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Dr. Cat Begovic  ๐Ÿ˜ท Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Beverly Hills ๐Ÿ‘“ Harvard & UCLA grad ๐Ÿ’• Wife, Mom, Publisher, creator of MD GLAM ๐Ÿ“ฒ (310)858-8808 ๐Ÿ‘ป: beautybydrcat


Plastic Surgery before or after the pregnancy?ย In general, with any cosmetic procedure, especially when it comes to body contouring, it is best that your weight is stable before proceeding with surgery. Therefore I tell patients who want to get liposuction or an abdominoplasty that they should wait several months after having their baby. There is no harm to the baby or the patient to having these surgeries before pregnancy, however, because of weight fluctuations and body changes that occur with pregnancy, they may need a second procedure later. The same thing holds for breast surgery, especially if you are thinking of having a breast lift or reduction. Because the breasts expand and then deflate after pregnancy, you may need to have your lift revised after pregnancy depending on how your body changes. For breast implants, the shape may hold through pregnancy, but it really depends on your anatomy. I know many women who happened to get pregnant just after they had implant surgery and in most cases they retained a nice shape. Of course, you should expect that your breasts will expand greatly with pregnancy on top of the increase from the implants. For other procedures of the face like rhinoplasty, eyelid, or brow lifts, the anatomy varies less with pregnancy so it wouldnโ€™t be a problem to have the surgery before pregnancy. (Note: NOT a recent photo of me ๐Ÿ˜‡)
#pregnancy #plasticsurgery @surgeon

It's important to learn to stop getting distracted by things that have nothing to do with your goals. Always stick to being a girl who turns her dreams into reality. How? Doesn't matter. Just work harder.

You owe yourself the love that you so freely give to other people. Encourage yourself, heal yourself, believe in yourself, respect yourself, love yourself. There will always be someone who can't see your worth but never let that person be you. @mymdglam #mdglam

Some nights you just don't want to end. ๐Ÿ’“#mullhollanddrive

When two people are in love nothing is impossible, except deciding where to eat. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜˜ @binais

Tough, long, but productive week coming to an end. All I wish is a colorful, happy, and joyful weekend full or rainbows, unicorns, and sparkle for all of you and me. Thank you for all the love - it helps me get through the week. You guys are the best. Have a good one ๐Ÿ’–

OMG so true ๐Ÿ˜‚

Once upon at time, I was a little girl who promised myself to achieve extraordinary things. I knew that education was a privilege and I never thought that I deserved something great if I just put in ordinary work. I enjoyed the process of working hard and the feeling of learning and accomplishment. The best thing I've learned from studying is not the knowledge, but the importance of getting into the habit of doing something you may not truly enjoy but you know it will change your life for the better. Staying up late at night, setting your alarm early, reading that extra page, doing that extra project - the extra effort you put in matters. Never set limits. Go after big dreams but be prepared to pay your dues.

It's ok if life knocks you down. You lost a battle, not yourself. But when you stand back up, make sure to unleash a side of you that will blind them by its sparkle. Dr. Cat

Many patients ask me when they can workout after surgery. Although the exact time frame varies slightly from surgery to surgery, there are some general guidelines. Patients should start light walking immediately after surgery โ€“ nothing strenuous, just short walks around the room or home every other hour. This is good for the circulation and helps prevent blood clots. After two weeks, patients can start more strenuous cardio such as walking on a treadmill, or walking uphill. At a month most patients can resume most exercise except heavy lifting if they have had a tummy tuck. At six weeks, patients are generally completely healed and can resume all exercises. After breast augmentation with implants under the muscle, I recommend patients try to avoid strenuous chest exercise. As a general rule I also tell patients to listen to their bodies โ€“ if they do something that causes swelling or discomfort, stop doing it and give it a little more time. @surgeon #plasticsurgery

Happy Monday everyone. A lot of times we feel unhappy with where we are in life but that is often just because we imagine where we want to be and want that so badly. Stop worrying about how and when it's going to happen and start believing that it will at the right time. Just know that where you are right now in the journey is exactly where you are supposed to be. Don't stop enjoying the moment or finding joy in every part of the process. Where you are right now is either a product of your growth or a place that will help you grow more. Embrace today and get excited about tomorrow. Have an amazing week ahead. Dr. Cat

Late Saturday visit to this cool book store with my mini me @layla

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