Who Should Avoid Prp Treatment?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), also known as the “vampire facial”, has been so well-known that it can seem like we have finally discovered the fountain of youth. Despite all the hype, there is little to no evidence that it works.
Is PRP Safe to Use?
Although dermatologists have many questions, the procedure seems safe.
After bruising and pain subside, you may feel some swelling. They usually disappear within a few days.
Your blood handling is the most dangerous part of your body. It is essential to keep your blood sterile after it has been removed from your body. You could get an infection.
To ensure your safety, the facility must also use the same procedure as transfusion centers to ensure that your blood is returned to you. You could get very sick if you accidentally receive blood from someone else.
What Is the Average Time It Takes to See Results?
You will see the full results in a matter of weeks or months if you are able to get them.
Who Can Get PRP Treatment?
Although PRP is safe for most people it is not recommended for those with the following medical conditions.
- Hepatitis C
- Any type of blood cancer
- Cardiovascular disease, which requires taking a blood thinner
- The area to be treated for skin cancer
These conditions can affect your platelets and make them less able to produce the desired results.
This article was written by a medical professional at Florida Medical Pain Management. Florida Medical Pain Management is proud to offer comprehensive pain management services to a diverse group of patients. Patients at Florida Medical Pain Management can get help managing hip, knee, leg, and neck pain. The practice also offers comprehensive arthritis management, along with treatments for auto accidents, sports, and work injuries.