Had Dysport injected in my face three days ago and now have an extremely uncomfortable lumpy feeling in my throat.
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Lumpy Throat after Dysport
This is not likely to be related your injections. Having problem swallowing would only be related with neck injections. I recommend having a follow up with your treating physician to discuss your concerns
Thanks for sharing! Botox or dysport is unlikely the cause of your symptoms. As the other physicians have mentioned, you need to notify your about your symptoms. Be sure you're seeing a certified injector and using genuine products. Best, Dr. ALDO
Dyport in face and uncomfortable feeling in throat
A possibility to consider is if you had an allergic reaction to the product. I have seen a similar presentation once before. Otherwise, it may not be related to the injection. You should discuss the case with your provider immediately.
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Thank you for sharing your concerns. Your discomfort is probably not related to your treatment, but you should follow up with your doctor. Good luck,
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This is unlikely to be related to your injections. Problems swallowing would only occur with neck injections. I would follow up with your Dr. Best, Dr. Emer
Throat problem after Dysport to face
This is almost 100% unrelated to the injection. I would ask your injector about it. If the authentic medication was used, it will have no possibility of traveling to the neck. Issues with swallowing are limited to patients with high dose neck injections or injected with lab strength botulinum (illegal).
Dysport and headache
thanks for your questions. I am so sorry you don't feel well! I do not believe the I jection of dysport is related to the feeling of lump in your throat. Did you have any dysport injected I your neck? If a high dose of botox or dysport is injected in the neck (for treatment of platysmal bands) it may result in temporary feeling of difficulty swallowing. Since it does not seem that you had this injection, I believe your sensation is unrelated to dysport. If the feeling continues, seek the help of your physician.
Best of luck!
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