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Painful innercourse since having Botox?

Posted 12 days ago by Neveragain17 0 answers

I had botox in my bladder on May 26th. Since then I have been on antibiotics for 4 weeks due to reoccurring UTI's - the last one for 2 weeks and it was the last oral antibiotic that showed in my culture that might work - after this I am looking at IM only. My question is - has anyone else ...

I had Botox a week ago, since my face has had a really itchy, burning rash, what should I use to...

Posted 8 Jun 2017 by AMC67 1 answer

... stop it burning and itching. I have tried witch hazel, calamine lotion and Eurax. I have been having Botox for 5 years and have never reacted to it before.

I've had severe fatigue. Can botox for migraines cause this?

Posted 20 May 2017 by Kblovie 1 answer

... fatigue from shots?

I've had migraines for 20+ yrs. Been on alot. I'm allergic to triptans. I've done the botox thing?

Posted 8 May 2017 by Mom2eli 2 answers

... with no help. What are some of the stronger meds for pain? Any help is greatly appreciated

How long does Botox take to wear off in the bladder I had it done 8 1/2 months ago and retenton?

Posted 29 Apr 2017 by Lorraine11 0 answers

I have had constant UTI's and constant different antibiotics with urosepsis. It has caused my overall physical health to deteriorate due to the stress of going to A & E with infections that are resistant to certain antibiotics!

Have been in status migrainosus for 2+ years; nothing will break it (chronic migraines w/aura for?

Posted 21 Apr 2017 by MakeADifference 0 answers

... 13+), headache specialist is not helping. Extreme light/sound/smell sensitivity, nausea, head alodynia. Currently receiving Botox/nerve blocks (alternating) every three months; daily meds: Topomax, verapamil, memantine, feverfew and CoQ10, plus Imitrex/Naprosyn as further "abortives" ...

Botox for migraines, fighting for treatment?

Posted 28 Mar 2017 by Sophia1022 2 answers

Hi, I have been a Chronic migraine sufferer since I was 14. Now more convinced I have cluster headaches. I am on all the usual meds (Topamax, Triptans, Fiorcet) and tons of anti anxiety meds. I just finished a Medrol Steroid pack and while the migraines have decreased in intensity I am still ...

Dysport vs Botox: What's the difference?

Posted 12 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by

Dysport and Botox both have cosmetic uses. But what is the difference between these botulinum toxins?

When I stopped Botox my headache increased?

Posted 4 Mar 2017 by Eckosmom 1 answer

I had been taking Botox shots for 6 months when my insurance company decided not to pay no more. The shots did help. Now months later my migraines are a lot more intense, with nausea & dizziness. Is this normal? Should I call my neurologist?? Any suggestions would be great. Thanks

Botox - How many people with cervical dystopia also have insomnia?

Posted 27 Feb 2017 by Tturtle 1 answer

Can't sleep without hypnotics was just wondering if others with my condition experienced it

I have tried all types of pills including Myrbetriq for my incontinence (see below for more of ?)?

Posted 15 Jan 2017 by BladderGal 0 answers

I have had numerous DMSO treatments, doctor "invented"installations and botox. Nothing has helped. Are there any alternatives left or do I just keep on smiling and going in my diaper anywhere and anytime?

Did Botox help with migraines?

Posted 3 Dec 2016 by Survivor22 1 answer

I suffer severe migraines from a TBI. My neurologist has tried me on so many medicines , Topamax, Depakote , verapamil, etc. Nothing has worked. So my last appointment with him he said all we can do now is Botox injection. I would like all the feedback I can to give me an idea of what to expect and ...

Botox mechanism of action?

Posted 13 Nov 2016 by anni_claire 0 answers

Mechanism of action of botox. What order does this go in? 1. Botox is injected 2. Btx attaches to receptors in the nerve synapse 3. Cleaves a protein (SNAP-25) at the neuromuscular junction 4. Release of acetylcholine into the synaptic cleft is blocked 5. The snare complex is incapacitated 6. New ...

Overactive Bladder- medicine hasn't affected symptoms, what can I do?

Posted 11 Oct 2016 by Jamierae123 1 answer

I'm a teenager in secondary school and I'm unable to hold urine for over an hour at the best of times. Trying to sit through classes is impossible. I also suffer from the inability to hold in wind as a result of the pressure of my overactive bladder. I suffer regularly from utis and as a ...

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