frequently asked questions
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Yes, it is. It will greatly Assist and speed up your Recovery.
Yes, It is, Fibrosis is a term most commonly used to describe the internal scabbing in the trauma area as the tissue crystallizes.
You can Often Cope by Slowing Down, Relaxing, Deep Breathing, and Calming your nerves would allow you to mentally adjust to the physical changes…. And remember You got This !!!
Multiple Sessions may be necessary, Each individual case is determined by each person’s organic healing process.
I am Experiencing Sharp Pain in My Groin area and Heavy Flow My First Cycle after the Surgery, is that Normal?
Yes it is Normal and rather Common for most cases.
As long as necessary until Your Inflammation subsides.
1.)Inflammation / Bruising
2.)Fibrosis – Crystalizing scar tissue
3.) Tissue Restoration Inflammation Free!
It varies for each individual, depending on the consistency of Your Aftercare and Your Body but typically expect 2-3 months or more.
You may be Low of Hemoglobin, We Advise that You go to the ER or go see your Primary Care Doctor.
Once You notice You are no longer Inflamed.
Over time as the Inflammation Subsides Simultaneously.
Only if the Stitches are Dissolvable.
About Two To Three Months on Average.
It’s Dependent on a Case by Case Basis However Frequent Visits are Recommended.
No. The Butt Needs a Shaping and Contouring Support as the Fatty Tissue Merges.
We Recommend that You do some research, and also it helps to talk about Your feelings with Close Friends, Family Members, Your MLD Therapist or Your Regular Therapist.
24-48hrs in Most Cases the Sooner the Better before Fibrosis Occurs.
It is Never too Late, however it is to Your Best Benefit to start sooner than later.
Yes the Sensation of Numbness and Tenderness and feeling like You are Estranged to Your Own body is Oftentimes Common in the Postop World.
Daily. The More Consistent You are with Your Drainage the Faster and Better Your Results!
Why is that? Your Healing Journey is a Process and can take time, Please be Patient and Maintain Consistency with your After Care. You’re on Your Way !!!
Body Contouring / Sculpting occurs as a natural effect of Manual Lymphatic Drainage Techniques, the usage of hand held tools can also help to enhance the body as it molds into shape such as your Faja compression garment, wooden/silicon or metal massage tools etc..
Yes, smoking may slow down your healing progress due to the fact that smoke in itself decreases oxygen in the body and its thick resin formation may slow down your circulation and interfere with your Lymphatic drainage.
First Stage provides minimal compression and is typically worn during your immediate Post Operative cycle, and Second Stage provides more Support and is worn throughout the remainder of your Post Op Healing Journey and thereafter.
It would be to your Best Benefit to Transition to Second Stage Faja as You Progress further along in your Healing Journey.
Your Faja becomes looser as the Inflammation Decreases and You will Notice Your becoming Smaller in Size.
Yes Predominantly for the first 2-3 months then Periodically thereafter.
Yes. Your Digestive System and the Body overall endures many changes during your Post Op Experiences.
Once Your Inflammation has Significantly Decreased as Your Body Allows it.
Yes. If they are Dissolvable Stitches.
Yes. As your internal wound scabs (Tissue crystallizes aka Fibrosis) most people tend to go through an itchy phase that may last anything between 1 week or more or in some cases even less.
Once you notice your inflammation has significantly gone down and you are able to be out of your Faja for hours without any discomfort you feel free to explore your options mindfully.
No. The excessive heat would trigger more inflammation in your body… Wusa Please be Patient with Yourself, You are almost there!!!
As much weight as your body can naturally hold in General Pre/Post Op
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The timeline may differ for All. Please seek Advice with your Post Op Lymphatic Drainage Specialist.
Usually Nightmares have been Reported to Us by those who may be utilizing Strong Painkillers or Heavy Narcotics. Please Refer to your MD. or Surgeon for Further Guidance.
Please seek Advice from Your Medical Doctor.
The Fluid Reabsorbs into the Lymphatic System and Drains into Your Urine/Bowels.