I am prescribed seroquel for insomonia and progesterone for hyperplasia, are these safe with having forehead botox?

does botox in the forehead cause breathing issues?

Doctor Answers 7

Botox While Taking Seroquel and Progsterone

Thank you for your questions Hawthorn07. It is important to know if there are any interactions with medicines when getting any treatment. Neither seroquel nor progesterone are known to interfere with Botox. Botox in the forehead should not be associated with breathing changes. I recommend consulting with your doctor so he/she can review your medical history and medications prior to treatment. Good luck!

Encino Physician
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No Contraindication for Botox

The medications you take do not interfere with Botox treatments.  These are safe to take while having botox treatments.

Martin Jugenburg, MD
Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Hi Hawthorn07. There are no problems with having botox on those regular prescription medications. RegardsDamien

Botox injection and medications

No reason to be worried. Seroquel and progesterone DO NOT interact with Botox. Enjoy your Botox results!

Botox interaction

Thank you for your question. Botox should not have any interaction with either of the medications you listed. It is injected and works directly on the muscle it is injected into, it will not cause any problems with breathing.

Francis Johns, MD
Greensburg Plastic Surgeon
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Meds with Botox

Neither of these medications will affect the safety or efficacy of the Botox treatment to your forehead. Please consult an experienced board certified physician for your treatment. Best wishes.

Kristin Baird, MD
Longmont Dermatologic Surgeon
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Drugs and Botox

Botox would not interfere with either of these drugs and neither will they affect the Botox'; however, Seroquil is a very strong medication for insomnia and you may be able to get away with a drug less toxic

Melvin Elson, MD
Nashville Dermatologist
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