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Doctor Suggest Botox Contracture
Bruising & soreness: Botox (botulinum toxin) inhibits the neurotransmitter acetylcholamine, so the nerves can't tell the muscles to move and they're paralyzed. The effect lasts 4-6 months. Injections can be associated with bruising and soreness at the injection site. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got botox to treat my gastroparesis my doc said my pylorus did not look abnormal like it dose with gastroparesis patients what does that mean?
What will happen if i got a botox shot in my bladder when its completly healthy (my doc think i have overactive bladder and should get a shot, i dont!
Accepted treatment : injecting Botox into the bladder is an acceptable treatment for overactive bladder and urinary urgency or urge incontinence. if you are 18 years of age as it states, it's likely that other things may have been tried and failed in regards to therapy, in order for this to be recommended? ...Read more
Botox "dosing": The amount of Botox an injector uses will depend on the area (muscles) being treated. Typically 20-30 units for the areas between the brows, 10-20 units in the forehead, 6-10 units per crows feet, etc. Your doctor can let you know how much you specifically need. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It Depends: Whether a doctor or nurse must have formal training in cosmetic injectables depends on the laws of the state in which they practice. In my state, for example, there is no law which requires that a doctor has taken a training course and there is some argument as to whether a nurse can legally inject. Therefore, the patient must be careful to choose a qualified injector! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
By a complete exam: You doctor will evaluate you, the lines and wrinkles you seek to treat, and will recommend a treatment plan tailored to your needs. Generally speaking, Botox and Dysport work on lines caused by muscle contraction, while fillers treat creases and folds in the skin which exist in the absence of muscle contraction. Seek care from a board certified facial plastic or plastic surgeon or dermatologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Other options: Botox is not approved by insurance companies or medicare for pirifoemis syndrome. There are other options for treatment, however, including standard trigger point injections (with Lidocaine or saline), topical Baclofen (from a compounding pharmacy) and physical therapy. Acupuncture can help. It is also out of pocket, but likely less than botox. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: It's not illegal to get education. Using that education is regulated by each state. You might be able to find a course that will let you attend and listen, but you probably won't find a course that will let you stick a needle in a person with or without Botox in the needle. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have been experiencing from "writers cramp". Doctors have prescribed botox injection as remedy.?
Botulinum Toxin (Botox) Injection (Definition)
Botox is a medicine that causes muscles to relax. It is commonly used to improve the appearance of deep facial lines or wrinkles between the eyebrows. It is also used to relieve migraine, and in certain conditions that involve muscle spasm. ...Read more
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