CoolSculpting pain. (photos)
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CoolSculpting and Late Onset Pain
Delayed onset pain
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It is possible to have itching and swelling later with Coolsculpting. The photos are a close up of an area that you are scratching and difficult to interpret. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
Side effects of CoolSculpting
her several side effects that you need to be aware of when considering the cool sculpting procedure. The most common side effects tend to be numbness, swelling, bruising and itching. Approximately 5 to 7 days after the treatment, it is possible to get delayed onset pain. He can be described as extreme sensitivity, or a burning sensation which can be quite uncomfortable. It has been likened to the pain of shingles. There are options to treat this pain even though it will subside on its own and approximately 1 to 2 weeks. Medications such as lyrica, gabapentin or topical anesthetic Lidoderm patches can mitigate the discomfort and hasten recovery. For some reason, the most common location tends to be the abdomen region. Then you're cool advantage handpiece is supposed to have decreased frequency of this delayed onset pain however this has not been proven in studies.
It is best to consult your provider to get help in dealing with the pain. The swelling both settle down and another one to two weeks.
All the bestDr Soni
Pain after CoolSculpting
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