I had the SmartLipo procedure a little less than 2 weeks ago. I feel great, and am not feeling any more soreness. However, aside from some normal bruising that I have, I also feel some lumps on the areas that I had done. I'm probably just being paranoid...but would still like to make sure that this is normal. Also, I was advised to massage the areas that I had done. Is that really helpful?
I too have recently had smart lipo. This is my second time. I also had lumps both times. I found that they completely dissapear over time. I cant remember how long it took but I had the proceedure for the first time a year ago and I have no lumps now in the ares I had done then. As for the massaging I suppose it helps break the lumps down and helps circulation in the areas worked on. I have to say I hated massaging these areas and still do but I try to do it because of the benefits.
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