First, if you have a reaction you should make sure to report it to Medicis, the company that makes Dysport in the U.S. Second, you should see a doctor - actually probably several specialists - for a work-up and evaluation as soon as possible. These side effects are not the types that are described in Dysport paperwork, so I would advise you to see a doctor as soon as possible. That being said, Dysport is temporary and will be out of your system in 3-4 months.
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You have some symptoms that you need a full work up by your family doctor and cardiologist and neurologist and ophthalmologist.
I think that a full medical evaluation is in order. I have never seen or heard of this constellation of symptoms in a patient. Although there is a cause for these symptoms, the association with Dysport is highly unlikely.