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tummy tuck photos day 1 post-op, swell-hell

This is for all of you sick people who have asked me to put up photos :)

So these photos are day 1 post-op revision tummy tuck and a tiny bit of liposuction (2 litres).

My husband actually was the first to suggest that I put these photos on my blog!! My first thought was “maybe, if I’d had a spray tan”. But I saw Christine McQueen today (what kind of VIP is she to get me in the office on a Sunday, day 3 post tummy tuck revision surgery? -about that in a later blog). And Christine said I can’t be a real blogger about this stuff unless I give my all, so here is my all, people:

the binder and garment

the binder and garment

help!! tummy tuck day 1 post-op










Dr Naomi XXX


  1. l.brabant l.brabant
    May 8, 2011    

    It looks very painful but nice, smooth and very flat- just how we like that tummy area to be.

  2. heidi.leeming heidi.leeming
    May 9, 2011    

    Your soo brave! Looks v ouch but great result. I know beauty is pain but your threshold is much higher than mine :)

  3. Dr Naomi Dr Naomi
    May 10, 2011    

    thanks guys, getting there……..

  4. alvispetter alvispetter
    July 20, 2011    

    There are always risks to surgery, and one of the downsides of accumulation procedures is a best time in the operating allowance and a potentially added complicated recovery if there are problems with either surgery.

    Tummy Tuck

    February 21, 2012    

    Its looks very sore and painful , im looking into getting mine done and was getting scared,but when i saw your pictures it put me at ease yours looks great already would loive to see your results now and was it worth it you must look amazing now.

    • February 22, 2012    

      Hi Leanne,
      My results are awesome. I do want to put them up in my blog, but I’m doing a post with my before and after weight loss pictures, and I’m struggling to get to the “after” :( So wish me luck and will power and hopefully you’ll get to see them soon. Fair enough to be scared, it’s not for the faint-hearted. Good luck if you decide to go ahead. XXX

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