If you have droopy eyelids from a relaxation of the levator muscle of the upper eyelid from diffusion of Botox in the forehead right above the eyebrow in vertical line with the pupil, then Iopidine may help lift the eyelid by 1 or 2 mm. only. The droop will be gone on its own if 12 to 16 weeks; it's not permanent. If however, in some people, the drop of the eyelid is related to the eyebrow lowering. These people can already have a saggy eyebrow and the forehead is used on a day-to-day basis to maintain contraction so as to elevate the eyebrow. If Botox is used to relax the forehead in these patients, then it can no longer help support the sagging eyebrow and that along with the upper eyelid can drop. Iopidine will not help in this condition.
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