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GMtz1970
2 years ago
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Tummy/Butt Augmentation

Hello I am 48 years old. Gave birth to three children; two vaginally and one C-Section. In 2015, I was diagnosed with diabetes type 2 and in 2018 I was also diagnosed with hypothyroidism. I am interested in having a tummy tuck and butt augmentation. Can you please give me any advice as to how I should prepare myself; health wise. Please help.

Procedure: Mommy Makeover
Location: Winter Haven, FL

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Frank Agullo
ASPS Surgeon
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Knowing that you have diabetes and hypothyroidism, the most important thing to do is to have both well controlled. If they are both well-controlled, then the risks involved with the procedure are the same as in a healthy patient. You could seek out a plastic surgery consultation as well to see if you are a good candidate for the procedure. Every surgeon differs, but I recommend a BMI below 32.

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Jacob Gerzenshtein
ASPS Surgeon

I'd need a bit more information to get an idea of how to proceed. What is your height and weight? What is your HgbA1C? Both procedures carry risk, especially in the face of poorly controlled diabetes but buttock augmentation involves a foreign body (implant itself), which makes it more prone to complications.

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Edward Domanskis

You should try and lose any weight you want to lose prior to surgery though I need to have enough fat to take from different locations to be able to process and place into buttock.

Dr. Edward Jonas Domanskis is Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery

Newport Beach, San Francisco,Miami, EU, Anguilla

Assistant Clinical Professor of SurgeryWOS-Plastic,University of California (Irvine)

Orange County’s Physician of Excellence/America’s Top Physicians/Top Doctors

Plastic Surgery- 2005-2018

President,American Society of Bariatric Plastic Surgeons

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Jon Harrell
ASPS Surgeon

First the diabetes and thyroid issues have to be in good control. Weight should be stable and BMI should be in an acceptable range. Your surgeon will request appropriate lab work as well. A healthy diet and an exercise regimen will be helpful as well. Best of Luck Dr Harrell

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