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Dr Singh who runs his botox clinic in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, in his latest blog shares his thoughts on the possible side effects associated with botox.

Side Effects of using Botox®

Botox® treatments are well tolerated and have very few side effects. Botox® injections are extremely safe when undertaken by an experienced and qualified doctor. The most common side effects reports by individuals include some swelling or bruising around where the injection was applied, headaches or flu-like symptoms. If the Botox® injections are not applied correctly, the toxin may spread to surrounding tissues and causing the following problems:

Eyelid droop
Cockeyed eyebrows
Crooked smile
Dry eye or excessive tearing

There have also been a number of other side effects that can potentially occur when undertaking botox procedures, such as:

Mild injection discomfort
Swelling around the injection or treatment area
Numbness around the injection area
Headache
Malaise – general feeling of uneasiness or ‘being of sorts’
Mild nausea
Temporary upper lid or brow ptosis
Weakness of the lower eyelid
Neck weakness or stiffness
Diplopi – known as double vision
Bleeding in the area where the injection was administered
Blurred vision
Drooping of the eyelids
Decreased eyesight
Dry mouth
Fatigue
Rashes
Wheezing or difficulty breathing
As always, if you are worried please call your doctor immediately.

For more information about botox hertfordshire, please call us on 0800 006 2266.

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