Burning Hands During Skin Whitening Injection?
I want to ask about injection. So I was injected by a midwife for whitening, this is me using a new type of medicine. But when I injected my hands felt like burning and aching all the time (the pain continued when injected) and I was injected in the back of the hand. That’s about why? Because my friend injected using the drug does not feel burning, he said … usually just. Even though I use glutax instead, it’s normal to have no complaints like this … can I not use the drug anymore? Have you tried it twice and it keeps burning … please answer it … thanks
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Whitening or injection syringes to whiten the skin should only be done by doctors who have received training or are competent for that matter. In fact, not all doctors have permission for this because this injection is still a debate in terms of safety. Drugs that are directly injected into the blood can cause harmful effects if you use materials that have not been proven safe. You should not buy the drug freely, then ask the midwife to inject it into your body. Apart from being dangerous, the drugs that you buy freely without a prescription can not be confirmed original. Even if it's original, it's not necessarily that the drug contains safe ingredients. You should see a doctor to be examined, worried that the medicine you are using contains dangerous ingredients, so that complaints that you feel. When seeing a doctor, try to bring the medicine you are using. Avoid using drugs carelessly without consulting a doctor.
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