BOTOX FOR SWEATING
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How Does Botox Treat Excessive Sweating?
Botox works by blocking nerve activities that contribute to eccrine gland production. It subsequently prevents these glands from producing sweat. Treatment effects last about seven months before repeat administration is required.
Where Is Botox Administered?
Your doctor will use dye to determine where sweating is most excessive before administering Botox injections. A patient generally receives between 10 and 15 injections, all of which are about 1cm apart. The treatment takes about 30 minutes.
How Soon Will I Feel The Effects?
Effects of Botox for excessive sweating are usually noticeable within the first week following treatment.
How Effective Is Botox In Treating Hyperhidrosis?
Botox has shown to cut excessive sweating in half in 95% of patients.
Are There Side Effects?
Side effects of Botox are generally mild and may include slight weakness in hand muscles if injected into the palms, though it usually disappears after a few days.
How Is Candidacy Determined?
You’ll have to discuss your symptoms with your doctor to determine if Botox for excessive sweating is right for you. However, it is not recommended for pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, and those with muscle or nerve disorders. It is also considered unsuitable for anyone on muscle or nerve-related medication, and for people with neuromuscular disease, Lambert-Eaton syndrome, or Myasthenia Gravis.
Is The Procedure Painful?
Botox injections don’t cause severe pain, however many doctors provide anaesthetic creams containing lidocaine to make the session more comfortable.
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