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Liposuction Compression Garments

Talk about all types of liposuction procedures, as well as alternative body shaping treatments, including Smartlipo, Vaser, Titan, CoolLipo, Mesotherapy, Lipodissolve, Velasmooth, and more.

Re: Stage 2 zippered garment

Postby HEATHLEIGH21 » Thu Jan 08, 2009 7:57 pm

cgorman wrote:I believe my Doctor ordered me a stage 2 garment right away. I never went into a stage 1. Im looking to order another one of them but I cant find it anywhere. its a design veronique above the knee stage 2 with a front zipper. I cant seem to find any stage 2 garments that have zippers. The reason I beleive its stage 2 is it has the extra panels on the inner and outter thigh. Can anyone tell me where I can find this?

I ordered the stage 2 non zippered but I could not get it over my hips, it was so painful and I ordered the proper size but the waste is just too small to fit over my hips


I thought that too, I thought when starting to put it on there was NO way it was going on, but I after about 10 min of cinching it up got it on and now it actually doesnt seem all that tight at all, like it should be tighter and more supportive than it is. but its much more comfy than my other so this will do for now. now I need to order another and not sure if I should wait a couple weeks to see if I drop into the next size down or not. I dont like only having one..
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Postby susanf1021 » Sat Apr 25, 2009 6:47 pm

Has anyone NOT worn a compression girdle? I find this to be the most painful part of this whole recovery and am thinking about scrapping it.
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Re: Liposuction Compression Garments

Postby timothy.m » Thu Dec 23, 2010 5:42 pm

I'm noticing that people are having problems with getting the right size when it comes to compression garments. Most of the compression garments we have range from size XS-3XL. A good example is a brand we carry called Isavela. Check it out here: http://www.makemeheal.com/mmh/product/compression_garments/isavela/index.vm

The garments are constructed with a high performance comprexx tecsheen fabric, which means they are very durable. The fabric is also breathable, lightweight and feels silky smooth to your skin- which is very helpful during your healing process.

If you have any questions about what garment(s) to choose from, feel free to contact us- we will be more than happy to assist you.
Here is the link: http://www.makemeheal.com/contactus/index.php
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Re: Liposuction Compression Garments

Postby greymatter » Sat Sep 17, 2011 7:15 pm

can be painful or uncomfortable at first but necessary
ImageThe Healer :)
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Re: Liposuction Compression Garments

Postby susanwilson028 » Tue May 22, 2012 1:31 am

Garment is very much important,in relieving the pain after the procedure and of course, to protect the area away from any harmful bacteria since it is prone to contamination if we use an ordinary clothing.
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