The most common questions after a BBL surgery are “can I sit?” and “will it hurt if I sit?” The answer to both of these questions is, yes you can. This article will help you understand the importance of sitting post-bbl surgery.

Can You Sit After A BBL Surgery?

You should be able to resume your normal activities on day two or three, as long as they don’t involve any lifting over five pounds ~~ this includes sitting up straight in bed without pain. If there’s discomfort when trying to move about ~~ such as when changing positions while seated ~~ place extra pillows under the knees for support and elevation off the seat cushion until you feel comfortable again (usually within a few minutes).

Conclusion: ~~ The most common question after a BBL surgery is “can I sit?” And the answer to both of these questions, yes you can. This article will help you understand how important it is to be able to get up and move around post-bbl surgery. This content has been sponsored by Dr. Stacey Mulhare’s Clinic

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This is one of the most frequently asked questions we get from our patients. This question does have a clear answer, but it depends on how you want to sit and why you are sitting in the first place! We recommend that as soon as possible after surgery (within 24 hours) that patients try to be upright for short periods of time while propped up with pillows or cushions. In this position, they can rest their torso against an arm chair or sofa without straining any abdominal muscles. Patients should also avoid leaning over too far when reclining back- if necessary, put a pillow behind your back so you do not feel pressure on your stomach at all times during these activities.

We would like to remind everyone that sitting positions are different for everyone and that when people refer to “sitting,” they can be referring to a variety of things. For example, some patients will want to lean back in their recliner while others won’t because it causes too much pressure on the abdomen. In this case, leaning forward or propping up with cushions is recommended instead.

The best way to know what you should do is just talk with your doctor about how he/she wants you to sit after surgery he/she knows better than anyone else what position will work best!

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We would like to remind everyone that sitting positions are different for everyone and that when people refer to “sitting,” they can be referring to a variety of things. For example, some patients will want to lean back in their recliner while others won’t because it causes too much pressure on the abdomen. In this case, leaning forward or propping up with cushions is recommended instead. The best way to know what you should do is just talk with your doctor about how he/she wants you to sit after surgery- he/she can help guide you through what is best for your body!

o make sure that you are able to sit comfortably, we recommend the following:

-Be mindful of pressure on abdomen from leaning too far back in the chair. You may want to have someone prop up cushions behind your back while sitting so there is a little more space between yourself and the chair cushion. Another option would be to lean forward which will reduce any pressure put on abdominal area, but this might not always work depending on how much excess fat was removed during surgery. If it does hurt or feel uncomfortable when propped up with cushions or leaned forward then do what feels right for your recovery process and keep us informed as well! uring these activities, it will be important to maintain a good posture in order to avoid any unnecessary tension and stress of your abdominal muscles.

If you are not able to sit, then try lying down on either your back or stomach so that the pressure is off your abdomen for as long as possible while also maintaining proper postural alignment (posture). A great way would be with pillows under the head and knees if sitting up straight is too much at this time. Having these supports will help make sure that there isn’t any pain when trying to move around because bending can cause undue strain on the abdominal region which we don’t want! uring activity, remember: If something hurts, stop what you’re doing and come tell us about it so we can help make sure you are comfortable and safe as we work on your body.

If sitting is too difficult, try lying down with pillows under the head and knees to maintain a good posture uring activity, remember:

If something hurts, stop what you’re doing and come tell us about it so we can help make sure you are comfortable and safe as we work on your body. iving in this position for prolonged periods of time should be avoided because even though there isn’t any pressure from gravity acting upon the abdomen, laying like this will cause increased blood flow to go towards the head which may lead to lightheadedness or dizziness if done for long enough

You know that after surgery our surgeons recommend not being able to sit for a few weeks. The recliner chair is the best option to get you back up and around after surgery.”

If sitting is too difficult, try lying down with pillows under the head and knees to maintain a good posture uring activity, remember: If something hurts, stop what you’re doing and come tell us about it so we can help make sure you are comfortable and safe as we work on your body. iving in this position for prolonged periods of time should be avoided because even though there isn’t any pressure from gravity acting upon the abdomen, laying like this will cause increased blood flow to go towards the head which may lead to lightheadedness or dizziness if done for long enough You know that after surgery our bodies are going through a lot of healing and changes, which means that there is often discomfort as the body adjusts.” -If sitting is too difficult, try lying down with pillows under the head and knees to maintain a good posture uring activity, remember: If something hurts, stop what you’re doing and come tell us about it so we can help make sure you are comfortable and safe as we work on your body. iving in this position for prolonged periods of time should be avoided because even though there isn’t any pressure from gravity acting upon the abdomen, laying like this will cause increased blood flow to go towards the head which may lead to lightheadedness or dizziness if done for long enough You know that after surgery our bodies

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