Liposuction Procedures Gone Awry
The fashion world has decreed that there just isn’t room for flabby abs, bulgy thighs, or love handles. And in response, droves of London citizens are turning to liposuction. With recent studies indicating a soaring growth trend in deaths due to liposuction complications, it’s now becoming critical that you know what you’re getting into before you make a potentially grave mistake. This blog will give you the skinny on why you shouldn’t take the risk.
Proof In The Numbers
In our previous blog: “Liposuction Dangers Make International Headlines,” we touched on several famous celebs who revealed the hard-hitting facts about their botched lipo procedures. Web MD recently divulged a report covering a “census survey” where more than 1,200 board-certified plastic surgeons were required to fill out a questionnaire asking about their experience with death due to liposuction procedures. So far, only 900 physicians actually responded, but the findings were absolutely staggering! 130 deaths were reported by the physicians. Not to mention, another study from an issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery indicated that the death rate caused by liposuction form the years 1994 to 1998 was higher in number than the national rate of motor-vehicle accidents!
If the previous info hasn’t already curbed your lipo enthusiasm, then perhaps Health Library’s story of Lake Tahoe woman, Leah Carlson, will. Leah Carlson, 42, of South Lake Tahoe, California lost 120 pounds, but still felt her hips and thighs were out of proportion, so she signed up for liposuction. Contrary to her doctor’s promises, Carlson’s first liposuction surgery did not produce noticeable results. “I was disappointed and the doctor was disappointed and completely confounded how he could have removed so much fat without any apparent change,” says Carlson. “A few months later he offered to do another surgery at no charge. He thought that since I’d lost so much weight, I may have accumulated very fibrous fat, and so he wanted to try a new tool he proclaimed had achieved excellent results,” Carlson says.
…The second liposuction procedure for Carlson proved an utter travesty.
“The surgeon used a cannula he wasn’t trained to use,” says Carlson. “My lymphatic and vascular systems were destroyed, causing the tissue in both inner thighs to die.” Eventually gangrene set in and Carlson was fighting for her life.
If you’re considering a liposuction procedure in London, Liverpool or Manchester, know the risks! Rather than leave your life to chance, try all-natural weight-loss alternatives that really work!! Don’t risk the perilous consequences!