XEOMIN 100U 1 vial
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XEOMIN 100U 1 vial:
Xeomin 100U is a botulinum toxin type A. It has gone many scientific kinds of research and showing amazing results. Filler Supplies can supply you with 100U 1 vial of this product. Doctors who use botulinum toxin type A must have the appropriate training in use or high qualification in such treating. You can buy XEOMIN online from FillerSupplies.com in the USA.
Xeomin 100U is a prescription medicine product used to improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows. Also to treat abnormal head position, neck pain that happens with cervical dystonia. Also to improve eyelids who had prior treatment with anabotulinum toxin type A.
Do not use this product for children.
If the patient had allergic reactions to any of components of botulinum type A or have skin injections at the planned injection area do not use Xeomin.
Xeomin 100U as well as other products of botulinum type A has side effects like:
- problems with breathing
- swallowing and speaking,
- eye problems.
There are some steps to do before the doctor will inject Xeomin: inform your physician about disease that affects your muscles or nerves, allergic reactions, if you had surgery on your face, if you have asthma or emphysema, about swallowing, breathing problems history, bleeding problems. One more important is to tell about all medicines you take including vitamins and herbal supplements.
After you received Xeomin avoid dangerous activates. This precaution is needed because Xeomin may cause loss of general muscles weakness dropping eyelids, loss of strength and blurred vision. These symptoms can happen hours to weeks after you receive an injection of XEOMIN.
People with certain breathing problems may need to use muscles in their neck to help them breathe. These patients may be at greater risk for serious breathing problems with XEOMIN.
The active ingredient of Xeomin is incobotulinum toxin A and inactive are sucrose and human albumin.