Would a Type A Protien Treatment, Botox or Dysport Cause an Allergic Reaction?

I have had enviromental allergies (mold, trees, grass, pollen, animal danger etc) rather seriously since I was born. I now receive a month XOLAIR injection, IgE blocker, to block asthma reactions to my allergies. The area I am most concerned is my forehead and the area between my eyebrows. I constantly squint. Would Restylane, Juvederm or Perlane be better alternatives?

Doctor Answers 1

If you are allergic to cow's milk then don't get Dysport/Botox injections

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With so many allergies, you should probably get a test site injection with Botox/Dysport first since your squinting problems will respond better to botox/dysport than to fillers although you may need both.  Don't get Dysport/Botox if you have an allergy to cow's milk.

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