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Old February 22nd, 2006, 02:23 AM posted to alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-fat
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I just read this article and am pleased since I was considering going to
see a doctor about getting it done,
http://www.ksby.com/home/headlines/2323936.html.

I lost some weight and I have been going back and forth whether to go
for a consultation for Thermage for about six months now. I have a fear
of doctors, so I was very happy to read this. Thermage looks a great
solution for us ladies who have hanging fat. I much prefer a 30 minute
procedure with little to no downtime over a surgical one.

Kristine
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Old February 22nd, 2006, 08:37 PM posted to alt.support.diet,alt.support.diet.low-fat
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Kristine wrote in
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I just read this article and am pleased since I was considering going to
see a doctor about getting it done,
http://www.ksby.com/home/headlines/2323936.html.

I lost some weight and I have been going back and forth whether to go
for a consultation for Thermage for about six months now. I have a fear
of doctors, so I was very happy to read this. Thermage looks a great
solution for us ladies who have hanging fat. I much prefer a 30 minute
procedure with little to no downtime over a surgical one.

Kristine


I read the article, thanks for the post. I did a little bit of research on
Thermage. The procedure has been around for some time and they have it in
several different countries. Apparently there is no downtime, you go in for
one treatment for 30 to 90 minutes and you are set. You can also use it on
the face, but I would think that doctors prepare settings differently if
you were getting work done on your face and/or arms. It sounds like a great
advancement. Good luck on your decision, I am also afraid of doctors but
some times we have to bite the bullet for beauty.

**Annie**
 




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