Gynaecomastia Risks To Understand Before Undergoing The Procedure

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Gynaecomastia Risks

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If you are considering a male breast reduction with liposuction, you must be informed about the gynaecomastia risks accompanying this surgical procedure. Even though cosmetic surgeons aim to reduce the gynaecomastia risks for patients, complications can never be ruled out completely.

There are some things patients can do themselves to reduce the gynaecomastia risks of complications after a male breast reduction with liposuction procedure. Below, you will find information on how to prepare for a male breast reduction with liposuction surgery, and how you can avoid complications after this surgery has been completed.

How to Do to Prepare for a Male Breast Reduction with Liposuction Procedure?

To prepare for a male breast reduction with liposuction treatment, the patient must have a consultation with an experienced cosmetic surgeon. During this consultation, you can discuss with your surgeon what you could expect from the surgery. The surgeon will also evaluate your medical history and any medications you might be taking.

Patients should always report all medications they are taking to the cosmetic surgeon; this also includes herbal remedies. Some medications can interfere with your recovery, so reporting them ahead of time is essential. If you are taking medications that could interfere with your recovery, the surgeon will recommend stopping those medications, or will provide the patient with suitable alternatives.

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Do I Need a Follow-Up After My Male Breast Reduction with Liposuction Procedure?

Every patient should get a follow-up appointment after their procedure; this to make sure that the patient is healing properly and there are no signs of complications. The time of your follow-up appointment may vary from clinic to clinic. Some surgeons prefer to see their patients a couple of days after the surgery, while some surgeons will wait more than a week for the follow-up appointment.

Since the time for your follow-up appointment may vary, it is essential to speak to your clinic about your follow-up appointment before your procedure takes place. Also, if your follow-up appointment is not due for the next couple of days, and you believe you may be suffering from a complication, be sure to contact your clinic for an emergency appointment.


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Do I Have to Stay in the Clinic After My Procedure?

Most patients can leave the clinic on the same day of the procedure. However, this does depend on the anaesthetic used during lipo. When the patient had the procedure under a general anaesthetic, they must remain in the clinic for an additional 3-hour post-operative observation.

During the post-operative observation, the medical team will monitor the patient’s blood pressure, since the patient can only leave the clinic if he has a good pressure that is stable during the post-operative observation.

The medical team will also monitor any side-effects during the post-operative observation, more specifically side-effects that could point to complications. 

What Common Side-Effects & Gynaecomastia Risks Should I Be Aware Of?

Surgical procedures can cause common side-effects; this includes general discomfort, bruising and swelling. These side-effects will be monitored and managed with a compression garment and pain management medication.

In addition to the usual side-effects of a liposuction procedure, patients should also be aware of seromas. A seroma is a collection of lymph fluid in the treatment area and can occur after liposuction. Even though the cosmetic surgeon drains the treated area before the procedure ends, lymph fluids can remain in the treated area. The severity of this problem may vary from patient to patient.

A seroma is usually not a life-threatening problem, but does need to be handled. In most cases, the excess fluid will drain from the treatment area the first few days after the surgery. However, if a large amount of fluid remains, the surgeon can remove it with small cannulas or a syringe.

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When Can I Resume My Normal Activities After Lipo Surgery?

Returning to your normal activities is subject to the time it takes for you to heal. Shortly after your surgery, the surgeon will tell you to avoid strenuous activities. It is important to follow these instructions, since doing strenuous activities before the wound is healed could cause some serious complications.

Patients are advised to do some light walking after the procedure; this could prevent serious complications such as blood clots. Therefore, it is advised not to lay in bed all day, since this increases the chance of post-operative complications.

If you have a physically demanding job, you may have to take extra time off before returning to work. If you are unsure whether it is safe for you to resume your job or not, please contact the clinic that executed your procedure for more information and advice.

Is It Safe to Fly in an Airplane?

Unless the cosmetic surgeon states otherwise, it is safe for patients to fly after their lipo procedure. However, cosmetic surgeons advise again sitting down for prolonged periods, so flying on a commercial plane for several hours might not be the best idea.

If you are planning a long trip via plane of car, please make sure you can do some walking from time to time. By doing slight movement, you can prevent the formation of blood cloths and its dangerous consequences.

Where Can I Obtain More Information about Post-Operative Care?

Vital information about post-operative care is always provided to the patient before the procedure takes place. The patient will also be informed about the gynaecomastia risks of the procedure and must sign a consent form stating they are fully aware of the gynaecomastia risks.

Still, even with the information provided, patients can still have some questions regarding post-operative care before the procedure takes place. Patients can also have questions during their recovery, therefore it is important to choose a good clinic with a staff that is willing to answer all these questions.

To get more information about post-operative care for liposuction procedures, please contact the Dr Lanzer Clinic via email, telephone or the website enquiry form. Our receptionists will be more than willing to provide you with your requested information.


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