Surprised how you are all saying it has nothing to do with Botox ?

I have got injected in forhead area for excessive sweating and after 2days had bad stomach pain and diarrhea instantly and doctor pointed out that as side effect of Botox this will happen soon

Doctor Answers 6

Botox side effects

I have never had this happen to any patient I have treated. This is unlikely due to Botox. Please consult your Primary Care provider as soon as possible.

Tampa Internist
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Botox Side Effects

I highly recommend going to see your family doctor or a clinic as soon as possible. The side effects you are experiencing have nothing to do with the Botox injections. Always see a board certified plastic surgeon for Botox treatments. Best,

Omar Fouda Neel, MD, FRCSC, FACS
Montreal Plastic Surgeon
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Side effecs of Botox

the problem you experienced after Botox is not related to the injections and you should see your family doctor as to the cause and what needs to be done

Melvin Elson, MD
Nashville Dermatologist
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Stomach ache after botox

This would unlikely from the Botox, especially if it happened quickly. Hopefully you are better at this point or I would check with your primary Doctor.

Byron A. Long, MD
Marietta Oculoplastic Surgeon
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Nothing to do with Botox

Thank you for your question. Sorry that you are having difficulty. Botox is a neurotoxin , or in other words, a nerve relaxer. This means that it prevents the nerve from causing the muscle to contract in the area where it was injected or to prevent sweating. The amount that is given is only enough to target the muscle where it was injected and will not have systemic results (full body results). Other things can cause abdominal pain and diarrhea and may be coincidental. Speak to your primary care physician soon. Good luck.

Christine Eros, MD
San Diego Family Physician
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Botox side effects

I strongly recommend you consult a real doctor to evaluate you for an infection. What you are describing is not related to a few units of Botox in the forehead. 

Edwin Ishoo, MD
Cambridge Facial Plastic Surgeon
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