Eyelid droop 60 days after Botox...
Your new-onset eyelid droop 60 days after Botox treatment is UN-likely due to the Botox treatment. I would see an neurologist to fully evaluate your condition.
Botox and Droopy Eye
A droop from Botox would be highly unusual 60 days later. I would recommend you consult a neurologist to make certain that you do not have an underlying neurological problem. Please let me know.
Botox and droopy eye
It is unlikely that Botox has anything to do with your droopy eye at this point in time. You should see your doctor or a neurologist for this.
Although eyelid droop can be cause from neurotoxin treatment, this would be noted in the first two weeks and gradually get better. After 60 days, there is no chance it is a direct cause of the toxin. Given your history of improvement as the day goes on, you should see a neurologist or opthamologist or PMR physician, as all specilaize in weekness of muscles and nerves around the eye. There is a condition called myasthenia gravis that can present like this. Regardless, the cosmetic treatment is not at fault here. Please follow up with your general physicians. I wish you the best of luck, Dr. Emer.
Drooping eyelid or eyebrow after Botox will be seen within 2 weeks, not 60 days.
The effects of Botox take about 10 days to be fully appreciated. At 60 days, it is already starting to wear off. There are 2 different problems that can occur, drooping of the eyelid or lid ptosis, and drooping of the eyebrow, brow ptosis. If the forehead is injected incorrectly - (too much, too low, in a poor candidate for the injection), the brows will fall. If the Botox is placed too close to the brow, some could leak down into the elevator of the eyelid and cause the lid to fall. This is a major cosmetic problem that reverses over a few weeks. In any event, you need to see an eye doctor to see why there is drooping that is unrelated to your Botox injections.
Droopy Eye after Botox.
Hi DC. If your eye were going to droop in response to a Botox injection, it would not take 60 days to do so, rather it would happen within a week of injection. What you are describing would be unrelated to Botox and you should go to your general practitioner to be evaluated.
Botox and eye droop
Botox, on average takes effect within a week. The muscles remain weak for approximately 3-4 months. You did not indicate where the Botox was injected (corrugator or forehead) but either way the result would be diminishing by sixty days. Eye droop occurs usually 4 to 10 days after injection. Depending on location of injection, the eyelid may gradually increase movement, moving up within two weeks after injection. I am not aware of 60 day late onset of Botox. You may need to seek medical attention. This heavy lid may be the result of another cause.
Eyes drooping after Botox
If too much Botox is injected into the forehead, the muscle which elevates the brow can become too weak to function well and cause a droopy eyebrow/eyelid.
BOTOX WITH DROOPY EYE
It is extremely unlikely that a droopy eye is a result of botox 60 days following treatment. This could represent a significant health issue, so consult your primary doctor or neurologist as soon as possible.