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Phosphatidylcholine injections are one of the modern alternatives to liposuction for eliminating fat accumulations in one’s body.
The effect these molecules have on the body is lipolysis, which is the breaking down of fat cells responsible for transporting fat. The fat is then gradually eliminated from the body.
What is phosphatidylcholine
Phosphatidylcholine is a special type of phospholipid, that is, a lipid within which phosphates are present.
Its peculiarity is due to its ability in dealing with localized fat concentrations.
Although it is a substance that has been known for a long time, its use in aesthetic body medicine to reduce adiposity is rather recent.
How lipolysis works with phosphatidylcholine
“The lipolysis process aims to eliminate fat concentrations that cannot be removed through diet or exercise. Phosphatidylcholine injections are used to implement this process, breaking down localized fat cells.
In addition to phosphatidylcholine, the solution contains deoxycholic acid, which alters the phospholipid balance of fat cells, leading to their death. After this occurs, phosphatidylcholine dissolves the fat into small emulsions that are then eliminated from the body.”
What I need to know before undergoing treatment
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“Before undergoing lipolysis treatment with phosphatidylcholine, it is necessary to consider certain factors. You must be an ideal candidate for this procedure, meaning you should not be significantly overweight and should lead a healthy lifestyle.
If you have large amounts of fat, it is recommended to consider surgical options such as liposuction or liposculpture.
The first step is to see a doctor for an evaluation of the treatment areas and potential results.
Once the procedure is agreed upon, the patient must sign an informed consent form and the doctor will mark the injection sites.
Only then will the injections be performed, using a needle and syringe approximately 2 cm apart.
Before the injections, anti-coagulants and anti-inflammatory medication should not be taken. Medications may be prescribed after the injections.”
Features of lipolysis with phosphatidylcholine
More than one session may be needed to achieve the goals agreed upon with your treating physician. In general, depending on the area that needs to be treated, the required sessions could be just 3 or even 10.
Each session, which has a maximum duration of half an hour, is performed a few days after the previous one.
It is possible to highlight the occurrence of side effects after phosphatidylcholine injections. In particular, the two main effects are pain and swelling, which will last 2 or 3 days at most.
In addition, some patients could see the appearance of local redness and itching. Even in these cases, these are limited symptoms.
To relieve these sensations, it may be helpful to try cold compresses on the areas where the injections were performed.