I have diabetes and thought the permanent loss of excess fat would help my situation. It was expensive, but I believed all the hype and went forward with the procedure. The doctor and assistants were nice enough. They ordered the wrong size compression garment and the results were not immediately obvious. After about 6 weeks, I started to notice a difference and eventually went down a size, just one. After 12 weeks I noticed my clothes were getting a little snug and then realized I suddenly had a blossoming bottom I didn't have before. Wherever I hadn't had the procedure was progressively getting fatter. The body lasted for about 8 months and even though I watched my diet, I kept getting bigger. It's been 18 months and I can no longer wear most of my clothes, including the ones I wore before the procedure. The permanent fat loss was not permanent. The areas I got treatment are now back to the way they were and I have the additional areas now to boot. This may be an isolated experience, but I doubt it. I no longer have my $7000, and now have extra fat and a closet full of clothes I can't wear.
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Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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