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Headaches

Attorney. Lawyer. Lawsuit. Message me.

Hello. I’m now 11 months out from my terrible botox experience. I’m looking for people with similar experiences as me who would be willing to let me give their information (or their situation, date of injection, diagnosis etc to start) when contacting attorneys.  Following detrimental botox injections I was hospitalized with botulism as well as autonomic dysfunction and respiratory failure on exertion as well as abnormal heart rhythms. After 3 months of home oxygen I was then diagnosed with heart failure. I’m still on medications to help and have an array of other side effects. 11 months out I’m positive I have permanent damage and I’d like to pursue this. Please email me privately on here. Thank you.

Insomnia

I would appreciate very much hearing from those of you who bega to experience insomnia shortly after botox injections.  I went from being a very healthy sleeper, to having insomnia, from one day to the next.  It was like a light switch was turned on.  I had injections two months ago and have a few other symptoms.  All have improved a slight bit, but not the insomnia.  The only improvement is that I can sleep 4 hours straight if I take 10 mg. of ambience (I tried with some of my husband’s).

It would be encouraging to hear from some of you who have struggled with insomnia, how you’re doing, what has helped, etc.

Thanks you.

 

3 year update

3 year update

 

Hi it has been 3 years since my injections. As I’ve mentioned before some of my major issues were the vestibular migraines meaning that I got dizzy and had head painI all along the right side of my face and head. I had eustation tube issues, loud humming in the right side of my head , anxiety swollen lymph nodes, neck pain, eye pain, pressure in my head . About a year ago I also had sudden hearing loss in my right ear .

I was put on 2400 mgs of nueronton and 100mgs of  Nortriptylin . Today most  of my symptoms are gone. I no longer have severe head pain, dizziness or blurred vision. After getting a steroid injection directly through the eardrum my hearing came back.  I no longer have anxiety or swollen lymph nodes. I do however still have tinnitus but it’s a lot lower. I still have to take the nortriptylin or my dizziness and migraine symptoms will come back. I also still have eustation issues but I hardly notice it anymore.

I believe my body reacted to the Botox by attacking itself. I notice that Botox is putting out there more and more side effects, I am glad to see that. I am like 90% back to my normal self . Thank god for the medication. I would say I felt better at the 1.5 mark maybe 2 year mark. Please hang in there it does get better with time. You may have some symptoms that don’t go away but the majority for me have cleared up.

Oxygen in drops anyone tried?

Hi all, just thought I will share with you I have also done bioresonance test now and it has shown botulinum toxin in my system stil.. Doctor who did the test has told me about Oxy Max Oxygen in drops to drink, she said people with Lyme get very good resuts with this and it could also be helpful for botulism toxin. Also I am going for consultation about ozonotherapy and high dosw of vitamin C in drip. Dont know if anyone tried that all yet but I thought it could be very helpful as Vit C is never absorbed fully by our system and terapeutic results are when given intravenously..

Here is link to Oxy drops

http://www.earthsbounty.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=1100-OXY_MAX

I will post about it when I get more info.

Sending all healing thoughts xoxo

Auto immune disease side effect and doctors don’t believe me – please reply

Hi. I am new here and wanting to reach out to other people who have received Botox injections for migraines and had negative reactions, and no doctors that believe them. I started injections in September 2014. I have not felt normal since then. For most of the school year, I just basically didn’t feel right and had an increase in intensity of daily headaches. As the year progressed, I felt worse and worse, with vague symptoms. I just didn’t feel right. Right around May, I began to experience a lot of pain and weakness in my joints (all of them). I also became very fatigued, sometimes sleeping up to 20 hrs a day. I am now diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and on disability. In September 2014, before I got my first Botox injections, I completed a 24 mile mountain bike ride. Now, a year and few months later, my husband has to help me up from the couch, I have to arrange for a driver, I can’t use the can opener. I feel positive that this is all from the Botox injections. I have asked every doctor that I have seen and none agree or even consider it a possibility. Has anyone else been diagnosed with an autoimmune disease after receiving Botox injections for migraines?

Thank you,

Feebee

I wish this was just a bad dream

Hi, I was injected with Juvederm Voluma XC in Jan. 2014. I had an indentation and crease that was repaired with Juvederm in Feb. 2014 and March 2014. The filler migrated to my nose area and my doctor used hyaluronadase to dissolve it in May 2014. I was wearing glasses 12 to 15 hrs a day and wasn’t told not to wear them. The doctor used more hyaluronadase June 2014 and it dispersed through my entire body. I own a hair salon and have been doing hair for 40 years. I never called in sick. I was not comfortable wearing my contacs or glasses so I took a year off work to find a doctor to help me. My skin tissues pulled around my right eye when doing any close up work and a muscle pulled in my right forehead when I cut hair, it was very painful. I have rosacea in my eyes and face and my legs,stomach,and back are swollen and inflamed. I have problems swallowing and burning in my stomach and chest.I am still looking for help after 1 year and 9 months. I am seeing an endocrinologist tomorrow because my lymphatic system is not working properly. I found out that Juvederm Voluma XC is crosslinked hyaluronic acid produced by Streptococcus equi bacteria. This bacteria is a disease found in horses. Strangles Disease. I am still living a nightmare but I haven’t given up. I will not give up. I realize this is a Botox Site and I read Katiedaily’s posts about Juvederm Ultra Plus and thought I would give this a try. Thanks so much for letting me share. I am so grateful.

Teeth related symptoms

I have been having some teeth related issues and want to know if anyone has any recommendations. Over the past 6 or 7 months I have noticed that my teeth have changed. There is more spacing between them and when I brush them they don’t feel the same. Also, there is a transparent look to them. I have been using a special toothpaste for enamel, but I don’t know if it is helping. I have also been taking a mineral supplement. Another support member has been having problems with teeth related sensitivity to eating cold foods and has had a tooth break off.
Thanks so much!
Wishing everyone lots of healing.
Kris

Botox injections 2 months ago, extreme facial pain in cheeks

I had botox injections 2 months ago.  He injected around my eyes, corner of mouth and top of my cheeks.  I also had some juvaderm at the bottom of my cheek and on my clown lines by mouth.  They gave me a ice pack to put on my face when I got home, which I did and I took the vitamin Arnica as they told me too.  That night my cheeks were sore to the touch and I couldn’t sleep on my stomach.  3 days later I started feeling sick.  I had headaches, stuffiness, nausea and flu like symptoms, also my hands became very stiff and I kept dropping things, and terrible hot flashes.  That next day I went to my GP, she examined me, I told her my symptoms, she checked my ears, she said I had a sinus infection, and fluid in my ear.  She gave me the Z pack.  I took that for 5 days.  I felt better for about a week, and then the symptoms came back.  My face hurting, cheeks still sore, nausea, headache, body aches, flu like symptoms.

I went back to the Dermatologist for a follow up and told him that I had a sinus infection and asked if the injections caused it and he said no and was no help to me.

2 weeks later I went back to my GP and she said I still had fluid in ear and she gave me a stronger antibiotic, Levofloxacin.  I took it for 4 days and I thought I was going to die!  I got terribly sick and couldn’t function.  I stopped taking it, and the next day I felt good.  But not for long.  Symptoms reappeared once again.

I am a healthy person and work out 3 days a week.  I’m in good shape and not overweight, and take care of myself.  So I don’t understand what is happening to me.

I decided to go to a ENT doctor.  I explained to him how I felt.  He examined me, and found nothing.  I told him I had botox and he said nothing.  He said I might have an infection deep in my head and I need a cat scan, but he prescribed a steroid for me to take for 10 days to see if that works.  I felt sick on and off with the pill.  I ended the pill 2 days ago and my face still hurts and I still have symptoms.  I have been putting ice packs on my cheeks and it helps a little.  Sometimes as I go through the day I feel better but as the day goes on my face starts to hurt again and I will get a headache and feel downright sick!

At this point I don’t know what to do.  I know its the botox that is making me feel this way.  There is no other explanation.  What can I do to get this poison out of my system?  Can anyone help me?  Thanks for listening.

 

 

Did BOTOX cause my CRPS (RSD)?

Hello.. I received BOTOX for about 4 years between my brows without any problems, as a matter of fact, I loved the results! The BOTOX cured my tension headaches, definitely decreased my migraines, as well as getting rid of the nasty frown line between my brows(that I had developed due to my head aches0). My last injection was on June 17, 2013. I had 33.5 units injected between my brows.  The first problem I noticed was my right eyelid seemed odd, not drooping but it almost looked swollen.  I contacted the injecting DR the next day, he had me go in and said that eye actually looked better, that I should wait at least two weeks for the final result.  A few days later I started noticing bladder issues and problems swallowing.  I called again and was told that those symptoms only happen to people who have much more BOTOX injected, that it wasn’t possible the BOTOX was causing these issues.   A couple of weeks later I noticed a triangular shaped dent in the center of my forehead.  That went away after a few weeks, but then a dent between my brows and one above my left brow appeared, approximately 10 weeks after the last injection. I contacted the DR again, he saw me and said I probably just needed more BOTOX. I declined! I went to about 6 plastic surgeons looking for help, almost all suggested more BOTOX. My eyelid still didn’t look right and the BOTOX wasn’t working well as it had in the past, so I declined.  I started getting strange head aches, I would get a sharp pain in my right eye then a horrid head ache that at times only lasted 30 minutes. I developed anxiety, severe depression, dry eyes and insomnia.  Melatonin would help me fall asleep, but I would only sleep a few hours then up the rest of the night.  The dents have continued to get worse and I HATE looking at myself in the mirror, they are all I see.  Frownies have helped somewhat but its very temporary.  This summer I had some foot pain (I had it for the last two years but it kept increasing)> I finally saw a Podiatrist who said it was a stress fracture&put a boot on me. A few weeks later I woke up in the middle of the night in severe pain, pain I’d NEVER had previously.  Saw the Podiatrist the next day, he said to stay off completely and try crutches. It just kept getting worse, I couldn;t even wear socks, it felt like the sock was crushing my foot. Back to the Dr who explained it had to be neuralgia& I needed to get in PT ASAP. Therapist did her eval, explained I have CRPS.  My nervous system was sending incorrect pain signals. Well, a few weeks later it spread to my other foot, then hands> I saw another Physical Therapist, she confirmed and also told me I have Raynauds (which is an auto immune disease).  I then went to a Neurologist, I didn’t want pain meds, just hoping for a different diagnosis and some help.  There is no cure for CRPS, and at the time I couldn’t even walk, I am a single mother with three daughters and couldn’t even work.  I was scared to death that I was going to be permanently disabled. I have pushed through the pain, and force myself to move every day. If I distract myself and try to do regular activities it seems to help. I stopped going to PT because I could no longer afford my health insurance because I wasn’t working.  I wake up at night with tingling in my hands, they are stiff and painful and seem to get stuck when I use them a lot. I  am posting now because I read a couple other people’s posts stating they have CRPS as well, I didn’t want to sound like a crazy woman but that’s how I’ve felt.  I have always been very healthy and active, the only time I started having problems was when I had that last injection. Every Dr I saw said it couldn’t be the BOTOX, except my PCP.  IF the BOTOX has caused this disabling condition, it should be listed as a possible side effect. It is the MOST painful thing I have experienced, and I have given birth to three babies, without drugs of any kind! The dents are very troubling as well. One DR did state that it was atrophy and I could wait a year or so, but they have only gotten worse.  If anyone has info, be it good or bad, I’d love to hear from you! I want answers.

Botox used to relax my esophagus pre surgery.

I started having an issue with food and liquid going past my esophagus into my stomach about a year ago.  Food would get stuck and liquid would refuse to go down.  My body would hiccup to help move it along or it would eventually go down with quite a bit of pain.  Finally, nothing seemed to be going down and I was waking each night literally drowning in liquid and food.  My doctor sent me to get an upper GI.  The diagnosis was “Achalasia”  my esophagus was literally closed and turned up into what is known as a birds beak.   I was admitted to the hospital and had an upper endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis.  The Gastro told me that I had to make a decision right away whether I wanted to do a “Botox” treatment or surgery.  I asked if he could explain both and he said he didn’t have time.  Later that evening I was being taken to do the “Botox” treatment.  I was told that since it was Memorial day weekend that there wouldn’t be anyone available for the surgery and that the Botox would relax my esophagus until the surgery could be performed.  No explanation on how it was done exactly or any info on side effects or future care or concerns.  Within a couple of days I started to have confusion issues.   By two weeks after the injection I was having pretty serious memory and confusion issues.  I was extremely fatigued and dizziness was starting to be more frequent.  I thought these symptoms were from lack of food and possibly dehydration.  There was some food and liquid going down but not what would be considered usual.  I work with Senior Citizens and know as a fact that quite often major surgeries have been shelved for folks over 80 due to the fact that anesthesia can bring on dementia.  I personally have known quite a few over 80’s that have had anesthesia induced dementia.  So I thought that the problems I was having was from lack of nutrition, liquid and having anesthesia two times in one day for the “Achalasia” confirmation and treatment (Botox).  I scheduled my surgery, called a “Heller-Myotomy” for a little over 3 weeks from the Botox treatment.  I had an event that I was putting on that needed my attention before I could take the time off.  It ended up being the most stressful event of my entire marketing career.  I couldn’t figure out how to organize anything.  The day of the event I was so stressed, dizzy, confused, fatigued and was so filled with anxiety I didn’t think I was going to make it through the day.  After the event, which was a fundraiser, I couldn’t even add up a stack of checks that needed to be turned in before I was off for a couple of weeks to a month for my “Heller-Myotomy”.   Before I went in to the surgery the Anesthesiologist came by to see if I had any questions.  I told her that I was very concerned to go under anesthesia again due to the extreme confusion and memory issues I was experiencing since the two times three weeks earlier under anesthesia.  We decided since I couldn’t eat or drink I needed the surgery.  After the surgery I was extremely fatigued.  Slept a lot, had dizziness and still had pretty severe confusion and memory issues.  I thought they would go away as I healed.  2 weeks after surgery I was still experiencing all the above symptoms but my body was healing fine.  I was on a liquid diet for 30 days but I was getting my nutrition and calories so I didn’t think the fatigue, weakness, dizziness was still connected to the surgery.  About 3 weeks after my surgery and about 6-7 weeks after the Botox injection I started having speech difficulties.  Slurring and confusion on which words to use.  Even stuttering at times.   I feel the surgery for the “Achalasia” was a success.  The symptoms that I have discussed earlier are all over the map.  Some days I feel like I am coming out of it.  Maybe a little more clear, especially in the afternoons, not as fatigued, dizziness will lift although the memory issues don’t seem to lift much.  Then the next day I am trying to work and end up laying my head down on my arm as I try to keep my eyes open and concentrate on the task at hand.  Then the dizziness reappears, and the confusion and weakness along with the speech problems are just as bad if not worse.   I have had a CT scan,  every blood test available, even a spinal tap to try and find out what is causing these symptoms.  Nothing to be found.  My doctor thought I had an adrenal crash and after treatment from doubling my hormones we found that that wasn’t the case.   My surgeon has referred me to an Endocrinologist and I am waiting for an appt. with them.  The surgeon is convinced that I need a different general physician and wants me to meet with the Endocrine specialist.   My daughters father started looking into Botox, botulism poisoning and finally found this site.  I was experiencing such severe depression that I have never had before this wild ride that I literally thought I was losing my mind and asking for prayer from all who knew me to help me deal w/the depression and other symptoms.  When he told me he found this site, I broke down crying.  It lifted the huge dark cloud that had been hanging over my head for quite a while now.  It isn’t gone completely but I can breath just knowing this is real.  I am not crazy, imagining these symptoms.  I am going to do the 5 step detox tomorrow that is suggested from a site about the botulism poisoning.  I am willing to try it to see if I can function enough to do my job.  I may lose my job soon if I can’t find a way to be able to get behind the wheel of a car again, safely, and on the road.   I feel blessed to have found this site and I will keep all posted on my journey and will cherish all your input and wisdom.

Much Aloha for now,  Cathyann

Charlotte

I have had the same headache for over year I finally got a new neurologist to diagnose it is a converted migraine. He injected me with 31 shot of Botox now I have insomnia Moniz you trouble swallowing have to wait for September to go get another shot has anyone experienced a converted migraine could help me

Slowly but surely – recovery taking time but is real

Hello,  I have been on this site several times over the last 2 years and at the deepest hell pit of my symptoms can honestly say many of you saved my sanity!!! I am only registering and posting now to share my experience out of honest hope that I might be able to offer some of you a glimmer of optimism that recovery is real and can happen – though slowly with patience and courage.

My journey started in 2012 a as chronic migraine sufferer desperate for a treatment that would make a difference.  I received 4 rounds of injections over a near 10 month period. I got side effects (SEs) beginning approx 1 week after my initial treatment – only to be told what I was experiencing could in no way connected to Botox (sound familiar??). It took me a few rounds before I was able to start directly linking my SEs to the injections – hmmm – injections and symptoms – wow there is no coincidence. And it was discovering this website that gave me the proof I was looking for that I was not CRAZY like the MDs all told me I was! I am eternally grateful to this site and it’s members – because the night I discovered I was not alone I cannot begin to tell you what emotional relief it brought me.

Anxiety, and tachacardia have been the absolute biggest SEs I have had to manage in my recovery. Outside of a plethora of other SEs I experienced during active Botox treatments – feel free to review my profile –  the absolute worst was when I had 2 terrifying panic attacks  within about 1 month of each other – where I thought that’s it – sianara – off I go to the big blue yonder – convulsions and the works. I’m not posting today to relay all the horrors so many of you know too well in your own terrible journeys with this poison. Just reading the posts here sometimes sent me into panic over what might come next.  If you are in the deepest throws of your Botox nightmare right now – please believe me when I say it will get better – manage the best you can by whatever means brings you relief or support – and as hard as it sounds accept that time and deeply caring for yourself is the key – you are not alone – you are not crazy and it will get better! At least this has been my experience and I am confidant with time many of you will have the same.

I am now 17 months since my last injection. After reading many posts I was hopeful that I might find full recovery within about 6 to 12 months – and focussed on that.  While that hasn’t been my personal experience I can say that I now have literally weeks and sometimes months that will go by where I feel like I am almost back to my pre-Botox self – and then bam – a relapse will hit me out of the blue – for no apparent reason that I can link to.  That being said, the relapses are getting farther apart and when they happen they are more mild and manageable. While it winds my spirits and faith when it comes back – I remind myself that it will improve and pass (usually a couple of weeks) and I just need to stay focussed on believing that it has before and it will again. I now accept that my full recovery may still be a few years away. But when it does recur I know what it is, I know what to do and have the courage to continue to hang on.

My go to therapies have been healthy diet, massage, acupuncture, ativan for rescue when it gets bad and also tried calcium channel blockers to relieve my heart palpitations and anxiety. I only use ativan for rescue now when I have a relapse – it helps me fast when I feel a bad bout of anxiety coming on. Otherwise I try to ride out it out as best I can and take real comfort in the arms of my loving husband who has held my hand and heart throughout this nightmare.

If I were to say there is any silver lining in this nightmare it is this! I take much better care of myself now. I got healthier and more active and lost 50lbs and I am far more discerning of putting anything into my body.  This experience literally scared the crap out of me and I don’t take the precious days I have with my husband and family for granted. Not that I would ever have asked for or wished this upon anyone – but it forced me to get real with myself about many things including my health both physically and psychologically and see clearly that certain priorities in my life had to change. This was my wake up call and I had to answer it if there was to be any goodness that came from the nightmare.

I have reported my experience to my MDs and to Allergen and the local Health Authorities – but sadly don’t think it makes much difference. Though 1 MD professed he will be far more open to what other patients who may be using Botox experience. He termed me a “super responder” a patient with a high level of sensitivity to the drug. No shit!!!!

Thank you to all who have been brave enough to share your experiences and tips and offered heartfelt support to all of us affected.  You are helping more than you realize and in many meaningful ways – even to those who are invisible and looking for answers and some hope.

Take care and don’t lose hope,

HopefulD from Canada

 

 

 

 

 

Need peace of mind after Botox

Hello….hopefully I am in the right place for some help or peace of mind. I am 41 very active. In the gym 4 nights a week & work in outside sales & marketing in the medical field. I got my first Botox injections on March 7, 2014, I am 9 weeks from injection date. I had 10 units in my forehead & 18 above my eyebrows & in between my eyebrows…sorry I don’t know the technical term. The area above my eyebrows did look swollen for almost 2 weeks after injections.

So let me start with right after injections. Within in a hour or less I started to get a headache. The pain came mostly from the front of my head. 4 hours after injections I felt like I needed to blow my nose…it kind felt like my nose was kind of stopped up. When I blew my nose nothing but blood was coming out. I blew & blew to get all the blood out. At this point I thought holy crap what is going on? I started to worry a little at that point. It was late & I couldn’t call the Dr. who did the injections. Now on to the next day….my forehead hurt so bad if I didn’t know better I would have thought my forehead was severely bruised, although it wasn’t. This pain last for 6 days after injections. I could barely touch my forehead. I went 3 days without washing my forehead the pain was so bad. I did go back to the Dr. After 3 days of injections & only got the “your crazy” look & reply. I talked to the dr about the possibility of to much being injected & allergic reaction she said no. All during this time my forehead was so itchy too, but without a rash. I did have a few tiny bumps, but not really a rash. I also started to have flu like symptoms after 5 days after. Runny nose, body aches, feeling of sinus pressure, tired feeling. At times I have also felt nausea. About two weeks after injections I woke up in the middle of the night feeling as if I was being smothered.

For 2 months now I have experienced sinus problems off & on.  This month the sinus problem put me at the dr office for antibiotics for a upper & lower respiratory infection.  I finished the medicine 2 weeks ago. Now I have a soar throat & sinus pressure again. This is getting ridiculous! I am staring to wonder is all this is from the Botox. I love the looks that Botox has given me, but is not worth it if all my problems are due to Botox.  I am open for any comments, advice or help. If this is from Botox when is all this going to go away & I’m going to feel healthy like I use to?

Here are a recap of everything I have experienced in the last 9 weeks…

*forehead pain, bloody nose, headaches, body aches, tiredness, sinus pressure & sinus infection, lower respiratory infection, shortness in breath, at times nausea, sore throat.

Sorry my post is so long. I just wanted to get all the details out there for help.

one other thing I am allergic to latex & neosporne. Don’t know if that matters or not. The dr never asked me if I was before injections.

Thank you.

 

nervous breakdown of both kinds :-(

Hi everyone
I have posted my story previously.
I am 9 weeks in after having 15 shots of botox in my head, neck and shoulders for chronic pain.
As I have antidepressant withdrawl induced CFS and Lyme, I am already very drug sensitive.
Since I had the major reaction to the shots, I have been trying various medications to help. Every drug I have taken has given me a hypersensitive reaction, a ‘stimulating’ one. From Naproxen to gabapentin to nortriptyline. These stimulating reactions although they made my pain hyper would get me through a day and allow me to do things, though my body would ‘drop’ again afterwards.
The anticholinergic effect on my body means my muscles have turned very soft and weak, making my lymphatic system not work properly (puffy eyes and swollen feet), AND My Neck AND Shoulder Muscles Drop SO Much THE nerves around my head and face and neck pull downwards, ringing ears, hisding actually,with such a force my migraines and eyesight are getting worse daily. As I have fibromyalgia, I have severe twitching around all my nerves on my body as my muscles have become so weak.
After skipping around taking gabapentin for a few days I noticed I was getting dry skin and spots mire and my face is so dry I was burning in the sun.
I then tried to go back on nortriptyline a drug I have taken last year. Both nights I took it my migraine became so sharp, then the ‘drop’ the next day. On the second day of 10 mg, my skin was dry, paper thin and had a red rash the looked like someone had thrown acid in my face! I used to get very dry skin from Colestyramine or charcoal because it would absorb fluids from my gut, make my pain worse and again, throw my nervous system into disarray
I stopped again.
I KNOW this is due to my nervous system being whacked out and over stimulated.
I just need to know how I can get better!
Is there anything I can do to counteract the muscle weakness I am having? A supplement or drug?
It definitely is my nervous system all over the shop.
I don’t know if my reaction to nortriptyline was a proper one: the redness/dry out I would normally only get from taking a large dose of a drug and it affecting my autonomic nervous system that badly.
The dry skin is something new and it’s just getting worse. Lack of oxygen and nervous system exhaustion?
I am having a good diet when I can eat: protein, veg and complex carbs (I have only just started eating these again as I am so drained it’s the only burst of energy I get)
I don’t know what supplements to take
I have had a lot of Epsom salt baths also very drying.
Please can someone offer advice?
I’m not making the paper dry skin thing up.
I am 9 weeks in and back in my wheelchair and am having severe depression and anxiety because of the effects too and have thoughts of ending it all. I am in touch with mental health.
I should say that I have been trying to detox, have acupuncture and Lymphatic drain age if my head and neck and am not sure if this us also contributing to making it worse. I did a very stimulating body brushing on Saturday to try and get this poison out. I did AC every few days at the beginning.
Thank you for any help xx
Especially on muscle regeneration and nerve repair

My story

 

Hi everyone im new here and was so happy when i found this site, i have had most of the symptoms listed on here. 28 year old received about 50 units of botox in forhead and frown lines. It was for preventive of having wrinkles in the future, the Dermatologist convinced me of doing. Same day extremly bad headache, followed by constipation next day and few days later vertigo, head pressure, migranes, unbearable migranes i had to force myself to sleep through it, feelings of being out of it, confused, i would loss my balance all the time couldnt walk. Heat palpitions was given beta blockers, throbbing pain on chest arms neck, back, heartburn , reflux, 3 weeks later shortness of breath, feeling of something stuck in my throath and chest, like food wasnt going down, had MRI on my brain done back in May , nothing found, Cat Scan for lungs nothing found except for enlarged lymph nodes Dr. said it was probably from a recent flu. Many blood tests all came back fine, xrays, pulomonary function tests, echo test , all normal!! Went back to the doctor who did the injections he was so cold and so like not caring and said he never heard of that, “i was probably fighting a virus” before i had the injections i never knew of the black box warnings, the only thing i knew and was the only thing the Dermatologist told me was that i could have a little headache and swelling and drooping eyelid. Time went on and daily migranes, confusion, dizzy, weak, fatigue, lossing balance, shortness of breath, ended up in the ER like 10 times, with them telling me its nothing. On one of the times i was hospitalized because i was so dizzy faint like feeling and my heart rate was now slow down to 39 and 40s and low blood pressure. Was put on a heart monitor and sent home 2 days later , nothing showed up , had upper endoscopy, all normal, this was all back in July. My main concern now is that i still have ao much muscle stiffness all over my chest back and neck and its painful, also under arms, they feel so stiff i cant even continue my singing career, i get so out of breath and faint like feelings, cant use my rib cage muscles , but its always like this not only singing but any physical activity i have diffuculty breathing, even eating, wow its horrible feels like your chocking, my burps seem so hard to come out, i have to force so much, it feels like my esophogus is weak, or stomach too, because food takes long to go down and i have so much reflux of the food and shortness of breath.,, deep breaths are hard to do the pull, muscles feel weak. Im always bloated, gasy, looks like im pregnant. I dont have the headaches and loss if balance and all that was going up on head as much anymore, those symptoms have subsided, sometimes a relapse i have noticed a relapse after using nail polish or dying my hair, im probably sensitive to chemicals now.
Does anyone have these stomach, eaophogus problems and breathing issues,?? Dont know if i should request another endoscopy etc, because from July to now it has gotten worse :-( if i could just go back in time.. My family has a well know Doctor in Brasil he is a neurologist and Cardiologist and his daughter is a Dermatologist, and he is the only doctor who has really helped me along this scary journey. He said everything im going through is because of botox. :-(

back from the eye dr

hi all so im coming up on two years here at the end of august. cant even believe it and dont really even want to think about it. ive got some stuff to write and id like to make a full update at 2 years which will be easier once i have my new glasses ( i am totally unable to use my old ones and had to get a copmletely new prescription – trifocals this time!! aw yeah, trifocals)

either way i cant see very well right now so ive been putting off writing both a full update and also on my progress in general, but should get all that done next week sometime. overall many things are improving (by 2 years i should hope the f#ck so) but i feel it will probly be another year before i am really truly through this. i can say my health has improved a lot over the past 6 months.

it doesnt seem to be in the acute emergency nightmare stage anymore… now its kind of in the after-the-emergency-nightmare stage.. like how you feel after having the flu really bad for days.. like you are sort of weak and cant believe your alive but it seems the acute stage has passed…… i feel now im more in the recovery phase.. where im actually starting to regain some health, rather than just process toxin and respond to the original injury. i feel like im actually doing some amount of healing now… and making forward progress.. rather than just respond to and process the injury.

ive been doing a lot of research and my bf has been doing a lot of research and we have some stuff to post here, as i said we will do that after i can see again and it doesnt hurt to try to look at the computer so much.

i just wanted to write something really interesting that my eye dr just told me.

now ive worn glasses since pre school and ive had a LOT of eye exams with many different drs. one thing they invariably tell me is how healthy and clear my eyes are.. just a few years ago at my last exam the dr again remarked as always how remarkably clear and healthy my eyes were especially for my age.

so today i had my first eye app since the stupidest decision of my life. ( you know what) and the dr did the usual stuff and when he looked inside my eyes he had a kind of worried look.

i asked him what he saw in there and he asked if i had allergies. (never been asked that before) i said no ive never had allergies in my life.. i asked him what he was seeing.

he said i just had an unusual amount of inflammation in the tissues of my eyes. he thought maybe it had been due to allergies.

i’ll give you all two guesses why there is an unusal amount of inflammation inside my eyes, 2 years after being attacked with a neurotoxin. and you know ive been following the anti inflammatory diet and protocols the whole time too.

i actually told the dr about that and he didnt have much to say one way or the other… but ive started telling every dr i talk with about what happened to me and what it did to me. i figure it has to get harder and harder to pretend theyve never heard of it, the more people tell them.

i wonder how long it will be before i have another eye app where the dr tells me how healthy my eyes are. ???

hope everyone is well, i do have good news though and many things are better… i will post a 2 year update when my new glasses come, oh gosh i hope they work. hoping continued recovery for all.

Has anyone tried Ondamed to help? More advanced than Rife and used by MDs

Hi All

This machine looks promising. I have met someone who used Ondamed treatments to signigificantly help their Lymes condition. What is encouraging is that many MDs are using it in the US and around the world. The machine uses electromagnetic frequencies to determine and treat inflammation.

The website is WWW.ondamed.net

The MD testimonials are encouraging. It is a long drive for me to get to a treatment, but I am considering trying it.

My friend with Lymes had 112 treatments over a few months and is supposed to be free of Lymes now. Time will tell for her if her symptoms return. I have read that botulism and Lymes cause similar symptoms.

I spoke to a technician who told me the Ondamed would pick up on co-infections and help the body fight these.

So, I thought I would share this with the group to see if anyone has tried it yet.

I am personally extremely sensitive to energy medicine and could not tolerate ozone therapy in the tiniest of doses. However I have found acupuncture to be very helpful and the Ondamed apparently uses the same principles as acupuncture to help the body heal itself by opening up blocked energy channels.

Hope and love to all
Jade

Weak nails and hair

I have not noticed if any of you have found their nails to be weakened since reacting. I now have splits down the center of my two middle fingers and they are very thin now.I always had strong nails and hair before. Since my hairloss from this it is also very fine strands but at least it grew back in most spots anyway. The nail thing is ugly cause I have to keep it so short and it snags all the time. I read about Vit A and E should help so I am going to try these now. Any other advice to help this? Thx