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Funny. Same thing happened to me though. I received my first botox treatment about 3 weeks ago in my frown line only, 20c. A week ago my cheek started feeling numb and I noticed a slight droop to my mouth and eye. My face is still numb. Not thinking it was related to the botox at all (since that was between my brows), I went to the doctor and they are testing me for MS and Bells Palsy and given full blood work up. I was put on a steroid pack and given a steroid shot.
I am starting to believe that this is botox related now. What do you think? If so, do you think I will have to wait the full 3-4 months for this to go away?