It is unlikely that Xeomin is causing your fever, especially if there is no redness or swelling around the injection site. Xeomin is a purer form of Botox. You may have pain but not a fever. Please go see your family doctor.
I recently used xeomin instead of botox. I have been running a fever on and off for ever since. Can xeomin cause this?
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Thank you for your question.
Xeomin cannot cause a fever. What we do find is that those that coincidentally get ill post injection find their toxin does not work as well on that occasion.
In the absence of any other information as to your symptoms an on/off fever is potentially a concern - you need to see a doctor or visit your local Emergency Department if feeling really unwell.
I hope you get well soon
Dr Dinesh Maini
Zenith Cosmetic Clinics
It would be unlikely that Xeomin would cause your fever unless you had an infection. Its much more likely you have a viral illness. I would recommend following up with your provider.
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My gut feeling is NO. It depends if you have other symptoms in a addition to the fever.
There may be something else going on to cause a fever.
I do suggest going to see your doctor for an evaluation.
Any of the botulinum toxin products (BOTOX, Xeomin, Dysport) can cause flu like symptoms.
However, fever is part of the constellation of symptoms. However, if your symptoms have persisted for more than a week, I recommend seeing your personal physician for an assessment. It may be that something else is going on and this needs to be ruled out. The flu like symptoms, which are described in about 2% of patients, commonly only last a couple of days.
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