Is Botox Safe for Patient with Vitiligo?
- Asked by molly1982 in canada
- 4 years ago
Botox and Vitiligo
As the other practitioners have pointed out, there is no problem having Botox injected because you have Vitiligo.
In general, we screen for a history of neuromuscular disorders and autoimmune diseases.
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Don't foresee any problems with Botox for vitiligo patient
Botx injection is very safe for patients with VITILIGO.
I don't think you will have any problems I will be exremely comfortable to inject patients with Vitilgo with Botox
There should be not problem with vitiligo and Botox. Not that I can think of anyway Botox would help vitiligo either. Botox seems to be in the news for treating a myriad of conditons from hair loss to oily skin, but not the vexing condition called vitiligo.
OK to have Botox in a vitiligo patient
I have never heard of a complication from Botox in a vitiligo patient any more than in any other patient.
My suggestion would be to proceed and enjoy.
No Botox side effects in vitiligo
Dear Molly 1982,
You should feel very comfortable proceeding with Botox injection. There are no side effects or contraindications associated with Botox injections and people with vitiligo.
No, not at all.
Thank you for your question.
Botox is completely safe in patients with vitiligo. There are no reasons at all to suspect any change in your vitiligo and you should feel completely comfortable getting Botox done.
Hope this helps!
There is no contraindication for Botox in patients with vitiligo. Botox is a very safe medication when used by trained professionals. Good luck with your injections.
Botox and Vitiligo
Its safe. You are at no more risk of getting side effects than a person without vitiligo. Just avoid too much sun for a few days after getting botox.
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