Delayed onset Botox side effects
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New symptoms 5 weeks after Botox
Botox - strange problems 5 weeks after injection
- It sounds as though your friend has symptoms of TMJ
- Botox does affect muscle balance - it is not likely but possible there is a connection.
- First she should return to the doctor who treated her, to be examined.
- If the problem cannot be identified, she should consult a plastic or ENT surgeon or a dentist familiar with Botox and TMJ problems.
Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes
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In my practice I have not seen any Botox side effects that start significantly delayed ( 4 to 5 weeks after injection). In my practice I have seen that actually Botox prevents and treats migraines,but do not causes them.
Patients with any concern about 'delayed' Botox side effects should make a consultation with the Botox injector that performed the procedure to address those concerns.
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However, ringing in the ears, pain when eating, throbbing temples, and pressure between the brows, all sound like she may have a different problem going on. I would recommend she see a Board Certified Ears Nose and Throat doctor.
Delayed Side Effect
Thank you for question.
These aren't common side effect after a Botox treatment. I'd recommend that your friend be referred to a specialist.
All the best.
Botox and systemic symptoms
What is causing side effects after Botox?
The constellation of new symptoms is not consistent to the post botox state. It would be prudent to see the treating physician for formal evaluation and guidance.
Botox and Side Effects
I would return to your physician and perhaps consult an ENT. It sounds as if you may be suffering from TMJ. Please let us know what happens. Best, Dr. Green
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