Thank you for asking about your liposuction and BBL.
- I assume your eczema treatment is temporary - not a life time treatment.
- If so, then wait until your exzema clears and you are taken off these medicines.
- Then have surgery.
- As for steroids - they are often given by anesthesiologists during surgery
- If you have any surgery, tell both the surgeon AND the anesthesiologist that you cannot have steroids and be sure they write this down in your record.
- Even though it is not a true allergy, put "Steroids" under your allergies to be sure you avoid them.
- They are powerful drugs and have many side-effects - they are best avoided unless necessary.
Always consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. Best wishes. Elizabeth Morgan MD PHD FACS
be patient and wait until your eczema clears and you discontinue the
immune suppressants before getting your BBL. Steroids should be okay,
but check with your physician. Please see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
The best time to get breast implants is when you have been off your immune suppression for a period of time, so be patient, complete the treatment of your skin issues and then consider your cosmetic surgery.I suggest you read the book "10% Human" to understand the connection between diet, the human biome (bacteria that lives in your system and affects your health), and the type of health problems you are currently experiencing. Perhaps you can get better control of your skin so that you will not need immune suppressives at all.