Is nausea and neck pain common with Dysport in the chin area? If so, how long till it goes away?

Doctor Answers 6


This reaction is not related to Dysport. If you believe there's some association speak with your injector and discuss your concerns.

Warmest regards, Dr. ALDO

Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
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Nausea and Neck Pain after Dysport

No. It is not common to have nausea and pain with Dysport. This is just coincidental. Please discuss your symptoms with your treating physician.

Hardik Soni, MD
Summit Emergency Medicine Physician
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Patients who are undergoing injections with neuromodulators to reduce muscle activity should be well educated as to the indications for treatment, the actions of the medications and the expected timing to see results. Talk with you plastic surgeon about the potential side effects and have a plan for what to do if the results are not what you had hoped for. Remember, this is a medication which limits muscle activity, it is not liquid magic. 

R. Brannon Claytor, MD, FACS
Bryn Mawr Plastic Surgeon
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Dysport and Other Symptoms Like Nausea

No it is not common to have internal symptoms from local injection of dysport.  It is likely coincidental.  Please see your physician.  Best, Dr. Emer.

Jason Emer, MD
Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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Nausea and neck pain after Dysport?

No, this is not common and is unrelated to the Dysport. I would discuss with your injector though.

Steven F. Weiner, MD
Panama City Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Dysport nasuea

Hello and thank you for your question, 

I'm sorry you're felling bad. Nausea and neck pain are not normal with Dysport treatment. Some patients react with anxiety to needles etc which can make you nauseated but is very rare. 

I recommend letting your injector know how you're feeling. 

Hope you feel better soon!

Dr. Robb

Philip K. Robb Jr., MD
Evans Otolaryngologist
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