Botox or fillers?
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Unfortunately Botox is contraindicated for patients with a neuromuscular disease. Drooping of the eyelids is NOT an expected outcome of an expert injector, and it is not reversible, however it is not permanent as it's effect should wear off in about 3-4 months.
Best of luck to you.
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Injectables and MS
You should always check with your treating physician with any underlying medical or neurologic problem if you are a candidate. Best, Dr. Green
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Botulinum toxin of any kind is contraindicated if you have Myasthenia Gravis. Botox injected too close to your eyelids, and the main muscle that raises your eyelids can cause drooping eyelid and unfortunately is not reversible. You should always consult with your neurologist. Dermal fillers on the other hand carry no risk with myasthenia gravis. Best to you, Dr Faraz