Some swelling is a common side effect of Botox.
Some swelling is a common side effect of Botox. The bumps should subside within a few days. If they do not disappear within 2 weeks, schedule a follow up with your injector to discuss your concerns.
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Bumps after Botox treatment
The bumps after Botox treatment are not unusual, what is unusual is the 30 units in glabella and 10 units in the forehead. Why so much in the glabella and so little in the forehead? when was the prior treatment? The bumps and redness after Botox will resolve within 2-5 days. Icing before and after injection is helpful. Avoid massaging or rubbing the treatment area to prevent undesired spreading.
Some swelling and bruising is normal following Botox injections. These typically go down within few days, so seeing as your treatment was 48 hours prior it shouldn't be there much longer. Of course, the more experienced an MD is with injections the better, but again, some bruising and swelling is to be expected no matter what as the skin is simply reacting to being punctured.
Swelling after botox injections is very common. If is from the fluid volume. it will resolve in half an hour. However you can have some bleeding or trauma to the ares from the needle itself. This too will go away.
30 units of Botox to my glabeller, with 10 units to my forehead area. I have couple of bumps. Will this disappear in few days?
Anytime getting Botox or fillers theres possibility of bruising and swelling, it may be minor inflammation that would settle in a few days
Bump at injection site after Botox
Sounds like it just might be a bit of swelling at an injection site. Any time the skin is punctured you can get swelling and/or bruising. A tiny bump under the skin at the site of injection is probably a bit of swelling which will resolve shortly.
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