I am considering a 360 lower body lift with butt help/implants or fat transfer. My question is to those that have had this surgery. How in heavens creation did you sit/lay/recline if your not suppose to be on your butt after surgery and you have stitches all around your body and drains. How do you position yourself to rest?
I had the auto-augmentation (where they fold the flap of tissue down to enhance the butt). I had no issues sleeping on my back or sitting down while I was recovering.
Laura in Texas
52 years old; 5'7" tall; HW: 339 (BMI=53); GW: 140 CW: 150 (BMI=24)
RNY: 09-17-08 Dr. Garth Davis
brachioplasty: 12-18-09 Dr. Wainwright; lbl/bl: 06-28-11 Dr. LoMonaco
"If what you're doing doesn't work, change what you're doing - don't complain that it doesn't work."
I also had auto-augmentation and was able to sit fine, but even at 4 weeks out my butt hurts if I sit more than 1-2 hours.
I had fat transfer to my breasts and they told me that I couldn't lay on them in bed for 3-4 weeks post surgery, to assure the most fat 'lived'. I've heard when they fat transfer to your butt, they give you a special seat cushion.
5'7" HW: 283 SW: 229 CW: 130-ish GW: 145
Pre-op: 53 M1: 22 M2: 12 M3: 12 M4: 8 M5: 10 M6: 11 M7: 5 M8: 6 M9-M13: 15-ish
LBL/BL w/ Fat Transfer 1/29/18
I had a lower body lift, butt auto-augmentation and breast lift in one (all day) surgery. I was able to lay on my back for recovery. I slept in my bed with a wedge pillow behind me. Sitting up was very painful for a few days due to the abdominal muscle tightening, but I never had any pain around my incisions - in fact my butt and breasts never hurt a bit. Those stomach muscles though! WOWZA! lol