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Is Botox Mixed with Any Other Solution for Hyperhidrosis?

Do you mix Botox (100mg) with any other solution for treatment of hyperhydrosis on the scalp and head?

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Botox needs to be mixed before administration

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botox is ver effective for hyperhydrosis but also consider miradry for under arm sweating.  Its  FDA approved and long lasting


New York Dermatologic Surgeon
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Botox dilution for hyperhidrosis

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Botox comes as a fine white powder in a vial.  One has to mix it with sterile saline to get it into injectable, (liquid), form.  There are no other recommended liquids for dilution at time of this writing.

Jeffrey Roth, MD
Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon
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Botox used for increased sweating / hyperhidrosis

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No. The only approved diluent for the Botox powder is sterile saline (salt water). If a doctor mixes it with any other product, the effectiveness and safety, and comfort level during the administration can not be assured.

Ronald Shelton, MD
Manhattan Dermatologist
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Botox for Hyperhidrosis

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Botox is supplied in 100 unit vials.  Regardless of its intended injection site Botox is always mixed with sterile saline.  The concentration is usually less for Hyperhidrosis than for facial wrinkles.

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Mixing Botox for hyperhydrosis

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Botox is reconstituted with sterile saline prior to being use for treatment of dynamic facial wrinkles and for treatment of hyperhydrosis of the underarms, scalp, hands and feet. I know of no other solutions recommended for use in the reconstitution of Botox.

Anifat Balogun, MD
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Botox dilution

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Botox is diluted in sterile saline solution to allow for injection.  Other than that, it is not mixed with any other solution ( i.e lidocaine, etc..) 

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Mixing Botox

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 Botox comes as a fine white dust in its bottle and is reconstituted with saline prior to use.  I am not aware of any difference in this regardless of where you are going to use it.

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