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Where is the Botox injected/applied/?? to help prevent migraines?

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DzooBaby 20 May 2011

Usually in the muscles around the face and neck that get tight during the headaches.

Inactive 25 May 2011

I saw a Neurologist yesterday, he mentioned the Botox injections. He said injections would be in the neck and sveral places on the scalp of the head. I am not having this done...

PurpleMuse 3 Jul 2011

I had Botox for migraines a little more than a week ago. My injections were across my forhead (over eyebrows), several places on my temples (both sides), several areas around the base of my skull where it meets with the spine. I also had several put into the muscles at the top of my shoulders. free discount card

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