I am considering Botox for underarm perspiration but I would like to know, how much pain would be associated with doing that?
How Painful Are Botox Injections for Underarm Hyperhidrosis?
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Pain With Botox Injections At Underarms
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Not very painful, but numbing gel can make this almost painless
This is how I deal with things- if you had the procedure before, or if you have a low pain threshold (nothing to be worried about), come in 30 minutes early and we sit you in a quiet room with some 23/7 gel on. This takes away 80% of the pain, in some cases 100%.
Pain is the least problematic stumbling block of getting Botox for excessive sweating.
Dr Davin Lim
Botox for underarm sweating
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It is not painful
most patients do fine since a very small needle is used. if you are worried, then have your doctor give you a numbing cream.
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For a much longer lasting result, you should consider Cellulaze off label use of the laser. i have been very pleased. takes 30 minutes in my office under local only.
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