... several hours later. It's been about 10 days, and my symptoms are getting worse (headache, nausea, sinus problems, body aches and pains, neck glands feel swollen, low-grade fever.) I feel poisoned. Could this be from the Dysport? If it is, is there anything I can do to make this go away? Should I report this to my doctor?
In studies using Dysport for cosmetic use, common side effects included: Symptoms of the common cold, such as a runny nose and sore throat -- in up to 10% of people; Headache -- up to 9%; Upper respiratory tract infection -- up to 3%; Pain at the injection site -- up to 3%; Skin reaction at the injection site -- up to 3%; Swollen eyelids -- up to 2%; Droopy eyelids -- up to 2%; Nausea -- up to 2%; Sinus infection -- up to 2% & Blood in the urine -- up to 2%.
Some other side effects reported were: Fatigue -- up to 12%; Impaired facial movement -- up to 11% & Headache -- up to 11%
You need to seek advice from the doc/pharmacist who prescribed the med. he/she would be the best person to provide solutions to your side effects using Dysport.
Take care, best wishes!
- Dysport Information for Consumers
- Dysport Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Dysport (detailed)
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