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I did it! Finally!! Okay ladies we've all been...

I did it! Finally!! Okay ladies we've all been there the dreaded coming of summer and the agony of swim suit shopping. Every talk show has the parade of models who will show you how to hide your figure flaws.

Well after 36 years of trying to hide mine(my youngest is 36) I decided to go for it. I'm happy I did. This is not a procedure for everyone, it is painful(day 2 and 3 extremly painful) but for me the right choice.

My doctor was great I would highly recomend him. As far as advice, be patient do your homework,make sure you are healthy try everything else first. Good luck, you matter and your worth it.

Is it okay to remove your compresson garment long enough to wash it after surgery. I didn't think ahead enough to purchase an alternate.

It will be three weeks tomorrow since my tummy...

It will be three weeks tomorrow since my tummy tuck.  I am thrilled with the results but I am still having pain.  The pain seems to be worse now than it was a week ago.  I can't wait until I can stand up straight and regain some strength.  I am wondering if the increase in pain is normal.  I have tryed to walk as much as possible but find it hard to go any distance without wearing out.  I even borrowed a walker to try and walk more without the back strain being so prevelant.  Has any one else experienced an increase in pain after two weeks?  By the way, the walker does help with the back pain. 

Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon

He was very informative. He had good pictures of his procedures. Hospital staff raved about his results.

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