michael I. Echavez, MD
San Francisco Facial Plastic Surgeon
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