definitely NOT recommend getting Botox or fillers during pregnancy or while you
are breastfeeding. Although there are no studies proving it is safe or unsafe
during pregnancy, it is simply not worth the risk. Enjoy your pregnancy, and
you can get Botox in the future!
I do not recommend Botox during pregnancy or if the person is nursing. Although there are no studies proving it is safe or unsafe during pregnancy, it is simply not worth the risk.
I hope this helps.
No Botox injections during
pregnancy.The recommendation is
that you do not have injections of Botox while pregnant.However, there have been no known
adverse effects from Botox to the fetus when in those instances Botox was
injected prior to the mother knowing that she was pregnant.It only makes sense that for the baby’s
safety all procedures that are medically unnecessary be stopped.
This is a very good question, with a very simple answer. I recommend that my patients not receive Botox treatments while pregnant or nursing. I would also advise against Botox (and fillers) for those women who are trying to get pregnant.
As a general rule, one should not get Botox during pregnancy. From a safety standpoint, the absolutely safest thing to do for your pregnancy is to avoid the introduction of chemicals or medications. This is the same logic as avoiding smoking, alcohol, and caffeine during your pregnancy.
Thank you for your question. While there have not been extensive studies on the topic, I would definitely NOT recommend getting botox or fillers during pregnancy or while you are breastfeeding. I always counsel my patients that even if they are trying to get pregnant that I would advise against botox. Good luck.
There are no studies showing the effects of botox on a fetus. It is recommended not to have neurotoxins when pregnant or nursing. There are ladies who did not know they were pregnant at the time of receiving neurotoxins with no proven effects to the baby.
Botox is not a treatment that you should do while you are pregnant or are breast feeding. After you have the baby you can safely resume your Botox treatments.
This is a good question. You should not receive Botox (or Dysport or Xeomin) while you are pregnant or breast feeding.
Though there are no tests to confirm if Botox does or does not affect the fetus (we think it's unlikely, but we simply don't know), we do not perform Botox injections on women who are pregnant or breast feeding. Enjoy your pregnancy, and you can get Botox in the future.
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