Botox Treatment for Migraines

Migraine is usually a one-sided, throbbing headache accompanied by nausea-vomiting and sensitivity to sound and light. It is one of the most common headaches and it has been reported that about 15-20% of women and 6-10% of men have migraine. It is observed in all age groups and although it varies from person to person, when a migraine attack starts, it lasts for an average of 3-72 hours. Some patients have complaints called AURA in the form of light flashes in the eye that lasts 10 to 30 minutes just before the headache.

The frequency of migraine attacks also varies greatly from person to person. Some patients experience attacks only 1-2 times a year. Some patients experience attacks at least 15 times a month, and this type of migraine is called CHRONIC MIGRAINE, and frequent oral treatments are not very pleasant in such patients. One of the treatment options for chronic migraine pain is Botox treatment. There is enough scientific data that the migraine attacks of the patient are significantly reduced and almost completely over with Migraine Botox.

The effects of migraine botox begin to take place within a few days and although it varies from person to person, the effects continue for an average of 3 - 6 months. There are almost no side effects when performed by experts.