Kybella if I am pregnant/trying to conceive?
Doctor Answers 19
Kybella while trying to get pregnant
Although it isn't likely that Kybella would affect a developing pregnancy, its not worth it to chance this given that you'd like to have the healthiest baby possible.
So for now, I'd suggest holding off until after delivery and after nursing before considering Kybella.
In terms of how long it stays in a persons system, its hard to say. The treatments still show activity up to one month after a kybella injection.
I'd say if you weren't pregnant and decided to try kybella before trying to get pregnant again you'd be safe to wait 2 months after a treatment before trying again. But do know that it often takes 2-4 treatments so get an optimal result with kybella. Hope this helps.
Kybella and Pregnancy
Kybella is FDA approved and is safe and highly effective at reducing submental fat. However, there are no studies on pregnancy and I would avoid such injections during that time. Best, Dr. Green
Not a good idea
@drsheilanazarian on Instagram
You might also like...
Pregnancy and Kybella
Kybella not recommended for pregnancy
Use of kybella in pregnancy
Kybella during fertility treatments or pregnancy
The safety of Kybella administered to a woman who is pregnant has not been studies and therefore Kybella should not be administered to a pregnant woman.
We often give Tylenol and ibuprofen immediately prior to a treatment, and one dose of prednisone immediately after along with ibuprofen for several days and arnica as part of my specific protocol which is very effective in minimizing swelling. Some of these substances are not recommended in pregnancy and could affect your fertility treatments.
So it's best to wait, don't you think?
All the best,
Kybella should not be used during pregnancy
Kybella and pregnancy
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.