Is it normal to ice your knees after training? It's a little swollen. It's been applied for 15 minutes
Hello, now watching the film, you seem to have frostbite or local allergy. It may be that the temperature of the ice is too low. It is normal. It is suggested that you wrap the ice with a towel during cold compress to avoid frostbite. You'd better not apply ice first these days. The local part may be frostbite.
This may be some of your basic things, which may have an impact on an allergy. If you observe it temporarily, it may subside by itself. If it becomes more and more serious, or even get pimples, you can consider oral loratadine. This is mainly anti allergy. You can make a reference
If you choose the talisman to relieve swelling and pain after a decent training, Siegel's talisman is obviously normal. If you apply it for 15 minutes, it's a little swollen, which may be a little long. If you apply it with ice, it usually doesn't exceed 3 ~ 5 minutes, but you can't directly contact it when you apply it with ice. You can effectively cover it with a towel.