Hot flashes, weight gain and fatigue started again almost immediately after juvederm treatment, and I had been finished with menopause symptoms for a couple of years. Does juvederm contain estrogen-like substances?
Does HA Mimic Estrogens, Inducing Hot Flashes? Mine Started Again After Juvederm.
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No hormone effects should occur with Juvederm
I am not aware of any reason to have any systemic responses to hyaluronic acid fillers such as REstylane or Juvederm. These are naturally found substances in the human body. There are no hormones.
Hot flashes after Juvederm
Juvederm is Hyaluronic Acid, a substance abundantly present in your skin.
It has no hormonal properties and therefore cannot cause hot flashes.
A visit to a Gynecologist or an Endocrinologist is strongly advisable in your case
Juvederm and hot flashes
I've never heard or read about a correlation between the two. Most likely I would attribute this to 'strange coincidence', but as the others have suggested, I would certainly follow up with your GYN to see what else may be contributing to your hot flashes.
Dr. Grant Stevens
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Juvederm Associated Hot Flashes
Juvederm does not contain any estrogen-like substances so it cannot be the source of your hot flashes. The timing would have to be a coincidence. A visit to your gynecologist would be appropriate.
Never heard of hot flashes with juvederm
Hotflash, I have never heard of such a relationship. My best guess is that this is a coincidence. I would see my GYN and have them evaluate what might be going on.
Juvederm does NOT cause Hot Flashes
Hyaluronic Acid, the active ingredient in Juvederm, Restylane and Perlane does NOT have any hormonal properties of any kind. As a result it cannot induce hot flashes or prevent them. You may want to see your GYN.
Dr. Peter A Aldea
Hot flashes after juvederm
I have never heard of this issue, Your doctor should contact his Allergan rep for information. You also need to talk to your gyn.
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