Anal bleeding usually has nothing to do with laser liposuction. Rectal bleeding is most commonly due to hemorrhoids, but there are other serious conditions that can cause it. You will likely experience minor bruising and discomfort for several days after the procedure. If the laser area isn't properly cared for after the procedure, you may be at risk of infection and scarring.
In severe cases, blood clots may occur. One of the biggest risks of ultrasonic liposuction is the fact that it can cause blood clots. Judging by current global experience, liposuction is incredibly safe. Rare problems that can occur with any surgical procedure include infections, bleeding, skin sores, and nerve injuries.
The tumescent technique minimizes these risks. As far as we know, no deaths have been reported due to the use of the tumescent liposuction technique performed entirely with local anesthesia. As with any surgical procedure, liposuction is associated with certain common side effects, such as bruising, swelling, and temporary numbness. While skin irregularities may occur after liposuction, this side effect is minimized by tumescent liposuction with microcannulas.
When larger cannulas are used, there is a greater risk of occasional skin irregularities. When microcannulas are used, perceptible irregularities are rare. Laser liposuction describes the process of sculpting the body with a laser under the surface of the skin to melt fat and improve skin tightening. Blood loss also decreased because laser lipolysis coagulates blood vessels at the sites where the laser is applied.