Bruising after CoolSculpting on abdomen
It is possible to get bruising after a CoolSculpting treatment because the applicator uses suction to draw in the treated tissue. Most people do not get bruising, but it certainly is possible. There can also be a wide range of the extent of the bruising as well. This should go away completely over time.
Excessive bruising after Coolsculpting. Is it normal or it will pass?
Thank you for your question. Bruising is common and usually subsides in 2-3 weeks. If it does not, please see your treating physician. Regards,
While excessive bruising is rare, it can happen following CoolSculpting.
While excessive bruising is rare, it can happen following CoolSculpting. Each patient is different, and some will bruise more than others. Your husband’s bruising should clear up within one to two weeks, and in the meantime over the counter medications can help with any pain or discomfort.
Bruising Does Occur After CoolSculpting
Thanks for your question and for including
photos. As you know, the CoolSculpting process involves using suction to pull
the treatment area between the cool applicator panels. That is why bruising is
one of the common side effects of the procedure. Also, some people bruise more
easily than others. The bruising should resolve on its own after about a week
following the treatment. If you continue to be concerned, contact your provider
and schedule an appointment.
While I certainly understand your concern, some people
are simply more prone to bruising than others, especially after CoolSculpting.
As you might have noticed, the device uses suction to grasp the treated bulge.
This can create some bruising. Results of this magnitude are uncommon, but they're
definitely possible and should be no cause for alarm. You should see the
bruising gradually disappear over the next week or so. Please contact your
provider if your husband's bruises get worse or are accompanied by pain or
other worrisome symptoms.
Bruising Varies Between Patients
Although this can look alarming, bruising after
CoolSculpting, even to this degree, is normal. The device uses suction to draw
up the unwanted bulge, and although the treatment itself isn't painful, it's
certainly normal for the vascular structures in the skin to respond with
bruising. Some patients are more prone to bruising than others, and certain
areas of the body are also just naturally more sensitive. Unless his bruising
is accompanied by other symptoms, especially pain, there's likely no cause for
alarm. His bruises should gradually fade over the course of the next week or
Bruising After Coolsculpting
This is a common reaction and takes a few weeks to resolve. If you are concerned please speak to your physician. Best, Dr. Emer.
Bruising After CoolSculpting
Thank you for your question! It's not uncommon for patients to experience bruising after CoolSculpting while others do not. Most, if not all, of the bruising should heal within about a week or two post treatment. Good luck!
Excessive Bruising After CoolSculpting
Bruising after CoolSculpting can occur. The severity of it will vary from person to person. In all cases it does get completely better after 1-2 weeks.
Brrusing after coolsculpting
Bruising can occur from the suction associates with coolsculpting and perhaps due to vigorous manipulation of the tissue after the treatment. Bruising can range depending on the person and the areas treated. Bruising when more severe may last a week or two to resolve.