Ideal Precautionary Measures after the Brazilian Butt Augmentation
It is unbearable to think that you only desire to have a good butt shape but the sacrifices you are dealing with are life-threatening. There are some cases to which this things will affect the thinking of an individual who wanted to have Brazilian Butt Lift but is afraid to have it because of the underlying complications that may occur if the operation is not successful or the proper regimen after the procedure were not properly executed. This is one of the common misconceptions of everyone regarding the Brazilian Butt Augmentation. To prevent complications, it is better to follow the measures needed after a successful butt augmentation.
Plastic surgeon who performs the Brazilian Butt Augmentation provides home care and postoperative instruction after the Brazilian Butt Lift surgery. Among these instructions are involving the family members and significant others who are responsible and of legal age. An adult must assist the client who undergone the procedure in terms of transportation. Any public utility that provides transportation is not permitted since in some case that are emergency, it will be easier for the client to go back in the hospital with hassles and delays.
It is also advisable for the client who undergone Brazilian Butt Augmentation to have a responsible adult who will stay with the client for the entire night after the surgery until the following morning. If the clients are having several procedures other than Brazilian Butt Lift, the client should need someone to assist them with their daily activities pertaining to physiologic needs for about one to two days following after the surgery.
The client should avoid making any major decisions or involving themselves in any activities that will require judgment within twenty-four hours after the Brazilian Butt Lift because the effects of the anesthetic agents used in the procedure alters the central nervous system of the client’s body. In order for the client to have a good sound of heal after the Brazilian Butt Augmentation, it is advisable that the client avoid sitting or lying down on your back for about three weeks after the surgery. The client should either stand or lie on her/his abdomen for three weeks’ time. Sitting is allowed only if you are using the bathroom.
Avoid driving and working for at least three weeks. The workload will depends upon the healing process; the restrictions may be needed for even longer times based on the extent of the surgery performed to the client. Avoid any forms of activities that can possibly cause pain or discomfort after the Brazilian Butt Augmentation. The client is encouraged to ambulate around the house. This will aid the client to prevent formation of blood clots in the legs. The client should move or pump the legs frequently while lying down. This is to avoid blood clot from developing. Wear the support stockings for about five days after the Brazilian Butt Lift surgery or until fully active.
Exercise will be possible for six weeks after the surgery without restrictions after three months. Any Butt Implants will feel very firm initially for situation such as sitting on the rocks and then it softens over several months. Most of the implants can be palpated by the client or someone, especially when this are placed below the fascia layer of the butt. To prevent pulmonary complications, it is advisable for the client to use incentive spirometer every hour if awake for five days after the surgery or until the client is fully active. This is an important measure to avoid pneumonia or possible collapse of the lungs.
Few days after the Brazilian Butt Augmentation, the client can resume the activities gradually, since you may feel tired and fatigue during this time. The client is informed to expect pain for the first twenty-four hours after the surgery. It is prescribe to the client to take the pain medication or analgesics before the condition worsen. Hygienically speaking, the client is allowed to take shower but avoid using bathtub. The client must take all the needed medications as instructed postoperatively. Taking of medications such as aspirins and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents is allowed usually for about seven days after the surgery.
The client should be drinking enough fluids (8-10 glasses per day) for the first week after the surgery to keep them hydrated. It is important to contact the surgeon if the client were not able to urinate for six hours after the surgery. A compression garment will be used and the client will need to wear it for three to six weeks. Drains will be placed to remove excess bloody drainage from the buttock.