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10 Things to know before getting Liposuction

Liposuction is a mechanical removal of unwanted fat from the body.

10 things to know before getting liposuction:

Smokers continue to increase their risk of developing chest infections after liposuction. Birth control pills users increase the chance for blood clots. In both cases, you need to stop a few weeks before surgery.

Aspirin and other anti-inflammatory medications need to be stopped before surgery as they can cause excessive bleeding due to their blood thinners.

A large number of bruises heal in a few weeks. Also know that you may experience some swelling and skin swelling for some time.

4. An unhealthy person, diabetes, poor bleeding of heart disease are not good candidates for liposuction.

5. If your skin is exposed to keloid scars (red scars raised) on healing then your scars from wounds that need to be performed by a surgeon, can cure keloid scars. They may be corrected but need another surgery.

6. An error can cause the area to be treated and may take up to six months to disappear.

7. Damage to internal organs may occur that will cause other surgeries to be corrected, but only in rare cases.

8. Occasionally forms a liquid under the skin and needs to be removed.

9. Like any other operation, you may be allergic to anesthetics, infections or excessive bleeding.

10. The possible imbalance of fluid lost during surgery can cause problems and even be fatal. And some people may be allergic to fluids used during surgery.

Over there 3 type than liposuction

1. Wet liposuction

Salt-based fluids will be injected into the treatment area after the anesthetic has taken effect. Then the surgeon will empty the fat using a vacuum connected can by moving it back and forth.

2. Dry liposuction

Same as wet liposuction above except no fluid is injected into the area. It has weaknesses that may cause more bleeding and bruising than wet liposuction.

3. Liposuction ultrasound

Ultrasound is used to break down fat in areas with hard fat like back. The ultrasonic sound waves emitted from the scope and not the canula, will melt the fat and inhale it. Waves break down fat cells and turn them into fluid ready for suction. There is less bruising because it is less mechanical. However, deeper wounds are needed to protect the skin from burns and there is a risk of nerve damage.


Your new body needs to be maintained with good diet and regular exercise. If there is no risk of getting it back.

After liposuction:

  1. Expect inflammation, swelling and bruises

  2. Nausea from medications and anesthesia

  3. Itching after a few days. It is a common occurrence in the healing process

  4. Menstrual cycles are interrupted

  5. The leakage of the wound must be made during the liposuction process. It can cause staining of furniture and wedding

  6. Turn around and pass out. Avoid heavy activity and drink plenty of fluids


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