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Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Xeomin?
Xeomin is the brand name drug manufactured by Merz and the generic equivalent is called incobotulinumtoxinA.
What Dosages and Forms is Xeomin available in?
It is available in a 50 unit/vial or a 100 unti/vial.
What is Xeomin used for?
Xeomin is an injection medication made from the bacteria that causes botulism. It works to block nerve activity in muscles, which produces a temporary reduction in muscle activity. It’s used to treat cervical dystonia (severe spasms in the neck muscles), or muscle spasms in the arms. It can also be used to treat certain eye conditions such as uncontrolled blinking, spasming eyelids, and wondering eye (a condition where the eyes do not point in the same direction). It can also be used to temporarily reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the face, such as frown lines or between the eyebrows.
What are the Possible Side Effects of Xeomin?
Most medications will come with side effects. Before deciding if Xeomin is right for you, take a closer look at what you might expect.
Here are some of the most common side effects that come with taking Xeomin:
• Neck pain;
• Dry eyes;
Contact your doctor immediately and ask them if you should stop taking Xeomin, especially if you experience any of the following side effects:
• Trouble breathing, talking, or swallowing;
Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions of Xeomin?
You should not use the Xeomin if you’re allergic to incobotulinumtoxinA.
Be sure to talk to your doctor if Xeomin is safe for you, particularly if you have or have had the following:
• Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or “Lou Gehrig’s disease”);
• Myasthenia gravis;
• Lambert-Eaton syndrome;
• Breathing disorders such as asthma or emphysema;
• Problems with swallowing;
Xeomin Storage and Safety Information
Xeomin injections should only be given by a trained medical professional.
The botulinum toxin within Xeomin does have the ability to spread to other areas of the body beyond the initial injection site. In some cases, this can cause life-threatening side effects. Pay attention to any side effects for the first couple of weeks after receiving this injection and report anything unusual right away to your doctor.
Avoid going back to any normal physical routine too quickly after receiving the injection. It may impair your vision or depth perception, as well as make your muscles weak.
Xeomin is made from human plasma, which may contain viruses and other infectious agents. All donated plasma used for this medication is tested and treated, but a very small percentage could still be at risk.
It’s currently not known whether or not this medication will harm an unborn or nursing infant. Talk with your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding before using Xeomin to decide if it’s the right time for you.
Overdose symptoms may not be evident right away. Be on the lookout for: severe muscle weakness, trouble swallowing, weak or shallow breathing, or any loss of movement in your body. Seek emergency help or call Poison Control at 1-510-761-5324 immediately if you suspect an overdose.