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Leading prostate cancer expert, Dr. David Samadi, reminds patients of the importance of Botox safety. Botox injections, used to reduce or eliminate wrinkles by relaxing the muscles, should never be given in a spa setting or other non-medical location. Only experienced plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and other medical professionals should be used for botox and other cosmetic injections. Dr. Samadi explains that if shortness of breath, flu-like symptoms, or other negative symptoms occur after Botox injections patients should seek immediate medical attention.

Botox is also being used in other medical areas to treat uncontrolled blinking, lazy eye, frequent migraines, overactive bladder, excessive underarm sweat, and even to relax the arms of stroke victims.

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The Wife, USA

The next day we went to see Dr. Samadi. In walked a tall surgeon, with a great grip when he shook hands.  He proceeded to show us what the male body looked like around the prostate, and all of the work that had to be done to make sure that Ken would come out with a fully functional body, minus his prostate.

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Theodore, W

I sit in my bed at Mt. Sinai Hospital.  It is 2:20 in the morning.  I am alive.  Patty tells me the Doctor said my surgery was a complete success.  The cancerous prostate is gone from my body...

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Bill M., New York

I have had full urinary control for the three weeks since the catheter was removed. I am now back to my regular activities, pain free, enjoying our grandchildren, working on the house, and enjoying life.

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M. M., New York, USA

"My surgery consisted of arriving at the hospital on Monday morning, surgery shortly after and going home the next day. I could not believe how good I felt".

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