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Is It Possible To Prevent Getting A Keloid From A New Piercing
No: It is best to avoid repiericing, . ...Read more
No: Keloids result from an excessive bodily reaction to a wound. Unlike normal healing which lays down scar tissue (collagen) to close a wound, a keloid forms when the degree & magnitude of this process is excessive. And unlike a hypertrophic scar which is an excessive amount of scar tissue within the confines of the injury, a keloid results when the process extends into the normal surrounding tissue. ...Read more
My ear hasn't completely healed after a piercing its getting red and thick, I removed the earing but im afraid it might become a keloid. How I prevent?
What are my chances of getting a keloid on a septum piercing if I've gotten one before on my ears? How can I prevent this?
Septal piercing: DON'T DO IT. It isn't worth it. It puts you at risk for infections and discomfort. But keloiding in the nose is a low risk. ...Read more
I have two very small keloids. They came from getting my ears pierced at age 12. Now 21 what are the chances of me getting a keloid after a nipple piercing? And how can I prevent one form forming?
Probably nothing: If you have a history of keloid formation, hour chances of grooming another hypertrophic scar (keloid) are very high. I would not recommend elective piercings. ...Read more
Is a keloid curable (1/4 x 1 inch in size)? What is done to prevent a new keloid when the old keloid is cut out?
Tough to prevent: The problem with surgical removal of keloid scars is that they can return in the healing process. Injection of steroids into the keloid or application of teflon sheets (available in the grocery store or pharmacy as "scar strips") can calm down inflammation and flatten them out. You can try this before surgery, or use it afterwards to try to keep the keloid from forming, again. Good luck! ...Read more
Surgery and...: Steroid injections are the most likely treatments to work. See a plastic surgeon for your best advice. ...Read more
Injections first: If you have a true keloid scar the best first line treatment is steroid injection. If that fails to improve the keloid to your satisfaction the next option is excision which comes with very high recurrence rates (and can come back worse than the original) and a postop regimen of silicone, pressure, and in severe cases even radiation treatment. I would suggest removing the jewelry if treating it. ...Read more
Keloid: Is it really a keloid? You can have the scar evaluated by a board certified physician who can tell you what the best option for you is. ...Read more
Several: There are a number of treatments for keloids. We have had good luck with surgical removal of the entire keloid (for example, on the earlobe) and then a series of injections of steroid directly into the scar from the excision beginning 3 weeks postop and continuing every three weeks for a total of 3-4 injections. Other treatments include pressure and low dose radiation. ...Read more
What to do if I just took my monroe piercing out and a keloid is formed. Does anyone know how to get rid of it?
See a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon. There are many options available.
Good luck from nyc. ...Read more
I want to get my industrial piercing and heard you can get keloids, was wondering if I did get them how to make them go away?
If I have keloids from piercs. When I was 6, can I get them now? The piercing shop I got pierced yest. Pierced surgical steel. Will this make another
Most likely: Once you have developed keloids, there is a high possibility you will again develop them again. A good indication is if you developed keloids with minor scratches. If you have then you will. Sometimes keloids on the ear may develop from an allergic reaction to the metal in the earring. However chances another one will form. ...Read more
My keloid is getting bigger. They can't get me in at ku until sept. I can't wait that long. What can I do in the mean time to prevent it from growing mo?
Scars: Moisturizing scars with hypoallergenic lotion is a great way to start. You can also gently rub the scar. This increased amount of pressure can help with reshaping the scar. ...Read more
Depends how bad: Minor ones can improve with steroid injections and pressure earrings. More severe ones will likely need surgical excision and external radiation to minimize the risk of it coming back. ...Read more
About a month ago I got three cartilage piercings and a few days ago I noticed a keloid on each piercing. How do I reduce or get rid of them?
To get rid off, you may need excision and repair and injection of steroid or 5fu (fluorouracil).
See a plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Can I get any other piercings on my body if have a keloid left from getting my ears pierced a few years ago?
Ir I have keloid skin can I get a tattoo? If I do get it can I prevent the formation of keloids with cicatrization gels?
Better not: You need to see a dermatologist for your concerns regarding your skin, tattooing may not be good for you, good luck ...Read more
I have a bump that is filled with blood on the bottom of my belly piercing, I was wondering is it a keloid? If so how do I get rid of it.
Hemorrhagic cyst?: Sounds more like a cyst that had some bleeding in it, or a hematoma. Keloid scars usually are not filled with blood. Have it checked by a dr. And it may be easily treated with a minor procedure. ...Read more
I have a keloid on my navel due to migration of belly button piercing. Its quite large and im just wondering if it is possible to get rid of it.
I have a keloid on the cartilage of my ear. Will taking my piercing out help stop keloid from growing more just until I can get into dermatology?
The keloid has: Formed, so at this point, just go to dermatologist for treatment. ...Read more
Keloid/Hypertrophic: Keloids & hypertrophic scars are basically treated the same initially: silicone tape/gel (myscaraway, from walgreens/online). If these don't help, see your dr for steroid/bleomycin injections, or external electron-beam radiotherapy. Do not let anyone cut it out if keloid confirmed, it will simply grow larger! ...Read more
I have keloids on both chest piercings and left nose piercing I am pregnant and am wondering if there's anyway at home I can get rid of or shrink the?
Have a history of keloids as a child. Got 2 surgical steel piercings a month ago. Now there's 2 red bumps on each. What should I do & how cam I get rid?
This is a very common problem in asian skin types. You should get compression earrings and put them on asap. Here is a website where you can order them.
http://www. Delasco. Com/pcat/3/earrings/dpearp/dpearp/
the earring should be worn for at least 12 h/day for 6 mo.
Second, go to a local plastic surgeon and get examined, you may be able to start kenalog (triamcinolone) injections to soften and lessen the keloid. ...Read more
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