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Are there any risks in getting Botox after a heart surgery?

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I had heart surgery last year for an aortic aneurysm.  I am not on any medications.  Are there any risks in getting Botox after a heart surgery?

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Botox should not be a problem for anyone who had a repaired aortic aneurysm. 

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Botox should not cause any problem when administered properly in someone who has had aortic or cardiac surgery

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There are no risks involved with Botox after heart or aneurysm surgeries.

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