Nausea is not a side effect associated with Dysport.
Nausea is not a side effect associated with Dysport, and it should not spread beyond where it was injected. Your nausea is most likely coincidental or possibly related to anxiety over having the treatment done for the first time. Dysport lasts for around 3-4 months in most people.
I frequently have patients with different symptoms after their first treatment with botox or dysport. I try to reassure and warn them before hand as most of us have some nervousness with first time treatments. Anxiety creates lots of different feelings and I can promise you that this is not a reaction to the medication. Don't worry it will pass. I hope you enjoy your results!
Thanks for your question. I have never had a patient feel nauseous after a Dysport treatment. Perhaps, you were feeling nervous or uneasy before your treatment.
Thank you for your question. Nausea is not a side effect that has ever been reported as a direct result of Dysport injections. The product works by preventing contraction of the muscle it is injected into. There are no systemic effects. Hope this helps.
Dysport Injections Results and Nausea
Dysport cannot directly cause nausea, this is likely a response to your injection and anxiety. Best, Dr. Emer.
I have never had a patient complain of nausea after Dysport or Botox. There should not be any systemic absorption of the injection, and if there were, it would be negligible. I would think the nausea is due to anxiety or otherwise coincidental. Check with your injector.