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Our experts have answered 3 questions about Botulinum toxin therapy. These are the most popular ones:

What are the side effects and possible complications of Botox procedures?

Mr. Ayman Fouad MBBCh, MSc, MRCOG, MD's answer: Most common side effect is urinay retention

What does this the Botilinum toxin therapy involve?

Mr. Paul Fiadjoe's answer: Botox can be used to treat bladder overactivity and bladder pain syndrome that has not responded to other medical treatments. Treatment involves using a telescope to look into the bladder and inject into the inner layer of the bladder wall at about 20-30 sites. This can be done...

Do you really inject botulism into your skin when you get a botox injection?

Mr. Hagen Schumacher's answer: Botox or botulinum toxin is the most potent nerve agent and produced by a bacterium called clostridium botulinum. This toxin can be produced commercially and diluted. Since this preparation does not contain the bacterium, no excess toxin can be produced. In commercially...

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