Getting blisters. I can't wear pants. I've kept moist and cool but it hurts and looks awful! What do I do? Why is this? (Photo)
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Getting blisters. I can't wear pants. I've kept moist and cool but it hurts and looks awful! What do I do? Why is this?
Your pictures show a burn following your laser hair removal. I would recommend you call and get a hold of the supervising physician ASAP in order to initiate appropriate care to minimize the risk of scarring. Since you hadn't a different girl for your last treatment it is important to see the credentials of who is doing your treatment, Frequently you can also find physicians who perform the treatments themselves. You may pay a premium for this but most people would find that well worth it.
I hope this helps and good luck.
Burn with laser hair removal
it looks like a burn after laser which can be one of complication of laser . I highly suggest to get an appointment as soon as possible with their physician or medical director to address your concern
Contact Your Doctor For Burn Care
I suggest a formal consultation, you'll want to have appropriate treatment at this time. I can't speak for their office practices. It's best you contact them directly. Best, Dr. Emer.
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We can understand your concerns. A burn from laser hair removal is a possible complication, but it is not normal. Always make sure to check the credentials of the person performing your laser treatments. I recommend that you notify the office where this was done immediately and make an appointment with their supervising physician for a treatment plan to mitigate your injury
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