Can excessive bleeding occur after abdominoplasty
The tummy tuck is a body remodeling procedure that aims to remove the abdominal apron made of saggy skin and excess fat to achieve a firmer and more toned abdominal area. Many times. the tummy tuck is performed with liposuction to deliver better results and sculpt the body furthermore.
Generally speaking, the tummy tuck procedure targets both men and women of different ages who want to get rid of the unpleasant appearance of their abdomen. The abdominal apron doesn’t occur only in people who are overweight or obese; it can also develop after multiple pregnancies due to loose abdominal muscles and even with the natural aging process.
Just like any other plastic surgery procedure, the tummy tuck is also associated with certain risks and complications that can occur during or after the operation. To avoid these risks or to minimize them, the plastic surgeon will give you a list of recommendations even during the pre-operative consultation. The patient’s behavior before undergoing the procedure, as well as after, is essential for both the success of the surgery and avoiding severe complications.
One of the complications that can occur after surgery is excessive bleeding. This complication can also happen after a tummy tuck, especially considering the fact that the procedure requires long incisions and the tissues of the lower part of the abdomen are sometimes sectioned from hip to hip. This is a complication that can pose a real danger to the wellbeing of the patient, and the plastic surgeon will give you instructions on how it can be avoided.
An important thing that you can do to minimize the risk of excessive bleeding is to avoid taking anti-inflammatory medication, especially medication containing aspirin, for at least two weeks before the procedure. This medication works as an anti-coagulant and it can trigger excessive bleeding. Moreover, you should also avoid natural supplements and even herbal tea infusions with certain plants that are also known for their anticoagulant properties. This is an important step in the preparation to undergo plastic surgery, so make sure to discuss it with your plastic surgeon and let him know if you are currently taking any medication.
Excessive bleeding can also occur post-op if the patient doesn’t follow the protocol. For the first few days after the tummy tuck, the recommendation is to take things slowly and avoid intense physical activities. Even something as simple as lifting a grocery bag off the floor can trigger pain and also wound opening that could lead to bleeding.
Excessive bleeding occurring after plastic surgery can delay the recovery process and trigger other unwanted complications. Make sure to contact your plastic surgeon immediately if you are confronted with bleeding after returning home from the procedure.
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