I would like to know what risks are present with CoolSculpting when taking blood thinner?
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Blood Thinners and Coolsculpting
You can still receive treatment for Coolsculpting while taking a blood thinner. Being on a blood thinner prior to Coolsculpting increases your chances of bruising during and after treatment. Many people have been treated with Coolsculpting while taking blood thinners without incident.
Coolsculpting and Blood Thinner
If you are on a blood thinner you may experience some bruising after treatment, and being on a blood thinner is not a contraindication for Coolsculpting. Many people have been treated with Coolsculpting on blood thinner without incident. However, make sure to tell your physician that you are on a blood thinner so they can further explain any potential risk.
Bruising is a potential risk with CoolSculpting. Being on a blood thinner prior to CoolSculpting increases your likelihood of bruising during/after the procedure, however does not contraindicate you from having the procedure done. Any bruising that occurs should be temporary and resolve on its own. Thanks for your question!
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Thank you for your question. Discuss with your primary care physician before considering Coolsculpting in some one of your nature. The risk of bruising and hematoma can occur even in someone who is not on blood thinners and hence the the risk is very high in patients who are on blood thinners. The Coolsculpting physician has to have clear information about the type of medication, the reason for being on blood thinners and the coagulation status. We have treated some patients who were on blood thinners and they did very well. Do your research, get evaluated by a Coolsculpting expert physician/team and proceed. The best thing would be to wait till you stop the medication.
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