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Having a Tummy Tuck. Will CC scar affect the healing of the tummy tuck scar ?

HI Doc I am having a Tummy Tuck in 3 days, i m 41yrs and have a child aged 11yrs, i had her though CC , what i would like to know is, will the CC scar affect the healing of the tummy tuck scar, infact when i had the CC operation it was all closed and healed 24hrs after and i had never had any pains or discomfort form it since, its very flat and invisble. And also about food and drinks what is best after Tummy Tuck? can i take some vitamins , proteins or mineral cupsules? Thanks You
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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Tummy tuck scar with old age having loose fascia, causing a bulge,
Yet they do not want or need a hip to hip incision.
For those patients, a Hybrid tummy tuck (TM) may offer a solution:
full fascial tightening, revision of the C section with a moderate removal of skin,
will give good result.,
no umbilical incision.
Because the umbilicus is tethered naturally,
specialized endoscopic equipment are need....
Answered: Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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