What are botox side effects?
The most common botox side effects are bruising and swelling .Bruises are mostly common around the eyes and some people are prone to them while others are not. It may take 2 days after the injection for a bruise to be shown on the skin surface.When it is injected wrongly on the forehead or around the eyes, it can hit the nerves and travel to the adjacent areas hence causing other temporal side effects such as droopy eyelids, numbness and muscle twitching. The substance can also migrate to other areas that was not intended.
Botulinum toxin type A is a poison, so if it spreads beyond the muscle that is intended, it can cause symptoms that are typical of botulism. These side effects may include difficulty breathing, slurring your speech, swallowing difficulties and weakness in other muscles. These are serious side effects, so report them to your physician immediately
Side effects of botox on forehead
When the Botox injection is performed on the forehead, it may migrate to the eyebrows hence causing the drooping effects to the eyes. This effect is temporal but it may last even for a month before resuming to their normal position.
When the injection is inserted into the muscles of forehead, it may hit a blood vessel to cause a bruise. An internal bleeding may be slow and it may take time for the bruise to be shown on the surface of skin.
Side effects of botox around the eyes
Botox injection may cause blurred vision, double vision, and decreased eyesight, eye drooping, tearing eyes, dry eyes and swelling of the eyes after an injection or few days after later. Because it is essentially relaxing the muscles in the face, Botox can make it difficult to focus vision on near or far objects, or both. Drugs.com reports this as a temporary side effect. Herniated fat pad under eye may get worse after botox injection. lower lid needs some tension in it to hold fat pad in place. It is relaxed by botox so the fat will prolapse more and be more visible. When Botox effects wear off the problem will resolve.
Long term botox side effects
Botox is safe short- and long-term. Moreover, Botox for wrinkles uses a much smaller dose than patients receive for muscle spasticity. Those patients who’ve been receiving large doses of Botox for other functional problems also have not had problems further supporting