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I had a Kybella treatment performed on my chin, which was totally painless, even though they didn’t give me any anesthesia. I mean, the injections didn’t hurt at all! Yet, it seems that Kybella got back at me later on, as I started aching and feeling swollen on the injected spots after the session! Anyway, no big worries either, since anti-inflammatory drugs took care of the issue. After the treatment, they reminded me that a couple more sessions would follow (about a month later) and my boyfriend took me home.
5 days after the operation: Swelling has eased off, but I can still feel my chin tender. I am feeling a bit nervous, as I want swelling to go away, but I can’t complain too much, since the doctor had warned me that it would take a while before things come to normal. Of course, I can’t wait for that bulk to lessen, so I can get to see the results!
A month later: Apparently, swelling has flowed back and I can now spot the difference: The excess fat I had under the chin has shrunk, I’m positive about that, although a couple of friends couldn’t tell the difference – but that isn’t going to cast me down! In a few days, I’m having another Kybella treatment, probably the last one!
A friend of mine talked me into Kybella and I’m already grateful to her. For starters, the treatment was almost enjoyable, with no pain. Then, I was so relieved that no healing time is needed, so I could go on with my life straight away (although I had bruising and swelling for a few days). Now, it’s a month later, and the difference is evident. All I have to do is prepare for another Kybella session.
Submental fat was something that I couldn’t shake off, so I settled on having Kybella, which seemed a pretty reasonable choice. It’s only day 2 now done, and looking back on the operation… there isn’t anything special to say, actually. The injections were nothing more than I had expected: almost unnoticeable, although a burning sensation was there to remind me that something was going on under my chin. In fact, after a while, inflammation started becoming a little more intense, so I had an ice pouch positioned under my skin to cool things off. All told, half an hour later I was free to go home. Driving back, I noticed that twisting my head, or lifting it up, even slightly, made my treated chin ache, but no further drama.
The following day, that nuisance continued, but less intensely. Luckily, I had taken a couple of days off, so I was able to rest. Tightness and swelling are much preferable than pain, which I never felt.
A day later, that is yesterday, not much to comment on. Maybe tightness has abated a little bit, but what I am now eager to witness is swelling blow over, because I need to see the results. However, the doctor has already curbed my enthusiasm on that: a couple of weeks may be needed before I can see a visible difference.
I went for a supplementary Kybella session three days ago. This time I was much more relaxed compared to my initial visit – plus, I was spurred on by the persuasive results Kybella had already delivered on my chin. After the second session, my chin felt (surprise, surprise!) swollen and tight, but now I am totally prepared to come to terms with that… Days are passing with no serious problems, twitchiness and swelling are going to fall off soon. All I have to do now is to wait for further improvement!
Had Kybella injections performed on my chin just yesterday. That was about time; I couldn’t bear with that sub-mental fat under my chin any more. The acid injections didn’t upset me at all, I almost felt nothing! Today, I am a little swollen, so they advised me to use an ice pack under my chin to keep it cool. Now, I’m waiting for the swelling to fade, so I can see some results.
Update: After three weeks, I am delighted to give an updated account of my condition! Tenderness and swelling have receded significantly and improvement is evident. That sloppy chin has been smoothed out substantially. What’s more, as soon as the remaining bulkiness drops off, I will be able to witness more progress. Kybella has turned out to be one of the most fortunate choices of my life!