Have not responded to several medication (myrbetriq) currently. Botox has been suggested but it is done in the office. I have read reports of great discomfort. I personally know the discomfort of injections of medication that " numbs" u. I'm not sure which one is worse. Being tied home due to severe incontance or being numbed. Is it always done in the office? Can I request any other options to the procedure?
If you are getting Botox in a sensitive area, they should anesthetize you--that is put you under enough that you feel no pain. A friend of mine had Botox in her vagina. They told her that it would put her in a twilight zone, but she never knew that it happened. I would have an appointment to get more information about how the procedure would be done. Yes, Botox does hurt in my forehead and in the very bottom of my foot, but such brief pain for a split second for each injection is so much better than the migraines and toe clenching that I suffer from. The other injections in my head, neck and shoulders don't bother me. I do think that it is worth looking into. If you have already had the procedure or have already investigated it, would you be kind enough to let me know? Thanks. Sara
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