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Botox and Norvasc

Would like to know why people who are taking Novarsc should not recieve Botox? Didn't realize this and now two weeks after Botox I find this online, haven't had any bad reactions to the Botox but it has me worried.

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Cosmetic surgeon
Kennewick, WA
United States
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May 15, 2011 8:16 PM

I have never heard of this either and have personally treated many people on Norvasc with Botox without any problems. The mechanism of action for these two very different drugs does not (more)
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englewood cliffs, NJ
United States
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May 5, 2010 2:18 PM

Never heard this and unless it is in the package insert or in a reputable journal would not worry about it. If everything is ok, wouldn't worry about it anyway (more)
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