[Method] I’m having the first Kybella injections into my double chin today

normieofpeace

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Background: previously skinny fat, now just skinny but hitting the gym for the last several months.
I have a weird, genetic submental fat pad giving me a double chin which totally ruins my profile. Think: neckless, derpy, mouthbreather side profile.

I was originally looking at getting lipo, but I had a consultation and the doctor said she thinks Kybella is the way to go as it's only a small area. It actually took me ages to get around to the consultation because I thought they'd be dismissive of me, but the doctor said she gets a lot of guys through her clinic for double chin and jaw work.

If anyone is interested, I'll update you later with how the procedure went and the recovery.
 
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The procedure was super quick. The nurse just wrote some shit on my chin with a marker and then pinched a bunch of skin while injecting. It was all over in about 5 minutes.

The pain immediately after was pretty bad. My whole skull felt partially numb and partially aching. That got worse as time went on, so did the swelling.
I went home and took a two hour nap and when I woke up, the pain was gone. Felt a bit fried for the rest of the day.

Today I feel fine, I just look like a bullfrog ?

I’d say it’s definitely a low effort, low risk procedure even for high inhibition types.
 
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The procedure was super quick. The nurse just wrote some shit on my chin with a marker and then pinched a bunch of skin while injecting. It was all over in about 5 minutes.

The pain immediately after was pretty bad. My whole skull felt partially numb and partially aching. That got worse as time went on, so did the swelling.
I went home and took a two hour nap and when I woke up, the pain was gone. Felt a bit fried for the rest of the day.

Today I feel fine, I just look like a bullfrog ?

I’d say it’s definitely a low effort, low risk procedure even for high inhibition types.
SO are the results good?
 

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