This guy asked for Experiences, not Opinions.arockwell11 said:Any recommendations for clinics or doctors in BA?
Any experiences good or bad?
My girlfriend is interested in this while we're there in February/March.
people who do these types of procedures don't just do them on a whim. you need to get off that high horse once in a while. just b/c you think it's wrong doesn't give you the right to preach.orwellian said:Yes of course, but it doesn't hurt pointing out the risks. Maybe the girl hasn't thought it through very well.
Ok you're right, that is a bias site. That doesn't necessarily make it wrong though. How about this one that say pretty much the same thing:TheJag said:Thanks for using a dubious source to support your argument (A site that it is selling its own product that competes against liposuction). Sorry but really the only way to get rid of cellulite is through liposuction.
That is true, although I did not do that. I simply used the keywords "cellulites" and "liposuction" and all of the hits on the first page come to the same conclusion; liposuction is not a good way to get rid of cellulites.jp said:Google's great.
Just type in whatever half baked ideas you have, and bingo! Google validates them.
I've read several horror stories about people that have gotten their lives destroyed with plastic surgery. And I am not preaching about anything. I am merely pointing out the risks and how pointless it is to get rid of cellulites by using liposuction. And people do things on a whim all the time, liposuction is no different.arty said:people who do these types of procedures don't just do them on a whim. you need to get off that high horse once in a while. just b/c you think it's wrong doesn't give you the right to preach.
I agree with you for general weight loss purposes liposuction should not be considered, but there are instances when someone is living a Healthy lifestyle, and the body fat was not lost in areas that caused serious body issues with the patient.pericles said:I have to agree with Orwellian on this one . Liposuction in general does not work and causes more pain that results. Two of my friends have had this done and they were in extruciating pain for a few weeks for the net loss of a 5 kilos and both regained the weight quickly.
You want to lose weight why not walk or dance or take up a sport . If you can sacrifice a month of your life for liposuction you can sacrifice an hour a day to lose weight in a natural way and the health benefits are not just the weight coming off .
I didn't know that, interesting. But still, most people do it irresponsibly and chances are high that the OP's gf is one of them. Isn't the most sensible thing to point that out so the OP's gf doesn't make the same mistake? How is that jumping on anyone?TheJag said:I agree with you for general weight loss purposes liposuction should not be considered, but there are instances when someone is living a Healthy lifestyle, and the body fat was not lost in areas that caused serious body issues with the patient.
Liposuction combined with a healthy lifestyle can actually benefit people greatly with serious body issues.
But In general since liposuction is a surgical procedure, it should be looked at in terms of over-all health of the patient. And it should not be a quick fix solution.
To jump on the op for asking about the procedure is utter nonsense when we do not know any of her lifestyle choices or medical history. Or even why and for what reason she wants this surgery.