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New wrinkles in use of Botox
Among the conditions for which numerous specialists go off label with Botox:
- Urinary incontinence
- Jaw tightness/spasms
FDA Approves Botox to Treat Chronic Migraines
WebMD Health News
Oct. 18, 2010 -- Botox, famous for smoothing out wrinkles on the face -- has been approved by the FDA to treat chronic migraine headaches in adults.
The FDA says Botox injections have been shown to be effective in the prevention of migraines which are debilitating headaches that cause intense pulsing or throbbing pain and affect about 12% of Americans.
Botox May Put Brakes on Overactive Bladder
Web MD Health News
Oct. 4, 2012 -- Injections of Botox may be as good as pills for putting the brakes on an overactive bladder.
Overactive bladder is marked by a sudden, uncontrollable urge to urinate, which can lead to the involuntary loss of urine, called urge incontinence. Botox works by relaxing the bladder muscle. It is already FDA-approved to treat urinary incontinence due to overactive bladder related to nerve damage from conditions such as multiple sclerosis and spine injury.
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What is a BOTOX® treatment?
"BOTOX® treatments", or "BOTOX® injection treatments" are a therapeutic muscle-relaxing agent that works at motor nerve endings (nerves that lead to muscles). BOTOX®® Cosmetic is a drug used for the temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe glabellar lines (frown lines). These frown lines come from muscles called corrugator and/or procerus muscles. The BOTOX® injection treatment is the name used for the process of injecting the Botox cosmetic product into the patient.
BOTOX® injection treatments were approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for cosmetic use in April 2002. (It has been approved for the treatment of several medical conditions since 1989.) BOTOX® is a trade name for botulinum toxin A. BOTOX® is related to botulism.
BOTOX® injection treatments are successfully used to treat blepharospasm and strabismus, and BOTOX® treatments are also proven useful in treating cervical dystonia -- these are all conditions that in some way involve spasms, involuntary muscle contractions. Within a few hours to a couple of days after the botulinum toxin is injected into the affected muscle(s), the spasms or contractions are reduced or eliminated altogether. The effects of BOTOX® treatments are not permanent, reportedly lasting anywhere from three to eight months. By injecting the toxin directly into a certain muscle or muscle group, the risk of the BOTOX® injection treatments spreading to other areas of the body is greatly diminished.
When BOTOX® -- botulinum toxin A -- is injected into the muscles surrounding the eyes, for instance, those muscles can not "scrunch up" for a period of time. They are paralyzed. So the wrinkles in that area, often referred to as "crow's-feet," temporarily go away.
Therapeutic Uses for Botox Cervical Dystonia (head and neck problems):
Cervical dystonia or CD, also known as spasmodic torticollis, is a form of focal dystonia. It is also the most common form of focal dystonia. CD is characterized by abnormal movements or postures of the neck and head. Although CD may become apparent at any age, symptoms usually begin between the ages 20 to 60 years. Women are affected approximately twice as commonly as men are.
Cervical Dystonia (video)
Botox for Back Pain: Botox is used for many conditions apart from wrinkle relief, including back pain. Because of its freezing effects on muscle.
Cerebal Palsy: http://www.cerebralpalsysource.com/About_CP/botox_cp/index.html
Botox for Overactive Bladder http://www.uchospitals.edu/specialties/urology/services/botox.html
Botox Decreases Pain And Intensity Of Post-Stroke Spasticity
Spasmodic Dysphonia (voice problems):
Actual Treatment Method (video)
Physicians who treat this disease
Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
"All new medical products (drugs, biologics, and devices) must receive FDA review and clearance or approval before they can be marketed in the United States." Global Engagement - U.S. Food and Drug Administration April 4, 2012
*Meds 4 Less offers only USFDA inspected Botox, manufactured by Allergan Pharmaceuticals of Westport, Mayo, Ireland and Juvederm products manufactured by Allergan of Pringy, France. These products do not originate from Allergan Inc., the United States distributor of Botox.
** All purchasers must affirm this product is for personal use only, is not for resale or commercial distribution and is no more than a ninety (90) day supply.
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