I had cool sculpting and ultrashape on my thighs. I have now put on 8kg on my bottom and saddlebags. I cannot get rid of this fat even after Exercise and eating very low carb for 2 months. Pleas help. Is this fat struck forever?
Weight Gain After Cool Sculpting?
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Weight gain post coolsculpting
CoolSculpting Treatment To Transformation
When multiple CoolSculpting sessions are required, it may be helpful to find a top CoolSculpting provider who is able to offer special pricing. My Raleigh NC office is a Premier Crystal Practice and offer patients Instant Rebates for free CoolSculpting treatments. For each session that the patient purchases, one free session is given. You can find the top provider in your area by searching the CoolSculpting website.
Weight gain after Coolsculpting
Unfortunately, Coolsculpting and Ultrashape treatments do not render one immune to weight gain in the areas treated or anywhere on the body. Putting the weight on is much, much easier than taking it off again. You may want to check in with your internal medicine physician and make sure all of your blood work and general health is in order and not contributing to your weight gain. The fat isn't there for good but it will require effort and persistence to change. Good luck.
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Weight gain after coolsculpting and ultrashape
Possibly your doctor may find that you are retaining fluid. I'm not sure what happens when someone had both ultrasound (Ultrashape; not FDA cleared in the U.S.) and freezing (CoolSculpting). There may be so much inflammation from both devices that there is significant fluid retention. Please see your doctor for an evaluation.
Count Calories by Villar
Calories in, calories out determines weight gain. Low carb, high calories puts the weight on. Best wishes. Knowledge is power. Luis F. Villar MD FACS
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