Everything You Should Know Before Getting Lip Injections
You may experience bleeding from the injection site.
If you notice that your lips are bleeding after getting lip injections, do not be alarmed. It is normal to experience injection site bleeding after getting lip fillers. If you are experiencing bleeding, make sure that you keep the area clean and avoid touching it so that it does not become infected. If you are experiencing more significant bleeding, you should go to the doctor as soon as possible. Taking blood thinners, such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, ginkgo, garlic, cayenne, and St. John Wort, can cause you to bleed more. Therefore, you should avoid taking them two weeks before and after getting lip fillers according to Dermatology Physicians of Connecticut.