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Bilateral thing lift ok after inner thigh


I lost 250 lbs 12 years ago. I finally got a thigh lift but apparently the wrong kind ? ..or maybe they had to start there cause I had so much skin. The pulled skin side to side with inner groin incision and some lipo on knees and but it didn't do much for top side of my thigh which is still saggy a bit, and and my chunky mishappen knees. I'm very sad because I thought I could get some normal knees/thighs enough to wear shorts but I feel gyped. Have you ever heard of this happening, and possibly adding a bilateral lift fom top of leg to smooth this out?

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docblinski


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Miami, FL
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January 16, 2014 3:58 AM

YES! But over the internet impossible to advise... Best to seek opinions in person... (more)
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