Botox is helping!!

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Botox is helping!!

Postby Melanie9999 » Wed May 14, 2014 3:11 pm

I posted this somewhere else but Botox is helping. I had it last week and my PGAD symptoms are reducing. How long will it be for the full effect of the botox to kick in? I can't wait to feel the final results! I also feel that my SI joint is slipping out of place less often and there is less of a pull on my piriformis and back muscles. I am really positive for a good result from the Botox xxxxx
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Re: Botox is helping!!

Postby Tabitha » Sun Jun 01, 2014 12:14 am

I am glad that you got relief. That means treatment of botox shot every 3 months. It did not work on me.
You are lucky. I wish that It work for me. Hugs.
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Re: Botox is helping!!

Postby ladybird » Tue Jun 17, 2014 4:58 am

Hi Mel,

Congratulations on finding relief from this grotty disorder. I am considering getting Botox on my Pelvic Diaphram by Dr Vancille at WHRIA. Is that were you got it done? I have tried other non surgical methods but it's just not bringing the relief I need. I look forward to your reply. x
My pelvic pain presents as a constant dull ache, fluttering/buzzing throughout my pelvic region. My pelvic diaphram is stressed due to my musculoskeletal system adapting to my uneven hips, which reduces blood flow to the nerves/muscles which is why I believe I have chronic pelvic pain.
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Re: Botox is helping!!

Postby aishani123 » Thu Jul 09, 2015 11:43 am

congrats , you got relief from this pain
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