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Botox Injections For Blepharospasm - Follow-up
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Botox Injections For Blepharospasm - Follow-up

"When Botox and medications don’t work, surgery to make the eye stop twitching, called myectomy, removes some of the muscles around the eye. This can be effective but is usually only used as a last resort. Physicians try Botox and medications first before recommending surgery."

With all due respects, these suggested solutions of Botox injections and Surgery for chronic Blepharospasm are either too costly and troblesome in terms of Botox (for its "necessary" and perpetually continual periodical injections of 3 - 6 months each for the rest of one's life) and too complicated and risky in terms of surgery. At the same time, I firmly believe that the rest and many others would be able to reasonably see through these points..............

For further information, please refer to the weblink below : - Botox and Surgical Solutions For Chronic Blepharospasm ? Are they reasonably really sensible, rational and practical under most of the circumstances ? - A New Version For The Self-administered  Needle-free, Free-Of-Charge Acupuncture Cure For Non-stop Persistent Rapid Eyelid-twitching / Eye-blinking (Which Works Best For Medication / Tardive Dyskinesia-induced Chronic Rapid Eyelid-twitching / Eye-blinking)



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