Some fillers require a patch test to be done first to make sure the patient is not allergic to the material. There is no medical evidence to suggest that people with autoimmune diseases should not or can not use fillers.
Can People with Autoimmune Diseases Have Fillers, if No, Why Not?
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There is no medical evidence to suggest otherwise
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