Good and bad of liposuction has talked a lot. But with so much information, sometimes you do not know what to believe. In general, surgery is safe, but not without risks. Before deciding to submit to liposuction to remove fat from your body, learn well what they are.
Liposuction is not a weight loss procedure is to remove excess fat in certain areas only. For those “fat” of which we can not get to do more exercise or diet, is what is designed liposuction. And accumulate in certain areas like the abdomen, hips, thighs, arms, neck, back and buttocks. Who would not do anything to get rid of them?
So many have tried liposuction. A surgery in which fat is sucked accumulated in parts of the body. So far it has proved successful surgery in most cases. But that does not mean it has some risks, such as:
- Like any surgery, can have complications such as bleeding, infections or adverse reactions to anesthesia. And the larger the area you’re going to have liposuction, the greater the risk for any complication.
- Not sure when you get a liposuction circulatory problems, heart disease (heart), diabetes or a weakened immune system because they can complicate surgery and risking your health.
- Although it is normal that the skin is somewhat hurt by a few months, chances are you are marks or permanent scars. After liposuction your skin may be loose, uneven or permanent stains. That happens when your skin is too thin and has little elasticity, if not suck it fat, or when the cannula with the sucking hurts.
- If you do an ultrasound-assisted liposuction, it is likely also that you form a small fluid-filled sacs under the skin, which must be emptied after a needle.
- They can also irritate nerves in the area where you did liposuction.
- When the tube goes deep under your skin, you run the risk that they may pierce an organ. This is a very complicated situation that can only be fixed with surgery and can put you in great danger.
- Although it happens in very few cases, liposuction may cause your death. Either because they have a negative reaction to anesthesia or because the input and output of fluids may alter the internal fluids of your body and cause you problems with your kidneys or heart or you develop fat embolism (a bit of fat to be the blood stream and cover one of the arteries).
If you are thinking about getting liposuction, my advice is that you only do it with a professional cosmetic surgeon and recommended. And if you’re getting general anesthesia with an anesthesiologist is qualified and is in a health center or hospital that has the equipment needed and can respond if there are complications. The success of surgery depends on that and make a full assessment of your health before moving on to the operating room.
Do not take risks, before thinking of the vanity and the pocket, think about your health.