Is it normal to get a lump on my hand after getting botox in the forehead eyebrow area? (Photos)
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Lump In Hands
Thank you for your question. Botox works by blocking signals from the nerves to the muscles. The injected muscle can then no longer contract, which causes the wrinkles to relax and soften. It is very unlikely that Botox placed into the face has adverse effects to the hands. I recommend discussing your concerns with your injector and your primary care physician.
Botox for frown lines
Botox injections for the frown lines or forehead lines would not cause a bump in your hands nor would it affect your hand veins. Please see your doctor if you are still concerned.
Botox and hand pain
Thank you for your question marjadi. I am sorry to hear about your situation. Botox is a purified protein used to address wrinkles associated with facial expression. Botox placed in the face should not result in adverse effects on the hands. If my patient who recently had Botox has aching in her hand I would recommend visiting a general physician to evaluate the cause. Please consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. Good luck!
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Is it normal to get a lump on my hand after getting botox in the forehead eyebrow area?
Botox is a medication injected into target muscles of the face to selectively relax them for fewer/softer wrinkles.
An injection in the forehead needs to go a very far distance to affect your hand. By the time it reached your hand it would be undetectable. Your hand symptoms are likely a coincidence with your Botox injection. If you have further questions, follow-up with your doctor who performed the injection. Safety comes first.
Botox injection and hand lump
It is unlikely that the Botox injection into your forehead has anything to do with your hand symptoms. That being said, I would discuss your concerns with your injector and possibly your primary care physician.
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I'd suggest seeing the doctor who injected you, but it's not likely that the lump on your hand was a result of the Botox injection in the forehead.
It would be highly unusual for the lump in your hand to be related to your Botox injections. Discuss your concerns with your injector. They may want to examine you.
Is it normal to get a lump on my hand after Botox in the forehead?
Thank you for sharing your question and photographs. In my opinion the Botox did not contribute to your hand symptoms and I would recommend elevating your right hand and taking antiinflammatories to improve your symptoms. If your symptoms worsen then see a hand specialist for an in-person examination. Hope this helps.
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