I am prescribed seroquel for insomonia and progesterone for hyperplasia, are these safe with having forehead botox?
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Concern for medication interaction associated with Botox treatment
Thank you for your question. As you have pointed out, it is essential for your treating doctor to make you aware of any known possible interactions between medications prior to your treatment. It is reassuring that both Seroquel and Progesterone have not be reported to interact with Botox treatments. In addition, Botox treatment to the forehead should not be associated with breathing changes directly, but rather this may be related to possible anxiety associated with undertaking Botox treatment. I would advise for you to consult with your treating doctor so that your medical history and medications can be reviewed prior to the treatment and attend your follow up review so that any post treatment concerns can be addressed.
For further information on Botox and possible side effects, please refer to the following web reference to the manufacturer's (Allergen) medication guide on Botox.
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!
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No reason to be worried. Seroquel and progesterone DO NOT interact with Botox. Enjoy your Botox results!
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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.
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