I had the procedure done by Dr. Weintraub exactly three weeks ago. Her office was conveniently located near my work in Palo Alto - and her staff (Jolie?) was super helpful in answering all my questions - like could I go back to work after the procedure (answer: yes, but many people like to schedule their Miradry for the afternoon so they can just go home and chill). I was emailed instructions for before and after, which was great.
The procedure itself was not as bad as I imagined (and I'm a bit of a weenie when it comes to needles). Dr. Weintraub put in the numbing medication very gently and I didn't feel a thing after that. Gigi (her staff helping her with the procedure) was super sweet and did a great job answering my last minute nervous questions about everything - she helped me get an ice pack on right away for the swelling. The whole thing took less than an hour.
I will admit the first day or two was a bit rough - sore and super swollen, even with the icing and Aleve. Luckily I just work on the computer all day, so going back to work was fine the next day - especially once I realized I wasn't sweating nearly as much as I usually do!
Three weeks out, most of the swelling has gone away (I don't feel like there are tennis balls in my armpits any more, LOL), and it's still feeling pretty dry. It felt incredibly weird *not* to apply my usual clinical-strength deodorant in the morning, but now that it's been a couple weeks, it gives me great joy to see it gathering dust in my bathroom cabinet!
The Miradry wasn't 100% for me - I'd guess I'm sweating about 75% less than I did before the procedure - but that in itself is a miracle I'd pay for over and over again (but I won't have to, since I got the Level 5 treatment - woo hoo!).