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Do’s and Don’ts of Lipomatic Surgery

Lipomatics, like any other surgery, requires proper care.

If the excess fat is not well cared for,

They may become a breeding ground for bacteria and eventually infection.

After the lipomatectomy is over, the doctor will explain the necessary recommendations to the patient.

In general, the set of post-lipomatic care can be summarized as follows:

Bleeding after surgery is a little worrying.

Of course, bleeding can be easily controlled by taking medications prescribed by your doctor.

To prevent re-bleeding, it is strongly recommended that the patient rest immediately after leaving the office.

And refrain from strenuous activities and some sports such as running, weightlifting and..

After lipomatics, some blood may come out of the wound.

These blood vessels are the remnants of melted fats.

And because they are located next to the capillaries, they mix with some blood and come out red.

So there is no need to worry.

Because after a few days, they are completely removed from the surgical site. It is better to absorb these bloodshed with sterile gas.

Do's and Don'ts of Lipomatic Surgery

Do’s and Don’ts of Lipomatic Surgery


If fat removal is performed with a local anesthetic,

The patient can return to his normal diet immediately.

Drink enough water, fruit juices or non-alcoholic beverages to prevent dehydration.

Avoid drinking alcohol for 48 hours before and after surgery.

Physical activity

Absolute rest is recommended for the first few hours after surgery.

Do not drive for 18 hours.

During the day or evening of fat loss, a short walk can be done if desired.

In case of severe initial loosening of the skin in the abdomen, the patient should not be allowed to sit 90 degrees for 3 to 5 days.

Because the loose skin is wrinkled and fluid is trapped between its septa

And with the serum formed, it causes tightness of the skin under the abdomen.

This is a problem that many doctors face after draining fat and are looking for a solution.

To prevent this, the patient is advised to lie down longer, walk, or lie down to sit.

Fainting after urination


A patient who has lost fat should stop slowly after urinating for the first 24 hours after surgery.

To avoid serious injury from falling, if dizziness occurs, the patient should sit or lie on the floor.

Drainage management after lipomatic

One should expect a large amount of blood and anesthetic to come out of the incision site within the first 24 to 48 hours after emptying.

In general, the more drainage and fluid, the less bruising and swelling occurs.

In the first 24 to 48 hours, in addition to dressing, it is recommended to use highly absorbent pads on the affected areas and under the genitals.

After most drainage has stopped, patients only need to place absorbent pads on the incisions from which the fluid is drained.

Wear special fat removal genes


Genes should be used to encourage fluid drainage from incisions and prevent swelling after fat removal.

He prescribed special genes that were appropriate for the patient’s size to be worn on the body immediately after dressing.

Starting the day after surgery, the patient can only take the gun out daily to go to the bathroom, wash the gun and put it back on after drying.

Continuous wearing of the gun should continue for up to 24 hours after fluid drainage has stopped completely.

It is recommended to wear a gun after lipomatous treatment for only 7 to 10 days.