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Non Surgery Fat Injection
Is fat injection thyroplasty permanent? I'm a 25 year old male wanting this for cosmetic reasons. What are the risks involved in getting this surgery?
Harvested fat varies: Results from free fat injections depend on the harvesting technique. The more damaging the technique, the fewer pluripotential (stem cells) survive the transfer. It's important to review with the surgeon his/her experience and see results at 3 - 6 and 12 months after injections so you can get a clear picture of the success or failure of the proposed technique. ...Read more
Gallbladder worse? 27% injection fraction in 2011. Insu. Dropped me before surgery. Now hard to leave bed, thick yellow vomit, rare bm, feel full.
Worrisome: If the pain feels like your gb again you must seek care. ...Read more
Liposuction alternat: There is a relatively new device called zeltiq. Zeltiq freezes your unwanted fat and measurably destroys the fat cells. It costs about $700 per area treated, is mildly painful and has almost no downtime. Their website offers many doctors throughout the us who have the machine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm going to have surgery soon and am wanting to know if the injection (lidocaine) hurts and how much?
Likely: Most of the local anesthetics cause some pain when they are injected in sensitive areas of the body. It usually hurts first after injected and the it goes away. Different people experience pain different ways so some think it hurts a lot, some are ok. ...Read more
I had oral surgery when i was a child and the injections were incredibly painful. Has anything changed?
Back pain: No. Physical therapy, chiropractic care, and aquatic therapy are other alternatives to surgery for low back pain and pinched nerves. Some patients benefit from anticonvulsant and anti-depressant medications that can relieve leg pain. Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and back bracing are also helpful treatments. ...Read more
Yes: Yes it should not interfere with surgery. ...Read more
Pars defect l5. 20 y female. Conservative measures and injections don't help much. Is surgery an option! if so what kind will help with this.
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