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Not directly: Not if u have normal bladder function, there is no reason why it should and would be contraindicated. Botox is injected via a cystoscope which like Botox itself is not advisable in presence of cystitis. It can might help patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction to facilitate bladder emptying and thus risk of utis or speed up recovery after a uti. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is bladder botox? How does it work? And help with interstitual cystitis? My dr mentioned it but didnt explain
Can interstitial cystitis symptoms be worsened by fibromyalgia? I was going to get botox treatment, but can't, any ideas to help other than diet
Yes; associated: ? If Fibromyalgia, FM, worsens Interstitial Cystitis, IC. Urinary frequency & urgency, aka IC, common symptoms of FM, wherein pelvic girdle sacroiliac joint subluxation impinges overlying presacral neural plexus/parasympathetic nerves responsible for urinary bladder smooth muscle contraction & bladder evacuation. Rational therapy of IC includes pelvic girdle stabilization via Prolotherapy/fusion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have interstitial cystitis..having bladder botox with a cystocopy..Will I be in pain after surgery?Why am I being put to sleep?What should I expect?
Have interstitial cystitis having bladder botox with cyscopy. I will be asleep during surgery. Are patients generally in pain after? Recovery time?
Not typically, short: Best to discuss these with the physician performing the procedure ...Read more
Botox works because: Botox is used to relax muscles that cause wrinkles when they move. Usually it is a superficial muscle and it typically involves the facial muscles. Since wrinkles are the result of repeated movement, Botox can also creat smoother skin at rest. The trick is to give enough to smooth but not so much that there is no expression. Gives a 3-4 month affect. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Botox has been used for years in many medical applications. The amount of Botox used for the typical cosmetic treatment of moderate expression lines of the face is 1/10 to 1/3 the amount used in other medical conditions. The biggest contraindications for the general healthy public include pregnancy and breast feeding or active infection at the site of treatment. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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