A British woman, identified to be a Ghanaian, with the name Diarra Akua Eunice Brown has passed on three days after going through liposuction surgery at a private clinic in Turkey, as reports indicate.
According to the sun.co.uk, the Twenty-eight years old lady who came from Wolverhampton, fell ill after she under went a follow up treatment to the surgical procedure. This sad story happened on October 22.
The operation, which took place in the suburb of Bahcelievler, Istanbul, was initially deemed successful.
This is because the lady only returned to the clinic three days after the liposuction for a routine check.
But unfortunately, the woman health suddenly deteriorated while the plastic surgeon was changing her dressing and died within hours, according to the news site Sabah.
WHAT IS LIPOSUCTION?
Liposuction is a technique in cosmetic surgery for removing excess fat from under the skin by suction.
Suction is also the production of a partial vacuum by the removal of air in order to force fluid into a vacant space.
Normally, after Liposuction, one would need about 5 to 7 days before you can return to work.
And additional 4 to 6 weeks before you can get back to physical activities, such as exercise.
A long-term recovery typically lasts three months in order to allow any swelling to reduce.
However, investigations reveals liposuction does not stop the build up of excess fat in a person's body.
One needs to maintain a good healthy lifestyle, so that excess fat doesn't build up again after the procedure.
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