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Can Botox-Induced Pseudoherniation Be Resolved?
I had Botox to treat crows feet 3 months ago and ended up with a pseudoherniation of the orbital fat pad under my left eye. I've reviewed questions about this problem, and doctors responses, on realself. Consistent with other, I have had creping of the skin for both eyes & the botox injection for the this eye was toward the middle of the under eye. While the creping has improved slightly since I started to get some movement back, the pseudoherniation persists. I know doctors have said it should pass (in theory), but can you tell me if you have seen a patient with a botox-induced psuedohernaition that has resolved.
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