Side Effects of Botox

6 Mar
2012

Botox used to treat wrinkles and fine lines often cause side effects that typically last for 6 months. For people suffering from neuromuscular disorders, it is recommended to consult a dermatologist before undergoing the treatment. In such people, the side effects of Botox may cause cardiovascular problems. It may also cause headache, respiratory infection, temporary eyelid droop, nausea and flu syndrome.

Other side effects of Botox are allergic reactions, difficulty in swallowing, spread of toxins, etc. The allergic reactions may cause itching, rash, red itchy welts, dizziness or wheezing. In some cases, patients have been reported to have difficulty in taking food or drink after undergoing Botox. This is a temporary effect that may get resolved in few days. If Botox is not injected properly, it may cause problems in areas that have not been injected and cause loss of strength, double vision, blurred vision, hoarse voice or loss of voice, trouble in speaking clearly, loss of bladder control and other such problems.

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