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Hi there!

I'm Rose. I have inflammation, redness, swelling of my skin after laser therapy. Looking for appropriate medicament / cream.
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  • Thanks a lot. Pretty sure that I'll contact one of your surgeon about an advice of my skin problems. How I can ask a question? I spoke with 2 different specialist and I am still confused.
  • I don't want to spam, but I have to ask. Where can I get the tips, advices on spine-health? Someone could help me with my skin problems?
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  • LizLiz Posts: 9,699
    Spine-health forum is here for support based on members personal experiences, There is nobody qualified to give you formal advice'
    I suggest you go to your gp who knows your medical history and can give you the information you need

    Liz, 

    Veritas-Health Forum Moderator

    Spinal stenosis since 1995
    Lumber decompression surgery S1 L5-L3[1996]
    Cervical stenosis, so far avoided surgery
  • Ok. But the problem is that my gp and my dermatologist adviced me to use very expensive therapy and I'm looking just for the medicaments or other home-made specific, not the formal advice.
  • i am 32 one year after giving birth to my daughter. till now there was no procedures. i have clean complexion and no problems with it until now. well, i am a little tired (you know - child rather expects a lot from you) and my skin is no longer that vital.
    i went for a dermabrasion. the procedure was ...quite strange. i didnt feel good during it. it started aching. and reddness still is visible - now it has been almost 2 weeks. well for now reddness is vanishing...thanks to..cream that gave me another doctor. its laserat a special cream used post laser treatment therapy. its a product from eu so not that easy to find

    maybe you should try it?
    jamie h.
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  • rose58 said:
    Ok. But the problem is that my gp and my dermatologist adviced me to use very expensive therapy and I'm looking just for the medicaments or other home-made specific, not the formal advice.
    hmm always use sth checked doesnt matter how much it costs - better for u!
    jamie h.
  • bmegbbmeg Posts: 3
    edited 02/23/2014 - 1:21 PM
    jamie hicks said:

    i went for a dermabrasion. the procedure was ...quite strange. i didnt feel good during it. it started aching. and reddness still is visible - now it has been almost 2 weeks. well for now reddness is vanishing...thanks to..cream that gave me another doctor. its laserat a special cream used post laser treatment therapy. its a product from eu so not that easy to find

    maybe you should try it?
    i don't know if you are still interested, but i heard that, edit meets all the requirements of the fda and from january 2013 patients of the beauty clinics in the u.s. can enjoy its benefits. ask your doctor about this product.
    https://forum.veritashealth.com/forum-rules


    post edited by sandi- please see the forum rules at the link below for more information.
    you agree not to post specific physician names or health care facilities , devices or product names on spine-health.com.
  • Jamie Hicks said:
    i am 32 one year after giving birth to my daughter. till now there was no procedures. i have clean complexion and no problems with it until now. well, i am a little tired (you know - child rather expects a lot from you) and my skin is no longer that vital.
    i went for a dermabrasion. the procedure was ...quite strange. i didnt feel good during it. it started aching. and reddness still is visible - now it has been almost 2 weeks. well for now reddness is vanishing...thanks to..cream that gave me another doctor. its laserat a special cream used post laser treatment therapy. its a product from eu so not that easy to find


    maybe you should try it?
    Thanks for understanding and your advice. For sure, I.m gonna look for this cream. Always it is better way than expensive operation, which sometimes could even be worse for you health. When I bought it and apply it for 2 weeks, I'll come back to you.
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