I just came back from a long, marathon session of galvanic electrolysis. They used a sponge electrode under my back to complete the circuit… or so I thought. Upon getting up after the long hours of laying on my back (btw, has anyone found a good way to alleviate back pain… I’ve tried ALL the pillows under the knees), I noticed that the electrode may have been more on my shirt than on my back for at least a good two hours of it because my shirt was soaked, and also, more terrifying, for the last hour at least, I saw that the electrode didn’t seem to have been fully “plugged in” to the cord coming out of it. I went to push the cord in it further, and it definitely was loose before.
If either of those things was the case, does that mean that entire session was a waste because the circuit wasn’t completed and the chemical reaction didn’t occur? Would the technician know if the chemical reaction was happening or not happing inside my follicles? I’m not sure I would know… it only really hurt or felt like anything to put the needles in, not after the needles were inside “cooking.” How will I know next time??