IM 7 WEEKS Post from a FULL TUMMYTUCK and CHEST excesion and still swollen. My qustion is i notice aboce swelling and side of body next to chest ifi grab it there si a little flab of loose skin that wasnt there before. I know he did liposuction with it... but they wernt there before? is this because swellign is going down and if it is WILL IT TIGHTIN back up? BASICALLY IN THE UPPER AB AREA UNDER CHEST AND SIDE OF CHEST !!! IM ALSO HAVING a uneven stomach in the swellign is this normal? ALSO IT HAS STRETCH MARK LINEING ON IT? please someone advise me thanks
I POSTED PICTURES APON AWAKEING IN THE MORNING AND PICHING IT !
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