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Avatar f tn Hi, Has anyone had any luck, good or bad, with laser hair removal done at home? I just purchased a 'gizmo' to try at home, $199. Thanks!
Avatar f tn I work at the top laser hair removal company in the uk and we don't treat anybody who is pregnant, it's not worth the risk, it can also cause pigmentation because of the hormones x rubbish I know because I was due to get mine but iv just found out in 5 weeks =)
Avatar n tn even my hubbie, he has never said anything to me about it but when we are getting it on I have to be very carfeul not to let him touch my face.. So enough is enough I am ready for laser hair removal. Does anyone know how much it might cost to have this done and how often do you have to go in for the "treatment"?
Avatar f tn As for hair removal I have stopped shaving completely . When I was going for my laser hair removal treatments it seemed to spread them . So I have taken a break from that . I have started using Nair only when absolutely necessary , with the hair removal creams you have to rub or scrape the hair off it definitely irritates them and pop up smaller warts . Definitely frustrating .
Avatar f tn Do you have in grown hairs? You might consider getting them lasered. The pria and silk'n are new and approved at home laser hair removal tools you could use.
Avatar f tn If you really are seeking for a long-term or permanent process, you could always look into laser removal. Just be careful because there is always the chance of something going wrong. My cousin used to shave her arms until the hair on top became super thick and she just wanted to get rid of it. She went in for laser surgery and they burned her skin - now she has a horrible white scar on the top of her arm.
Avatar n tn I have been receiving laser hair removal for the past 11 months. My last two treatments were done with a new, stronger laser. The nurse performing the procedure placed small round eye covers for protection. At the last session I noticed I could see more of the laser, even with my eyes closed and the covers on, but wasn't concerned because I felt no pain. After the procedure was competed I noticed my vision was a bit blurry and cloudy.
101028 tn?1419606604 I just don't have time to deal with the hair at this point to do weekly hair removal at home - I can get about 2 months with electrolysis at this point. thankfully the black hairs are gone and it's mostly light, thin hairs but still - yuck.
Avatar n tn Also used Oil of Wild Oregano, Tea Tree Oil and EmuAID Max Cream – all helped to clear the starter pimple boils, but they did not stop new ones appearing. I have since had 2 underarm laser hair removal sessions as shaving causes many starter pimple boils to appear the day after shaving.
Avatar f tn I was finally diagonsed with PCOS about 2 months ago. I have been on Metformin for 2 months and Sipro for about 3 weeks. The day before yesterday I noticed that the hair on my chin is clear/blonde, its still there, but its not black like usually. I am not sure which medicine helped, or maybe it was a combination, I'm just glad its helping..maybe you should talk with your doctor about it, he/she may recommend a totally different med or combo of meds.
Avatar n tn Not sure if it is safe during pregnancy, but I highly recommend laser hair removal if you can afford it. It hurts while they're doing it, but the results are wonderful. You can have as much or as little off as you like - anywhere. As for right now, I'd just use a razor the morning of your appt.
Avatar m tn 30pm and could only hobble about. At home, all I could do was lay on the couch as I was trying not to bend over due to the stent (no sitting). That night I had to pee once every hour (the blood at least eased off as I wasn’t moving as much when trying to sleep) but still had the terrible pain of the kidney inflating. 5) Thursday, June 23, wasn’t a great day. I was peeing blood all day again and could feel that stent moving and kidney inflation pain (spasms??) while peeing.
Avatar n tn I want to look into Laser hair removal (At this point I can care less about the cost). Im kind of scared though because the thought of lasers on my breast seems dangerous or cancerous. Does anyone have info on Laser hair removal? P.S. I do feel a little better though now knowing others can relate....... so thanks everyone.
Avatar n tn I had surgery in feb. for a small dermoid cyst, was in the hospital at 7 a.m. back home at 4. Took one pain pill in the evening and that was it. Discomfort from gas between shoulders, nothing bad just did not expect that. Waiting for the surgery was worse then the surgery...Best of luck to you!
Avatar n tn Was suppose to have been having a laparoscopy to remove my left ovary and large cyst within this along with treatment for endemetriosis, woke up to have had a laparotomy and the latter all done plus part of the fallopian tube with it. It is now three weeks since the op and I can at least move around more, no longer doing an impression of a ladybird on its back trying to get up...
Avatar f tn Hello, One of the best methods for hair removal is waxing, but it is a bit painful on the stomach. However,the best method of painless hair removal is by laser treatment. I would advise you to consult a dermatologist/cosmetologist and discuss this option with him. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor.
Avatar n tn But I too cannot wait till I can afford laser hair removal.
Avatar n tn I believe it must have happened when they first shaved my face (standard procedure for laser hair removal)- yet the shaving opened all the little acne bumps and must have allowed it to spread. Someone mentioned diabetes and menstral cycle problems. I have very irregular periods and have been diagnosed with " PCOS " (a pre-diabetic stage). I know my facial hair is rooted to this problem, yet I do not know how to fix it.
Avatar f tn Hello, One of the best methods for hair removal is waxing, but it is a bit painful on the stomach. However,the best method of painless hair removal is by laser treatment. I would advise you to consult a dermatologist/cosmetologist and discuss this option with him. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor.
Avatar f tn But,I win myself with help of IPL machines from Beijing sincoheren Company,and i do it at home for simple and easy.My parents are cheerful and we take a nice journey to England,unforgetable.I am a lucky girl,and I can understand what you are suffering from chronic acnes. Wish you good health and lucky as me with good mood everyday. Cathy my mail cathyleewin yahoocom ,we can share our suffering and happiness. Good Luck!
485259 tn?1519050626 I finally worked a half day 5 days post-op at home, a full day 6 days post-op at home, and am working (from home in my jammies) again today but it HURTS! It hurts at my belly button (stabbing pain) and it hurts were I had half an ovary removed an two paratubal cysts removed along with most of my fallopian tube. It still HURTS like it did before the surgery, in the same place. I'm crampy and crabby and bloated and getting tired of this. Next week I'm going on a trip.
162948 tn?1205256292 Although i have had several early pregnancy symptoms i am not gonna do the hpt until after i should miss a period...i am gonna assume that the bleeding at the IUD removal(was bleeding before it was removed)was my period. so if i do not have a period by June 5th...then i will go get a hpt... Wish me luck all, and good luck and god send to all of you... Blows BabyDust to all who want one....
Avatar m tn so if this is along the lines of vertigo then I won't be so surprised if it's related to his gluten ingestion. At home he gets a lower gluten diet than the norm because I have to cook gluten free for my husband but he does get smaller amounts of gluten most days. While at summer camp earlier in the month he was getting gluten in every meal. He said his muscle aches were every day and worse than ever. He also was bothered a lot by the chapel and all the edges and points in there.
Avatar f tn Hi Laser hair removal may be able to remove the ingrown hairs which may be causing the condition on the first place. It may help alleviate the irritation and discomfort brought by the ingrown hairs. However, this may not readily help with the scars as laser therapy may need repeated session for results to be noted. Just tell your dad to avoid picking on the areas with needles as this may only aggravate the condition and may actually cause infections to occur.
Avatar f tn Also you can go in for laser hair removal which causes permanent reduction of hair and does not cause folliculitis also. Please consult a good cosmetologist/dermatologist for that. I hope it helps. take care and regards.
Avatar n tn 3 years ago, when I sought laser hair removal, the nurse noticed my facial pigmentation pattern and suggested I talk to an endocrynologist about my thyroid. A visit to an endocyrnologist did not turn up nything "abnormal" for thyroid number although they said I had "slightly elevated testosterone". One year ag, I had total, sudden loss of libido. So finally at age 43, I finally decided to revisit to the endocryonolgist.
393685 tn?1425816122 Most Dermatologist now have the laser hair removal... I think that would be the way to go if you can do it!
Avatar f tn shtml Some stubborn cases of folliculitis have been responsive to laser-assisted hair removal. This process uses a laser to destroy the follicle. This reduces the scarring that results from folliculitis.
Avatar f tn The only thing she could tell me was maybe my butt hair was too coarse and that could be causing the itching to try laser hair removal (didn’t try cause 1 I thought she was crazy and how could that be it if it hasn’t itched years before from my butt hair(never shaved before so I can’t be itching from razor shaving) And 2 you have to pay out of pocket for laser and it costs too much) so I went back asked for a prescription for a cream to try and she gave me proctzone (spelling?