So, it seems that the rumor going around Hollywood now is that female stars are doing a 2-for-1 special when they are delivering their babies. E Online recently answered a fan’s questions about whether stars are really opting to get tummy tucks along with their c-sections in part so that they can be red carpet ready at presumably impossible speeds. The article goes on to tell about many celebrity moms who have scheduled their c-sections in advance as opposed to giving birth the old fashioned way. An interviewed doctor states that selective c-sections and tummy tucks performed in unison are rather dangerous, though, and that the risk of infection sky rockets.
The important thing to remember in any medical procedure is that you have choices. Perhaps the reason that stars seem to get back into shape so quickly after delivery is because they do riskier things than many women would, given the fishbowl lives they lead. Also, celebrities have greater ability to afford these types of procedures than the average mom. They might also have greater accessibility to Board Certified Tummy Tuck Surgeons than the average person.
One reason that many women may choose to have both procedures done at the same time could be for cost effectiveness. The cost of a tummy tuck could be quite expensive and they differ from state to state. Many people want to get the most bang for their buck. Many people may also feel that having 1 all-inclusive procedure might be safer than being anesthetized twice. There are lots of safety issues to consider before choosing to have any type of surgery. If getting a tummy tuck seems like the right option for you, I have learned that there are safe and more cost effective ways to get that body you are dreaming of, while researching for this article.
Here are some things that you might want to consider that I got from this
- Types of tummy tucks and how potentially invasive each procedure is.
- Potential risk of infection. You want to fully research the subject and available doctors and find the solution that works best for you. Make sure you find a doctor that is US Board Certified.
- Do you have someone to take care of you during the healing process?
- Are you emotionally ready for surgery?
- Will your job let you take time off for this procedure?
In the end, every woman needs to do what is best for them.