Botox Injections for Sweat
Alternative to Botox Injections for Hyperhidrosis could be Aluminum salt antiperspirants, ETS surgery or Oral medications.
The area on the body to be treated is first numbed using a special topical cream. A few drops of Botox are injected with a tiny needle superficially under the skin. Botox blocks the nerve impulse from reaching that area, and as a result, the sweat glands are inactivated.
Dramatic responses to Botox Injections for Hyperhidrosis (or what we refer as botox injections for sweat) are often seen within a few days. However, the results are in most cases temporary and may need to be repeated after 3 to 6 months.
This procedure is one of the safest available. Botox has been used safely and successfully in ophthalmology for over 12 years and for wrinkle therapy for almost 10 years. It has been approved by the FDA for neurological disorders. In the amounts used for this therapy, the only possible side effects are temporary and localized to the area of injection. However, medical treatment is not an exact science and the degree of the improvement is variable. Occasionally there is no improvement and another form of treatment may be required.
Nearly all patients continue their routine daily activity immediately after the Botox treatment.
When Botox is injected there is an initial minor sting for a few seconds. Once the injection is complete, there is usually no discomfort.
Do not take Aspirin or Ibuprofen-like medications for 1 week before Botox Hyperhidrosis treatment.
After Botox Treatment Instructions 1.Avoid lying down or massaging the treated area for 4 hours after treatment. 2.Do not exercise for 24 hours. 3.If you get a headache (as some people do for few hours after the treatment) you may take a Tylenol, unless otherwise advised by your physician. 4.You will notice the effect of the Botox for Hyperhidrosis in 5 to 10 days