Member since 4/28/2014


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Acute Hypersensitivity Reaction Following Radiesse Injections - Fort Lauderdale, FL

Terrible experience. The injector did not inform me that I even had a choice to try, for the first time, try try a filler that is HA based, which has an antidote or Radiesse, which has not antidote for its effects. The injector did not, as I learned later, approach me with any form of an aesthetic analysis, nor analyze my facial proportions using "Hinger's lines". She just use some cookie... READ MORE

Recent comments from allicali130

My hypersensitivity reaction started on day 14. It finally resolved (85%) by day 28. Thank God. READ COMMENT

Unfortunately, laser treatments are not recommended in my opinion for such an inflammatory reaction. Also, at this juncture, I would run blood work to evaluate your immune response and white blood cells. Also, you need to find someone... READ COMMENT

I totally agree. At least I wish I was informed that there is no antidote to Radiesse, just time. And, you will get better. READ COMMENT

Have you seen another doctor? I posted my terrible situation and I am getting slow relief from otc ibuprofen, anithistamines and electro lymphatic drainage 3 times a week. The lymphatic drainage with this machine is a life saver. ... READ COMMENT