Bo-tox does not cause floaters in the eyes. There is a substance behind the color of the eye called vitreous and when it liquefies, during a normal aging process vitreous floaters occur. When light comes in the eye, it casts a shadow on the image. If you have associated flashing lights, this could be a pulling and you should see an ophthalmologist.
Can Botox Cause Floaters in the Eye?
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Bo-tox and floaters
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