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1.were to get a good compression garment?, 2.what's the difference stage 1 or 2 ,recommend?
Compression Garment

liposuction: upper and lower back, full stomach, alittle on inner middle thigh, fat transfer on rear.
Need: upper strap back around chest out..full -body to above knee,open crotch,no zipper (heard was very uncomfortable) open rear cut out..post
surgery compression garment
.I appreciate it.thank you for all your help..

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Miami, FL
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December 30, 2014 2:51 AM

Always BEST to follow your chosen surgeon's recommendations. Otherwise here on MakeMeHeal offers great garments with full explanations!!! (more)
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Svalen
  Where to get a good compression garment
November 15, 2016 2:42 PM

Colombiam Fajas are the best. Yo can buy and chose from the vast variety at: www.valenaccessories.com. They carry the best postsurgery compresssion garments from Colombia


Svalen
  Stage 1 and stage2
November 15, 2016 2:36 PM

Stage 1 is a garment in medium compression to be wear righ after surgery for about 2. Weeks an stage 2 is a garment with high comprssion to be wear after 2 weeks of your surgery. You can buy post surgery compression garments at: Fajas MyD Svalen


BabydollPremium
  Colombian Fajas are the best
May 25, 2016 10:12 PM

Colombian's Compression garments are the best so far. There are several brands & keep in mind they all run different is best you contact websites that specialized in Fajas, I got mine from www.allaboutshapewear.com I got the Fajas Dprada 11066 I love it because it gives me three levels of compression on the abdominal area & is short. This is a stage 2 garment which is use 2-3 days after surgery to stay compress & helps to bring down the inflammation. Good luck


BabydollPremium
  Colombian Fajas are the best
May 25, 2016 10:12 PM

Colombian's Compression garments are the best so far. There are several brands & keep in mind they all run different is best you contact websites that specialized in Fajas, I got mine from www.allaboutshapewear.com I got the Fajas Dprada 11066 I love it because it gives me three levels of compression on the abdominal area & is short. This is a stage 2 garment which is use 2-3 days after surgery to stay compress & helps to bring down the inflammation. Good luck



 



 

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