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Hard to Chew After Botox in Neck and Jaw - Is This Normal?
My doctor injected botox in my neck and shoulders because I have had tension there for years and also in my jaw because I clench my teeth a lot. Now it's been 11 days and I can't eat steak or hard food. The muscles feels too weak and I have a hard time holding my head up on my shoulders. When I work and sit down I lean my head against my hand. I have tried to exercise, but it's too difficult for my neck. Is this normal or does it go away? My doctor said he gave me a very small dose.
Botox treatment of muscular tension can cause too much muscle relaxation
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Botox in the Neck and Jaw
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