How to Minimize Pain After Liposuction Surgery


How to Minimize Pain After Liposuction Surgery

With liposuction procedure the extra fat is removed effectively. The treatment is very effective and the results are exceptionally well. But, this is also true that after the procedure patient does experience pain. In this guide, we will tell you the ways to minimize the pain after the surgery.

The liposuction procedure is a cosmetic surgery which helps in getting rid of unwanted fat. Undoubtedly, the results of this process are very effective which is the reason is have become very popular.

Additionally, the patients mostly ask what kind of pain they should expect and how they can manage it effectively. When the patients are well-informed in advance what they have to expect from the surgery and what they have to do will give them an idea of everything.

Experiencing Pain after Liposuction

After the liposuction surgery, the patient is given instructions for pre-care. The amount of pain the patient experience will depend on the type and anesthesia given in the treatment.

This is the reason we perform the surgery under the latest methods so that pain is less and medications are not needed to deal with pain.

If the treatment is performed under general anesthesia then the patient does experience pain and also pain-killers are prescribed.

Effective ways to manage the pain

  • Pain

After the surgery, the pain is there for 2 to 4 days and it is very intense. With time, the pain decreases gradually. So, make sure you do not take medications in excess to deal with it.

If you are planning to get the treatment then you should visit our hospital. You should consult a doctor about the entire procedure along with liposuction cost.

  • Tenderness

The treated area will be sore and tender. However, this fades away within a few days. So, do not try home remedies to heal it.

  • Wearing Compression Garment

For swelling, the patient is given compression garment which also gives additional support. This works well to minimize pain and discomfort.

  • Avoid painkillers

First two weeks, you should not take the pain-killers like Advil, ibuprofen, and aspirin. This is because it can augment the bruising as well blood clotting will slow down. Even, during the surgery, there is a risk of bleeding. So, do not take anything which is not prescribed by the doctor.

  • Loss of sensation

The treated area might lose sensation for some time but the swelling will persist. Make sure you do not use any hot or cold compressors can they can result in frostbite or burns around that area.

Self-care tips

You should do normal activities like walking as it helps the muscles to recover faster. Additionally, massaging the treated area will reduce the welling. Keep in mind to stay hydrated which will help you recover faster.

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