Botox (migraines), developed small bumps all over body. Is this normal or an allergic reaction? (Photo)

I had Botox for migraines starting on 9/6/16 after each injection developed a small itchy bumps from nape of the neck down shoulders, back and now thighs. The bumps are spreading farther out after each round of injections. Is this a normal reaction or an allergic reaction

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Botox Bumps

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Temporary bumps following Botox are commonly seen at the injection sites. These typically reabsorb within a few minutes to an hour of the injection.  Bumps lasting longer than that may be due to a reaction to proteins used in Botox or the dilutant used with the botox, but these should resolve by themselves. I recommend following up with your Dr. to determine cause. Best, Dr. Emer

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