9235 After tummy tuck girdle and post postpartum use by MariaE

Patients of cosmetic surgeries (such as liposculpture, tummy tucks, liposuction localized on the back, abdomen, arms, or other body parts) that did not wear a high compression post-surgery faja, preferably made out of powernet, during their recovery process, might be suffering complications such as fibrosis.

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Patients of cosmetic surgeries (such as liposculpture, tummy tucks, liposuction localized on the back, abdomen, arms, or other body parts) that did not wear a high compression post-surgery faja, preferably made out of powernet, during their recovery process, might be suffering complications such as fibrosis. The term fibrosis describes the thickening and scarring of connective tissue, usually as a result of injury, and it impedes good results from a cosmetic surgery.
Fibrosis might be a side effect of surgery because the surgery’s goal is to remove excess fat in a specific body area, leaving some loose skin and dents on the patient’s body, where fluids can harbor, and impeding drainage of these fluids. The accumulation of these fluids causes the fibrosis.

 

 

To prevent complications such as fibrosis, the best course of action is to wear a high-compression post-surgery faja made out of powernet, to allow the skin to adhere to your muscles again.