Does Abdominal Sculpsure effect male fertility?
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SculpSure & Fertility
No. SculpSure does not affect fertility so you are good to go. It's also ideal for just what you describe: treating a stubborn pocket of fat. Best of luck.
I would not expect SculpSure to affect fertility
SculpSure is an excellent technology for spot fat reduction and body contouring. The depth of penetration of the laser is 3cm which is enough to affect fat but not anything deeper. If the area to be treated is over your lower groin area (the inguinal canal), I would avoid treating that if there is not much fat since the vas deferens (which carries the sperm) runs through that particular area
SculpSure is Safe
SculpSure technology has been approved in US and Canada for the reduction of fat on the lower tummy, stomach and flanks. SculpSure is a non-invasive fat-reduction procedure that delivers permanent results in the targeted areas in about 6 weeks, with visible final results seen at 12 weeks. This is the time frame for your body to metabolize the eliminated fat cells through your metabolic system.
The laser technology does not affect the surrounding tissue cells or muscles. Because you are trying to have a baby and will be gaining weight during pregnancy, I would suggest perhaps waiting until after the baby to get SculpSure treatments to help you bounce back into your pre-pregnancy state. Other than that, there are no medical reasons that suggest SculpSure will interfere with your pregnancy agenda.
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Fertility unaffected by SculpSure
Thanks for your question. There have been no studies that have indicated SculpSure affecting male or female fertility. Sculpsure is designed to destroy fat cells, nothing more. You may experience swelling and soreness post-treatment that may feel like a vigorous ab workout, but nothing more. Hope this helps. Best, Dr. Katz
There is no reason why Sculpsure should affect fertility
there is no medical reason why this should affect your fertility.
of course, no one is going to want to do this on someone who is pregnant, there is no reason to
think it will affect fertility in either sex.
david berman md
Thank you for your question. I am not aware of any studies that have suggested fertility issues with SculpSure. The main side effect of SculpSure is a little soreness after the treatment. Otherwise, you should experience a great result. I suggest that you next consult in person with a board certified facial plastic surgeon.
SculpSure does not effect male or female fertility
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No clinical trials
No clinical trials have been completed to date looking at fertility of either Sculpsure or Coolsulpting.