The Solution To Overcome The Hands Such As Pain When It Is Moved After A Pair Of Implants KB A Week Ago?
Good day doctor, I want to ask, a week ago I had an implant, but when the arm was moving, it felt like pain, and the device that entered it looked like it really wanted to come out … was it installed like or not? could it be the installation is less inward ??
Hello Halimah, thank you for asking.
KB implants or implants are contraceptives that are placed under the skin. Installation must be carried out by trained health workers. Implants are inserted into the tissue under the skin, not to the muscles. The implant is not placed too deep to prevent muscle injury. After implant placement, pain may occur for several hours or several days. It may also arise local redness and swelling, which is caused by the body's immune response because implants are foreign to the body.
If after a week you still feel pain, then there is a possibility:
inflammation or local infection
injury to muscles
You should re-control the healthcare provider who implants. Your implant will be assessed whether the location is correct or not. If an infection is suspected, it is likely that your doctor will prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs and antibiotics. In the meantime you can help relieve pain with cold compresses at the pain site. Make sure the skin is always clean. You can take over-the-counter pain medications and have green labels. Thus our information, may be useful. Regards.