Reddit Reddit reviews ScarAway Silicone Scar Sheets for C-Sections, Reusable Sheets (1.5” x 7”) for Hypertrophic and Keloid Scars from Injury, Burn, Surgery and more, 4 Sheets (895384002159)

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ScarAway Silicone Scar Sheets for C-Sections, Reusable Sheets (1.5” x 7”) for Hypertrophic and Keloid Scars from Injury, Burn, Surgery and more, 4 Sheets (895384002159)
SILICONE SCAR TREATMENT: No need for surgical scar removal procedures; silicone is the most recommended scar reduction treatment ingredient by dermatologists and plastic surgeons*. *Of U.S. physicians surveyed by an independent market research firmSCAR TREATMENT: ScarAway Silicone Scar Sheets for C-Sections are intended for the treatment and prevention of hypertrophic and keloid scars resulting from: surgery, injury, burns and much moreREDUCES REDNESS, ITCHING & DISCOMFORT associated with scars. Silicone scar sheets are breathable, flexible, washable and simple to apply. Use these c-section scar sheets to hydrate and soften skin while protecting your scars from everyday movementCONVENIENT SCAR TREATMENT: Each silicone scar sheet is self-adhesive and durable for up to 7-10 days with proper care. Softening may occur in just days; improvement in appearance and texture in as little as 4-8 weeks. Individual results will varyCOMFORTABLE & FLEXIBLE C-SECTION SCAR TREATMENT: Reusable silicone Scar Sheets for c-sections are made from a unique, ultra-thin, breathable fabric for optimal comfort. C-section scar sheets contour to your body and remove gently from delicate skin
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2 Reddit comments about ScarAway Silicone Scar Sheets for C-Sections, Reusable Sheets (1.5” x 7”) for Hypertrophic and Keloid Scars from Injury, Burn, Surgery and more, 4 Sheets (895384002159):

u/cupcake_3 · 1 pointr/CsectionCentral

Ah whoops.. I gave the wrong name, this is what I used, it's actually called scar away for c sections http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002VK977O/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/grooviegurl · 1 pointr/asktransgender

I was going to go to bed, but responding to you was nagging at me.

I have to be really honest with you, I only know bits and pieces of what you're going through, and I can only relate to about half of them.

This isn't meant to serve as actual medical advice, but it's what I would recommend in cases similar to yours.

There are medications out there that help with anxiety and depression, both, at once. If your doc is forcing you to choose a treatment, choose antidepressant. The reason that I say that is that the medical field focuses (or should) on treating the most severe symptoms first. Based on your writing about planning your suicide, I think your depression needs to be addressed yesterday. Better yet, several years ago.

Scars almost never stay as bad as they look right after an injury. If you haven't already looked, /r/skincareaddiction will be able to help you a lot with inexpensive, effective treatments. Here are my tips based on what you wrote, though.

If your scars are still somewhat new, see if you can get silicone sheets like these (that's just some random brand from amazon that I've never used; you can cut them to fit your scars) and wear them every night while you sleep.

If your scars are older but you think they might be manageable without lasers go to /r/SkincareAddiction and learn about peels and retinol. There is so much information (and people with more knowledge) over there than I can ever include about peels in one comment. Seriously.

If your scars are older or pitted you can look into laser scar removal if you've had the scars for several years and the sunblock and silicone hasn't worked for you. There are a few different types of laser treatments that are helpful, and a licensed esthetician (or the equivalent in your country) can help you make a decision about that. When I had my acne scars worked on, I think treatment was about $175 for both of my cheeks, plus some PIXEL (which helps with redness) around my nasolabial folds.

No matter what, and this is good advice for anyone ever Use sunblock every day, all the time. By protecting your scars from UV rays, you can slow or stop them from getting darker, which makes it easier for them to fade with time. If you want to, you may be able to use a tinted moisturizer or BB cream to help your scars blend into your natural skin tone without looking like you're "wearing makeup."

You need a new doctor. You need a new doctor so bad. No one can possibly expect the patient to direct their own care in the way that your doctor has. It sounds like he's either burnt out or doesn't give any shits about you. I'm concerned about his other patients, too. I can't imagine my doctor asking me a question like that, me not having an answer, and my doctor deciding to do nothing. For fuckssake. It sucks donkey tits that you have to deal with this.

Life gets better, if you do decide to stick it out. I was seriously contemplating suicide when I was 18/19 because I couldn't imagine how life could possibly get any worse, or any better. And then, with a lot of therapy and some meds, and finally finding friends outside of the shitty fishbowl I was raised in, life started getting better. And then it started getting good. Now I don't know if I could imagine a life any better than what I have, unless I won the lottery or something.

You've been dealt an exceptionally shitty hand, really. I hope you can find some happiness, if not relief.