Thank you for question. It is difficult to give you an answer without any photos. However, it is common to have some itchiness, redness and swelling after microneedling treatment. If you still have concerns follow up with your treating physician.
Had microneedling 2 days ago. Extreme swelling and itching. I am more concerned with swelling. Is this normal?
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Micro-needling is performed at my practice and the patients are red and swollen post treatment. I would suggest going to see your Dr. who performed the procedure since it is "extreme" swelling and itching that you describe. Without a picture, it's difficult to guess the severity. Swelling, itching, and redness is typical for a few days but is always best to see your Dr. to be sure. Good luck!
Microneedling- Swelling and Itching
Hello and thank you for your question. Itching and swelling, along with redness and are common after a microneedling treatment. I would always recommend microneedling be done with PRP for best results and quicker healing. By day 3 the swelling and itching should start to decrease. It is hard to determine exactly what your experiencing without photos. Best to you, Dr Faraz
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