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Botox side effects

Botox side effectsBotox can result in death due to respiratory failure, even when used in low doses due to its ability to travel far from the place of injection. Botox can have the adverse effect of spreading to other parts of the body which could cause muscle weakness, swallowing difficulties, pneumonia, speech disorders and breathing problems.
Botox stands for "Clostridium botulinum type A neurotoxin complex", and is after plutonium the most potent poison known to man. It stands to reason, therefore, that Botox has side effects associated with it.
Commonly reported side effects of Botox include pain, soreness or bruising at the injection site, Rash or itching, fever, flu-like symptoms and painful swallowing of difficulty swallowing.
Cerebral palsy patients can experience Botox side effects such as urinary incontinence, ear infections, tingling and rashes.
Many deaths have been blamed on Botox, and several lawsuits have been filed as a consequence. Even the use of Botox to remove wrinkles has resulted in the death of an elderly lady who suffered from the Botox side effect of difficulty breathing and swallowing, and who lost weight as a result until she died.
One of the most horrific Botox side effects is the loss of the ability to swallow, leading to a slow death of starvation and dehydration. Many hundreds of life-threatening Botox complications have been reported recently in the US alone.
Off-label Botox use such as to treat limb spasticity has lead to a FDA warning about its possible Botox harmful side effects.
Other, more benign side effects of Botox are droopy eyelids, respiratory infection, nausea, headaches, flu-like symptoms and bruising at the treatment site. The rarest Botox side effect symptoms are muscle weakness, facial pain and redness at the injection site.

This is our research on the alleged dangers of Botox / adverse effects of Botox and not medical advice!

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