Busybee in Baltimore

Member since 1/25/2013


  • 56 total posts
  • 2 reviews
  • 2 discussions

Reviews & Stories

Not At All What I Was Expecting; Several Complications; Seeking Revision - Lutherville, MD

Prior to having this surgery, I had tried diet, exercise and shapewear to get rid of my post-baby "jelly belly," which was considerably worse after having my second child. Finally, resigned to my fate, I did extensive research on the procedure and saw six surgeons before selecting Dr. Shermak. In choosing a surgeon, I had many considerations: 1) I wanted an experienced surgeon who does many... READ MORE

What a Difference! - Columbia, MD

After having suffered for years with the pain of pendulous breasts - the back pain, the strap grooves worn in my shoulders, the skin problems - I decided to undergo a breast reduction. The surgery was a lot less painful than I had imagined, and recovery was pretty easy. I was back at work in a couple of weeks. This was a very difficult decision for me, as I wanted to have insurance... READ MORE

Discussions started by Busybee in Baltimore

Advice on Complications From Tummy Tuck

Hi, I'm at the six month mark now and having to deal with several problems now as a result of a poor tummy tuck: 1) very hard skin (fat necrosis) right above my pubic area... READ MORE

Terrified about removal of fat necrosis after TT

Did anyone have a fat necrosis after their TT?  How did you get rid of the fat necrosis? I am six months out.  I have done massage several times a day on the area... READ MORE

Recent comments from Busybee in Baltimore

They're OK. Once things are healed, they're healed. Since I no longer have to focus on what I look like several times a day, I am less depressed about it. Most things remain the same from the updates: scars are still too high; some... READ COMMENT

This is their website. It is marketing and it says what Dr. S. wants it to say. I am still one of the few who posted a negative comment on this site about her. There were NO negative comments prior to my surgery and now there are only 2. READ COMMENT

Not a possibility; scar is entirely too long and I've had a number of people tell me you can't lower a scar. You just lengthen it and would need to do more liposuction on me to remake the shape. I reviewed all the options and came to... READ COMMENT

Nope. Didn't have a good consult with the one doc. I trusted. He had done my other surgery. Scar would just get longer and maybe not better. READ COMMENT

Thanks. I just don't think doc. was careful. READ COMMENT