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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 4 months ago #1308696817

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I am looking for peoples experience on dissolving large amounts of HA fillers. I had 60mls in my shaft and a few weeks ago I flew to London to have it all dissolved by the suggestion of Dr Horns representative Francis due to the desire for a perfect smooth result. I never had met the Androfill team so it was also an opportunity to see what they were all about.

My original HA Girth result honestly wasn't all that bad but wasn't perfect either. So I had maybe like 12 or 15 vials of hyalase injected over 2 sessions. Still have about 10-15% of the filler left to dissolve and it's proving to be a journey on its own.

Anyone's experience with dissolving all their HA to start anew would be much appreciated.

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 3 months ago #1308696904

Yes, I have the experience of dissolving practically all my filler. I posted my write up.

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 3 months ago #1308696906

I dissolved all mine in my apartment. I am not recommending doing it that way but it was pretty easy. The only doctor I knew who did it - and that I felt comfortable bringing it up to - was the one who put in the HA and I didn't want to go back to him. I had to do it twice as the first time did not get it all but then it went away. I also found that the strength of the HA was vastly different according to the brand. I don't recall the brands as this was a few years ago.

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 3 months ago #1308696911

I have dissolved all of mine now too.

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 3 months ago #1308696925

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Did any of you run into any issues while dissolving and how much filler did you dissolve?

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 3 months ago #1308697256

All of you who posted that you dissolved all the HA filler - why the heck did you do that?? Was it that bad a result? Or did you opt for a more permanent filler instead? ...I can't imagine spending the money and the hassle only to have to dissolve all of it... what am I missing here?

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 3 months ago #1308697258

Girther wrote: All of you who posted that you dissolved all the HA filler - why the heck did you do that?? Was it that bad a result? Or did you opt for a more permanent filler instead? ...I can't imagine spending the money and the hassle only to have to dissolve all of it... what am I missing here?


I suspect many who choose HA over other fillers is for the option to "dissolve" most of the product in the event of an undesirable result. And because the option is readily available, some may consider any imperfection justification for product Removal, because they can. That isn't a bad thing because after all, that's what they signed up for. I speculate this is probably what's at play here.

It's important to note that you may not necessarily be successful in dissolving 100% of the HA, and I'm sure it varies case by case.

I'll let the actual HA-dissolvers comment on how they see it.
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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 2 months ago #1308697428

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Dumb question but wat happens with dissolving it. Do they just suck it back out?

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 2 months ago #1308697450

I dissolved mine as I hated it, It was very squishy, and was inserted to close to the dermal layer so it looked like pea's had been stuck under my skin and I just wanted to put it all behind me as I was tired of going in for corrections etc.

It just dissolves in response to the other question. It turns to a liquid that is readily absorbed. It is quite remarkable how quickly it just disappeared. It costs a fortune to go to a doctor to get removed so I did it myself for $100. But like I said, it's not the smart thing to do as if there is a complication you are doubly screwed and have an even bigger tale to tell the er doctors and nurses.

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 2 months ago #1308697453

do you have a medical background. just wondering how you are able to do that yourself.

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 2 months ago #1308697455

123newyork wrote: do you have a medical background. just wondering how you are able to do that yourself.


He said he did it but that it was not smart to do. Discussing how to perform anything on one's self that should be administered by a medical professional is forbidden on the forum.

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Hyaluronidase: dissolving large amounts of HA 2 years 2 months ago #1308697458

Like a lot of things - if you want something to stay it seems to always go and if you want it gone nothing gets rid of it!

I guess what (and where) HA do you have 60ml of? Certainly HA with lots of cross linking seems to be tougher to dissolve. It is possible to have minor or even major allergic reactions to Hyalase - very good idea to have antihistamine (especially the older sedating type) or even some steroid like prednisone. When we do it we make patient hang around for a time (10 - 15 min). Seems to be more of an issue on the face though.

When it dissolves it just turns into water and is resorbed pretty quick.

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