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Getting Rid Of C Section Pouch
I had tummy tuck 3 years ago to remove flap caused by C-section , what non surgical procedure can get rid of fat trapped in scar tissue causing bulge?
None is effective: Bulge at scar is result of tissue laxity that developed with time and following acute swelling post op. It is exacerbated by density of the scar and adherence of the scar to underlying tissues that causes tissues to bunch up at that level.It is not just fat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Baby with some risk: If the labour is prolonged and not progressing well, the baby may develop respiratory distress,will have low oxygen level and it may affect the brain of the baby .But if labour process progressing well as expected,then there is no risk in having vaginal birth. Your doctor will explain to you wether you should have vaginal delivery or not. ...Read more
Having laparoscopy due to painful intercourse doc thinks loads of scar tissue and adhesions from previous c-sections. Scared of having the surgery?
Normal: Its normal to be afraid of having an operation. While everything has risk, the chance of something bad happening is very, very low. The chance of having some pain relief is overall about 60-70% when considering all patients undergoing laparoscopy for pain. So the odds are in your favor that it will help, and there won't be complications. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Going for ulcerative colitis surgery and having a pouch surgery? Whats the chances of getting pergnant later in life?
Pretty good: In younger age group with pouch, getting pregnant is pretty good , long term results are also good with vaginal delivery or by c section. Speak to your doctor(s) , may be at a slightly high risk pregnancy for recurrence of disease. ( not very significant risk ) and need team of experts to carry through good luck. ...Read more
What's the best way to tone abdominal muscles after having 3 c sections and two laproscopic surgeries?
Core strengthening: A good trainer can show u.Get a more detailed answer ›
Any recommendations to tighten loose abdominal skin non surgically? Left with a bit of a "sag" after my lovely c section
I can not offer...: ...much encouragement here. Clearly the definitive treatment for sagging abdominal fat/skin or panniculus is surgical. Unfortunately, this area of skin stretch and fat deposition is quite resistant to mobilization by diet and exercise. Abdominal strengthening exercises seem to have much more effect on the upper abdominal musculature. Carefully consider the pros/cons/risks/costs of surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Liposuction, TT: Depending on the skin quality, either liposuction or a tummy tuck. If the skin is loaded with stretch marks or very saggy, a tummy tuck is probably needed. If the skin is smooth and taught with only fat stores present, liposuction will do nicely. This is done as an in office procedure usually with some minor sedation and numbing or tumescent fluid. Read more..www.totalbodysurgical.net. ...Read more
I've had an Ileostomy 4 over 13yrs after having SubColectomy & most of my small intestines removed. Theres a 2nd stoma developing @ Ostomy site? Why?
See your Surgeon: This is a very complicated surgical history. You need to follow up with your surgeon. ...Read more
Yes: Always a way to get rid of that fat roll. ...Read more
Pilates is good: Pilates is a good form of excercise that targets the core muscles. It may help. If you are just recently delivered, make sure you talk to your doctor to see if it is too soon to start working out. Another option is to go to a local health club and get a work out program to help you get back into shape. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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