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Botox Injections

Botox Injections

While there is no cure for endometriosis, expert excision of endometriosis coupled with personalized maintenance plan can help alleviate or even eradicate symptoms. Botox injections are an effective, in-office maintenance protocol that is routinely used for many patients.

Botox® is commonly associated with cosmetic procedures and wrinkle reduction, but the muscle-weakening properties of Botox® have been found to be effective for medical conditions including pelvic pain, overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, and pelvic floor muscle spasms. These conditions affect multiple facets of a woman’s life including physical activity, sexual enjoyment, overall mood, and even work performance.

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The use of Botox for FDA-approved gynecologic and urologic treatments is relatively new but has been proven to be safe and effective.

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How do Botox injections work?

Botox is a neuromuscular agent which works by blocking the nerve signals between the brain and specific muscles – in this case, the pelvic floor muscles. When these signals are blocked, triggers that normally “tell” the muscles to contract can no longer reach the brain, so spasm does not occur.

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