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Botox injections

Post by surepay on Fri 06 Mar 2009, 1:18 am

I tried to post this as a reply to the existing post on botox injections but the system doesn't let me.

I was told that the NHS in Dorset does not provide botox injections because of the cost - which can be pretty devastating if you have moved here from Sussex which does. They only offer speech therapy for which there is a long waiting list.

I presume it varies from NHS trust - part of the post code lottery.

Does anyone know what the cost would be privately ?

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Re: Botox injections

Post by Nintey on Mon 09 Mar 2009, 6:04 am

I was quoted somewhere in the region of £500 if I wanted to go private, but was told it was done at the same hospital by the same doctor and there was a similar length of time on the waiting list.

How long had you been having botox injections prior to moving from Sussex? and How long were your results lasting between injections?
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Result of Botox

Post by caroldevon on Thu 08 May 2014, 6:21 am

I am new to the Forum and have had SD for 9 years and was told there was no treatment but tried Voice Therapy for 6 months, it made no difference. I heard about Botox on Radio 4 some weeks ago and took the info to my GP who gave me a referral to Plymouth hospital. Very short wait and had my first treatment 12 days ago. The voice 'stop/start is gone but my voice is very week, by the end of each day it almost disappears. Has anyone else had this after effect?

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