Your skin will heal. Continue good aftercare and report this to your electrologist. Ask her if you can stop by and show her what you are talking about. It is possible, even with those with sensitive skin, to have electrolysis and have the skin return to normal within hours. I don’t know the particulars about your electrologists’ skill level, probe choice and equipment used,including quality magnification. There are many variables that produce the outcome you are having verses an outcome that doesn’t leave you so distressed. What you report is not the fault of having electrolysis, but most likely pertains to skill and/or equipment issues. Give this a chance and bring your concerns to your electrologist. Today is not not too soon to call her.
It is no secret that I am a fan of the computerized professional epilator brands and great magnification eyewear like the a surgeon and dentist would use. The better the electrologist can see the hair follicle opening, the better she/he can minimize skin reaction. If the skin is reacting angrily, she can see the smallest change within the first couple of zaps and then back up the heat level or correct a shallow insertion,etc.
Again, please try out as many electrologists as you are luckily able to sample. You may still come back to the one you are using right now, but at least you will come away with a general idea of who seems to offer the better treatment for your skin type. You will find that the skill levels are very different. At the very least, you will find one that can see well no matter what kind of epilator they use.