Combining multiple types of treatments improves your chances of permanent removal.

Can keloids be removed? Keloids can be treated , so it is not a condition you have to continue living with.

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Keloids are often itchy and uncomfortable.

Then it takes weeks or months for it to grow. Some of the symptoms of scar tissue pain include: inflammation (swelling) redness. .


Do keloids bleed? Keloid scars can bleed and become infected. They can be much larger than the original wound. For example, a woman who has keloid-prone skin can develop a keloid on her belly after having a cesarean section (C-section),

A keloid is usually a raised scar with a flat surface.