Ever since I was a kid, I had problems with my hips and thighs. I remember an embarrassing moment in gym class when a classmate of mine, a boy, asked if I could manage to jump high enough, seeing that I was carrying really "heavy weights" and pointed down at my thighs, which admittedly, were fighting to burst free from the confines of my jogging pants. No amount of diet and exercise really did it for me. I had tried most of the "revolutionary" workouts and machines and they stayed just the same, fat and ungainly. So I decided to try SmartLipo. And lo and behold, it actually worked.
The doctor and his team were very professional and explained really well what was going to happen, how they were going to do it, and how I will feel during and after the procedure. The doctor showed me the handheld device he was going to use on me and remarked that the needle is very thin and small, and it will emit a laser beam that will melt away the fat cells under my skin. I underwent an assessment also, to see if I was physically fit enough to qualify, without any current sickness or disease. After that, I got scheduled and was all set.
The doctor administered local anesthesia. I admit I didn't look; I don't like needles too much. But it didn't hurt at all, just a slight prick. Then the actual procedure began. Surprisingly enough, it didn't hurt as well. I kept imagining the fat being zapped away by the trusty laser beams of my good doctor as I lay there for 2 hours. Afterwards, I got wrapped in bandages that were to stay put for a week or two.
When the anesthesia wore off, I got a little dizzy and felt some pain in my thighs. But it was nothing that I couldn't handle; I put myself through torture before with all the exercises I had done to get these babies smaller. I was even able to go to work the next day and go about as normally as before. My bandages came off a week and half later and now, six weeks after the procedure, my thighs are perfect. Perfect. Now, no pair of shorts is too short for me.