The side effects of lymphatic drainage are generally mild and temporary. While it is considered a safe and minimally invasive technique, it’s important to be aware of potential reactions. The most common side effects include mild pain, discomfort, or feeling tired in the treated area. Some individuals may also experience increased thirst and the need to urinate as the lymphatic and renal systems are stimulated. In rare cases, allergic reactions, bruising, or skin irritation may occur. It’s important to note that these effects typically resolve quickly. However, if any severe or persistent side effects occur, it is advisable to seek immediate medical attention. Rest assured that most people have a positive and uneventful experience with lymphatic drainage!