Are headaches and pressure-like feeling around eye/eyes a side effect of Xeomin?
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Pain or Headaches after Xeomin
Headaches or Pain above the eyes is a common side effect. It usually only lasts a few days. The freezing effect of the Xeomin can make the forehead feel heavy. Tylenol or Motrin can help with the discomfort. It should go away within a week. If not, you should contact your provider.
Headaches common after first treatment of Xeonim, Dysport, and Botox
This is very common, especially after the first treatment. This is because muscles in the front are relaxed, and muscle action in the back is not. This lead to a 'tension headache'. This WILL settle within 3-4 days. You should not experience this will follow up treatments. This is not unique to Xeomin and can occur with Dysport and Botox injection. Not to worry. Dr Davin S. Lim, Laser and cosmetic dermatologist. Brisbane. Australia.
Headaches from Xeomin
It has reported that headaches is a side effect of neuromodulators like Xeomin. It usually lasts a few days. You can take Aleve or Tylenol to alleviate the headache. I recommend seeing your treating physician if the headache does not resolve in a few days.
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Headaches from Xeomin
Headaches can be a side effect of Xeomin. They should go away within a day or two but in the meantime you can use Advil or Tylenol. Since this was your first treatment the muscles are trying to readjust and this may cause muscle spasms & tension.
Headache post Xeomin or Botox treatment
Headaches are a potential side effect of neurotoxin injections and usually resolve in a few days. If this was your first treatment, the strong muscles on your forehead and around the eyes can try to readjust to the treatment and cause muscle spasms and tension. Use of Tylenol or Advil can alleviate. A light massage of the area may also help.
Botox, Dysport, Xeomin -- Headache Should Resolve
Headaches are sometimes reported as a side effect of a neuromodulator like Xeomin. It should resolve within a few days. If not, please see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
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