Why You Should Not Get Liposuction
There are many risks associated with liposuction. While the procedure can be safe in many cases, it is not always the right choice for everyone. Patients with higher BMIs are more likely to experience complications after the procedure. It is recommended that patients be at least 30% of their ideal weight before surgery. Some risks associated with liposuction may be minimal or mild. However, some patients may not be a good candidate.
There are also risks associated with liposuction. The procedure can lead to fluid buildup in the lungs or other areas. This can result in an infection. During the procedure, you may receive antibiotics. The injected solution may have a toxic effect on the body. The procedure is also risky if you have a severe blood clotting disorder or have a heart condition. If you are pregnant, you should not have liposuction. You should also be healthy enough to avoid pregnancy and any major health problems.
There are several risks associated with liposuction. The procedure can cause fluid buildup in the lungs. It can also lead to infection, so you may need antibiotics before and after the procedure. It can also puncture the abdomen and damage the spleen. It is not recommended for people with severe heart conditions, blood-clotting disorders, and pregnant women. The surgery may not be safe for you.
Besides the risks, there are other complications associated with the procedure. For one thing, it can cause unwanted weight gain, which can worsen the results. The surgery can also leave you with irregular skin, which can lead to unwanted side effects. Therefore, you should aim for a stable weight before liposuction. If you are overweight or obese, it is highly unlikely that you will have any success with it.
Besides the risks associated with liposuction, it is important to know that it is not suitable for everyone. The procedure requires a relatively healthy person and is not recommended for people with severe health conditions. While the procedure is generally safe, it is not a suitable option for those with a serious medical condition. This includes pregnant women, severe heart problems, and blood-clotting disorders. In addition, you should be sure to ask your doctor before undergoing the procedure.
Because of the risks of the procedure, it is important to consider the age of the patient. In addition to the risk of complications, people over 45 should be at a relatively healthy weight. There is a high risk of bleeding during the procedure, as well as the need to take antibiotics before the procedure. In addition, pregnancy and extreme weight loss are other reasons for liposuction. Aside from aging, there are many other factors that should make liposuction less safe.
It is important to understand that liposuction is not a good option for pregnant or breastfeeding women. In addition, it is not suitable for those with blood-clotting disorders, diabetes, and other chronic health issues. The procedure may not be the right choice for you if you are suffering from any of these conditions. If you have these risks, liposuction is probably not the best option for you.
The risk of keloid scarring is greater for people with a low BMI. Those with higher BMIs are more at risk of developing keloid scars. Those with thin skin are at a higher risk of complications after liposuction. These risks are even higher if you are overweight. If you are over 40, liposuction will not improve your overall health.
Those with a low BMI should avoid liposuction if they are overweight. While liposuction can improve your body shape, it is not a weight loss surgery. It is not recommended for people with a BMI over 40 and those with serious illnesses. In addition, you should not get liposuction if you have a weak immune system or are obese.
Talk to board certified Santa Monica plastic surgeon Reza Nabavian MD about liposuction today.
Reza Nabavian MD
2001 Santa Monica Blvd #1180
Santa Monica, CA 90404