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11-16-2011 16:36
Unregistered Hi

The healing process just takes longer and it takes about 3 weeks for the new little blood vessels to grow into the transferred fat to make sure it survives.

Hope this helps, good luck!
11-16-2011 16:31
Fiona Hi Zarah

My PS said I must stop smoking before he will do the surgery, I have been smoking for 25 years, I tried but I couldn't do it. I decided to see another PS and he told me to quit 3 weeks before and 3 weeks after the surgery. So I did and my recovery went fine and I healed perfectly.
11-16-2011 16:21
Lipo and smoking

Hi everyone,

I was wondering if you've had any experience with smoking and lipo, I asked two doctors and they said there is no big deal. But my neighbours doctor required her to quit.

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