facelift swelling, keloids, lymph nodes 6 month out
I had eyes lower and upper, "weekend facelift and tighten neckline"
Anyone out there experience swelling for an extended period... its like my eyes feel swollen, they get red,, my blood pressure is elevated,,, still swelling,, in the am after a nights sleep my face feels like a swollen pancake,, I know it sounds stupid, but that's the best way to describe the swelling.. I get bumps around my jaw, lymph nodes?? It feels like swelling is residing, traveling down my neck leaving my face and jaw, but somedays it feels like just weeks after surgery... my cheeks still chipmunk like, and heavy,,, I dont know , wish I hadn't done surgery sometimes, but too late, so any advise out there anyone experiencing the same
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