Side Effects of Lipodissolve and Mesotherapy
Few websites mention all of the dangers, side effects, and risks associated with “safe” treatment methods. During the next few minutes, take some time to read over some common problems associated with these procedures, and learn whether they are really right for you.
It is important to note that most of these apply to more than one procedure, since they are so similar. We will briefly touch on each, and mention how they apply to Lipodissolve and/or mesotherapy in particular.
Swelling, redness, burning, and tenderness are the most common result of Lipodissolve or mesotherapy. For most people, they do not last long, and tend to go away completely within just a week or two. Bruising is also common, although less so than the other possible side effects.
Inflammation can also happen, but this is very rare in either case. Warm/cold compresses usually work wonders, especially when combined with ibuprofen or acetaminophen. If the problem persists or is coupled with a fever over 101, you should contact your healthcare provider right away, because this can be a sign of infection. Infections happen very rarely, and can usually be treated with antibiotics.
In the smallest minority possible, death or very serious complications can be a result of mesotherapy and/or Lipodissolve. This is why it is so important to talk to your doctor before choosing this type of procedure. A doctor will be able to tell you whether you are a good candidate for these treatments, and will know what complications (if any) you are most likely to experience.
Not everyone is a good match for even less invasive treatment options such as these. While running to plastic surgery is not necessarily the best alternative, it can be more suitable for some people, since mesotherapy and Lipodissolve involve injecting substances into the body. For most, at-home remedies and natural solutions are best.