Medicine Overview of Botox Injection
Side Effects of Botox are Headache, Injection site pain, Tiredness, Neck pain, Dryness in mouth.
Your doctor or nurse will give you this medicine. Kindly do not self administer.
Botox 50 IU Injection is a protein made by a type of bacteria (Clostridium botulinum type A). It works by blocking the release of a chemical (acetylcholine). This temporarily weakens nerve activity in the muscles around your bladder and relieves symptoms such as urinary urgency and frequency. It also blocks pain signals in migraine and treats various types of involuntary muscle contractions.
In Depth Information on Botox Injection
- Botox 50 IU Injection prevents headaches in people with chronic migraines and treats various other problems such as muscle spasms and wrinkles.
- It can prevent migraines before they even start.
- Your doctor will give you many injections spread over different sites, depending on your condition.
- It may cause swallowing, speaking, or breathing problems. Inform your doctor if you develop trouble swallowing, slurred speech, loss of bladder control, or breathing difficulties.
Botox Injection related warnings
Interaction with alcohol is unknown. Please consult your doctor.
WEIGH RISKS VS BENEFITS
Botox 50 IU Injection may be unsafe to use during pregnancy.
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
Botox 50 IU Injection is probably safe to use during lactation.
Limited human data suggests that the drug does not represent a significant risk to the baby.
Do not drive unless you are feeling well.
You may experience temporary blurred vision or muscle weakness following treatment with Botox 50 IU Injection and this may affect your ability to drive.
There is limited information available on the use of Botox 50 IU Injection in patients with kidney disease. Please consult your doctor.
There is limited information available on the use of Botox 50 IU Injection in patients with liver disease. Please consult your doctor.
Questions Related to Botox
Pain in left thigh while getting up from chair and stepping for 3 to 4 steps and paining during walking taken PCM 1000 @ 12 hly for 5 days with mecobalamine (pevisca plus) in evening
Dr. Sunil Sekhri
You need to get yourself examined in clinic to rule out muscle spasm or Radiculopathy. Treatment will depend on diagnosis . Do Hot fomentation, avoid forward bending and apply Ointment Omnigel
Sometimes I suddenly feel like I am going to faint with Dizziness and Vertigo and whole face and neck start sweating. Then gets pain in back of the head and back of Neck. Presently its paining. Feels little weak in body. Also suffering from a heaviness behind eyes with headache in Forehead and temple from last 10 days after using PC and Mobile too much. Have lil vometing tendency. Yesterday BP - 110/75 Today BP- 130/80 Persistent disease- Spondylitis (loss of cervical lordosis and paraspinal muscle spasm) AND Allergic rhinitis. Pls help.
Dr. Sunil Sekhri
Could be because of muscle fatigue due to excessive use of PC and mobile. You also need to do neck exercises which you can learn from a Physiotherapist . For rhinos take tab Loridin 1 tab OD x 3 days
User Submitted Feedback For Botox 50 IU Injection
How much was the improvement? What are you using Botox Injection for?
Survey Participants: 5
“The following are the results of on-going survey on 1mg.com for Botox 50 IU Injection. These results only indicate the perceptions of the website users. Please base your medical decisions only on the advice of a doctor or a registered medical professional.”
Frequently asked questions about Botox Injection
Q. Botox an agonist or antagonist?
No it is neither an agonist nor antagonist. Botox is a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It acts by blocking the activity of chemical (acetylcholine) in the brain
Yes, Botox causes neurotoxicity
Q. How does Botox cause paralysis?
Botox interferes with neural transmission by blocking the release of a chemical acetylcholine, the principal neurotransmitter at the neuromuscular junction, causing muscle paralysis.
One of the following vendor pharmacies will deliver Botox 50IU Injection: RWL, SVS, RPA, MJT, QTM, EQN, GMA, DRA, 1MH, FRS, MOM, AYU, PSF, SBA, PLT, JHC, KAL, YAG, SPF, DYG, HMP, AGT, PHN, VHP, GHR, TAP, NXG, LIP, KHP, BRC, NXT, PPR, MAP, PMA, AVS, HBV, DLY, KIS, DPL, ANT, NVL, MRS, PNT, WHL, CLT, EMB, HTS, BGS, SDM, GBL, GTC, MKS, SLC, DZY, VDH, PSE, VOP, BAP, KNH, FIP, IPP, RSA, OWP, SPD, HIP, SWP, SPV, FGH, RWP, HSM, STA, PRN, JIV, TOM, GLM, EAN, RYL, SMS, ALC, UPA, ENP, BSL, SRG, IPL, GNC, KLC, DFP, WAD, USF, KMC, STS, WHP, NLP, PVP, OLT, SNH, RVC, SVH, RHS, BHA, BIO, AYN, NVY, CRN, NDP, NAS, SBN, NEW, MKT, SAA, HTV, BSN, MKE, PWN, DPP, SLN, AMH, NPS, HCP, AFT, SGH, MDO, BJP, TAT, RHL, BNA, CMD, CPK, LHA, BJR, MLC, NPH, HEX, 4IT, BNT, SBL, SNG, ATP, NFP, SGC, KIM, AHP, SDE, ASP, CMC, BKB, CZT, OHM, GPT, APS, AXM, BLP, AAY, VJS, WSI, UMP, MPC, INC, ANP, MDI, BBN, DVH, ANS, RGH, IAD, APT, NWP, MDH, RDR, MAX, DLP, SHD, ZPR, OBS, SAH, MAM, NTL, LHP, SHG, ALY, SSI, HNP, JJE, HWS, ESY, USM, JSL, AYM, BTM, MBP, WPL, BNC, BHM, PRC, NLC, AAR, GGL, GPP, KHH, RAC, DAO, BLE, JBT, KHD, BMJ, AVL, VRS, DHR, RPI, SCH, PRL, FRM, KHC, GLD, MTD, SIO, OIP, TSS, BAL, SSS, HLT, VSC, AVB, RHW, LMS, EVP, MSD, PEN, IMC, MFN, RDH, NTB, LCC, QLF, NNP, HSP, UHP, EPS, DHP, BDI, RST, RRP, SYN, VNS, SCP, SHN, VVN, RTL, PHC, AGP, MTM, AAA, GDA, GFL, SMN, SAF, THP, DYL, PTP, NSL, VTR, BHP, JVO, SHC, MDN, VSL, XMX, SWA, CTP, RPP, SJP, EEC, ZVP, BBS, ABP, SOF, AMR, PRT, HPP, NEO, NLG, ZEL, ADT, RKS, JVN, OMV, GEO, OWN, HGI, HZF, HAT, HPC, ARD, PTI, BLS, UVD, BHS, TNH, MIP, PNQ, AMM, ATL, 9MM, DGN, WDE