What is fat necrosis during fat transfer
Either you choose breast or butt augmentation, you will still experience fat transfer. Fat transfer is not that dangerous but still, you should know that it is not risk-free. Be aware of the possible risks associated with the surgery. If you are considering breast or butt enhancement, you should discuss first with your surgeon about your expectations and the risks that you might encounter with the method that the surgeon will be using.
Excessive bleeding, blood clotting, cellulite development, oil cyst development, fat embolism, scars, infection, discomfort, fluid imbalance and seroma and hematoma are just some of the risks associated with the fat transfer. On the other hand, there is something called fat necrosis which is linked to fat transfer.
In the medical world, necrosis is a term used to describe either a damaged tissue or a dead one. Undergoing breast or butt enhancement can cause damage to the fatty tissue. Fat necrosis can be presented as a lump and it often occurs after the surgery. So how can you determine whether you are experiencing a fat necrosis?
The symptoms are fluid discharge from the nipple, breast pain, discoloration, and lastly, nipple inversion or retraction, though the last one is not common. Take note that if you experience even one of the following after you undergo breast or butt augmentation, consult your surgeon right away.
Take note that if you experience even one of the following after you undergo breast or butt augmentation, consult your surgeon right away.