Calcification after transplanting fat under the eyes
Q: A woman in her late 20s. I received a fat transplant under my eyes earlier this year. However, six months later, I felt something hard under my eyes and it hurt. When I went to a local transplanted hospital, he gave me an injection called Hialazera and prescribed antibiotics. After that, I thought the pain was getting better a little, but in two days after I stopped taking the medicine, my swelling became very heavy and hard again 비아그라 정품
When I visited the hospital again, he said that time was a medicine, so don’t mind, and let’s wait a little longer because it disappears naturally within eight months. They tell you not to take medicine because it will become resistant. I’m afraid of festering due to inflammation. They say it’s because of weak immune system. Is this calcification? How should I get treatment in this case?
A: Calcification can only be accurately identified by direct examination. It is more likely that it is not calcification. In most cases, it is absorbed a lot after fat transplantation and needs to be added more. You gave me an injection to reduce the amount of fat. It may be better if you have enough fat. If it goes in a lot and is bumpy, it will probably be treated well at the hospital. Simply more or harder things often get better over time.