If a person is 1 of the third of American adults labeled obese, there are lifestyle changes they can enact to lose weight. In many cases though, medical weight loss programs must lend a hand when the fat just will not come off. Medical options, like stomach liposuction, can help in those times. This is an option that is best used with a person who has a healthy diet and exercises regularly, not as a treatment for morbid obesity.
- Targeting trouble spots that do not respond well to exercise, such as hips and thighs, is a use of the liposuction procedure that appeals to many. After all, if someone works hard to lose a large amount of weight and succeeds to the point that they only have those trouble spots, why not seek a doctor’s help? Also, these trouble spots get more resistant over time, and a person who has never had serious weight concerns could gradually find their routine does not have the same effect anymore.
- Unlike some procedures, liposuction can be used in conjunction with other surgical procedures. For a woman who has had 3 children, and has the loose abdominal skin to prove it, a tummy tuck can combine with stomach liposuction to give her the figure exercise can no longer achieve.
If the stomach is the problem, stomach liposuction has an easy recovery time. Within a week an individual can be back to life as usual. The pain is minimal, especially when the anesthesiologist employs long acting anesthetics. The boost in confidence will make the jump back to life an enjoyable transition.
Every person should decide based on their lifestyle and needs. If it might be a good choice for you, contact a doctor, looks at all the before and after pictures, and talk to close friends and family. Its your body, do whatever you need to in order to be happy in it.