At ten weeks post op, you should be fine. Just listen to your body in every type of activity you are resuming. Go slowly and gradually.
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Ten weeks post tummy tuck, you are good to go
By ten weeks after tummy tuck you are ready for full exercise and any other challenges that come your way.
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I usually allow full exercise 6 weeks after a tummy tuck. This includes intense programs like P90X, and I usually relate this to intercourse as well.
You are good to go.
I usully allow my patients to resume full actvities (work-out, sex, etc) after 6 weeks. However, each plastic surgeon is different in his/her postoperative instruction and clearance. You should double check with your plastic surgeon.
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I generally clear my patients to resume activity as tolerated (*gradually*) after 5-6 weeks. So you are 10 weeks postop. Check with your plastic surgeon. But you should be OK. Enjoy your results!
You should do fine
On my practice, when patients reach the 1 month post-op mark, I tell them that they can carry a completely normal life, including going to the gym and doing exercise. I recommend caution just while doing abdominal crunches until they are 12 weeks post-op; so if you are now on week 10; I believe that, unless you have any open wounds or any other condition not here stated; you could go on with it, as nothing is supposed to happen. If any doubt, go visit a board certified plastic surgeon to evaluate you personally.
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