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Is It True That Botox Can Help with Depression and Bipolar Disorder?
I know that botox can be used to treat migraines, but I recently read that it can be used to help depression. Is that correct. I am bipolar, and the medication I take controls the highs really well, but I still have bouts of depression, although not as overwhelming as before. Can botox really help depression, or it just an excuse to have botox injected, and reap the cosmetic benefits under the guise of medical necessity?
Botox for Depression
Botox: Fascinating idea, but unknown if useful for depression / bipolar
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There is no evidence that BOTOX® is useful for the treatment of depression or bipolar disorder.
Don't Use Botox for Depression
Don't count on it
Consult with Psychiatrist before having Botox
Botox may improve mood but won't treat depression
Depression or bipolar treatment with botox?
BOTOX is not a treatment for depress or bipolar disorder.
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