This is not a completed list of Botox side effects as others may occur.
Can you use Botox for migraines while pregnant?
At this time there is no sufficient amount of data to understand the risks of Botox for pregnant women or nursing mothers.
Treatment Process for Migraines
On average, each Botox treatment requires 32 injections. Injections are required every twelve weeks and should start to see the full results of the treatment in approximately one week after injections. The average patient will receive 5 treatments of the course of 15 months to manage the migraines. Botox effects can last from weeks to months. However, there are no guarantees with the use of Botox treatments and results will vary from patient to patient.
After several treatments patients say they have less headaches from month to month. Stop the risk of Botox injections and fix the cause of your migraines with drug free solutions while severely reducing or eliminating muscle spasms .
A Real TMJ Pain Relief Solution
If your suffering from episodic migraines, tension headaches, and even severe chronic migraines. This may be related to your temporomandibular joint (TMJ), a TMJ disorder. Additional symptoms include, but not limited to, jaw pain, fibromyalgia, locking jaw, eye pain, worn or chipped teeth, and more. Discover living pain free and stop just managing the pain. Schedule your consultation today.
You can also learn more through our patient education articles and patient stories on the pros and cons of Botox for migraines, and alternative drug free solutions, along with the latest advanced treatment options to illuminate your headaches and migraines caused from TMJ disorder all together.