What do I do about a Dysport mistake?

I just had Dysport injections a few days ago. Both of my brows are considerably lower, and both eyelids are droopy as well. Although that is a problem in itself, the more important situation, is my right eyelid is drooping so much that it is covering my eye! My neighbor said it looks like I've had a stroke! Is there anything at all that I can do to reverse this and if not, how long will I have to suffer with it?

Okay – I don’t want to sound like a nag but…….. have you called your doctor???  He/she is the person who needs to hear about this!   And, yes there are things to help you with this while the Dsyport wears off including prescription eye drops to help keep the eye open better.  If the doctor who did your injections doesn’t know about this option, please seek a second opinion from a board certified dermatologist in your area who practices cosmetic and medical dermatology. Here is some more information on Dysort Mistakes and How to Fix Them (Look about half-way down at True Eyelid Droop.)  Dr. I

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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