Botox could be an effective way to treat migraine
Botox injections for treating migraine? Why Not - short science news and articles

A recent review and meta-analysis of several clinical trial data has shown that botulinum toxin is effective in reducing chronic migraine headaches.

Data from 17 previous studies was pooled together which showed that botulinum toxin was significantly better compared to placebo for migraines. Three months after the injections, patients treated with botulinum injections had 1.6 times fewer migraine attacks per month.

Further, although the injections had higher side effects that placebo, none of these were serious side effects.

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Scientific publication: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery


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