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Corrective breast surgery, liposuction and lipo filling in the buttox
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I developed capsular contracture in my left breast following my BA 10 years ago, so i guess it is time for new implants, i am combining this procedure with liposuction from my tummy, thighs and side of my knees and will inject that to my buttox, the taunting question is can i sleep on my back without compromising my results?
My doctor told me that there is no scientific proof of that plus he always do lipo filling combined with aggressive liposuction or body lift after massive weight loss following gastric bypass or other procedures. I just cant help it to be obsessed i searched high and low over the internet and got nothing.
I know many ladies combine tt and bbl or ba and bbl... So please tell me how did you sleep or positioned the 1st few days.

My doctor told me he will start with the liposuction and filling then the ba procedure. He will have a fellow ps to help him to minimize the anesthesia time

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Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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June 25, 2014 5:55 AM

I agree with your surgeon. Ok to to be supine! (more)
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