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Thigh pain and pain in right side when undergoing VLCC tummy tuck treatment. Is it okay?

hi, this is present my weight is 78. i am going through vlcc tummy tuck treatment....when i am going through treatment especially in vibrations my nerves are getting pain on thighs and during through tummy massage i am getting pain on right side and getting it good for me to go this age is 25...i have marriage on next month..i am seriously in dilemma whether i will have any complications through pregnancy time...please help me out....
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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the discomfort and pain you are feeling will be mostly temporary.
it wont have any effects on internal organs and you wont have any problem during pregnancy .
safety wise all non surgical methods have no side effects . i dont know how will be the result of these kind of treatment . as there is no procedure other than surgical abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) which is effective and the definitive solution

dr prashant yadav
Answered: Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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