Xyralto And Botox

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Harriett Says:

Is it safe to have Botox injections while on Xyralto? Has anyone had any experience with Botox while taking Xyralto?

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Verwon Says:

Since Xarelto can increase your risk of dangerous bleeding, it is very doubtful if it is safe for you to have such a procedure.

Other side effects, as listed by the FDA, may also include nausea, dizziness, headache, and easy bruising.

It would be best to speak to your doctor, because before having procedures like this, you will most likely need to stop taking it for a few days.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Harriett Says:
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I received Botox a couple weeks ago with no problem whatsoever. Not even a needlestick bruise

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