Thank you for your question.
It is unlikely that they are related. I'd recommend booking an appointment with your medical doctor for an assessment.
All the best.
Thank you for your question. Sometimes
there may be swelling, but consult with your doctor so that the area can be
Botox not related to welt
It is very unlikely that the Botox traveled from your
forehead to under your eye. There is a chance that it can migrate once
injected, but only in high doses. The most common thing that would
happen is there would be Eyelid Droop (Ptosis). This is above the
eye though, so the welt that you present in the picture does not seem directly
related to the Botox.
It seems very unlikely that Botox caused a welt in an area days later which was distant to where the Botox was injected. I would consult a board certified dermatologist to examine the area to determine the best treatment. Best, Dr. Green
While it is possible to get a local reaction or even a bruise from Botox, a distant "welt" is not likely. Best to se your doctor.
Eyelid swelling following Botox
It's unlikely that the swelling of your left lower eyelid us caused by the Botox injection. If the swelling persists, consult your medical doctor.
Botox would not cause a distant swelling after injection so this is some other type of issue. your family doctor should be able to help with this
Lower Eyelid Swelling After Botox to Forehead
If the Botox was injected into the forehead and glabella, it is unlikely to be the cause of lower eyelid swelling as it would not travel that far after injection.
It is possible to get a bruise at the local site of Botox. In your case that would be in the frown area. The welt under your eye would not be from that. If it is itchy, and from looking at the picture, it is possibly an insect bite. The only real way that could be from getting Botox is if you were bitten by the bug while getting the injection...
Enjoy the Botox, it works great!
Lower eyelid swelling after Botox between brows
It is not likely that Botox injected between the brows is responsible for swelling or itching of the lower eyelid.