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    billy_uk posted:
    Hello guys thanks for the reply, you don't know how much it is appreciated. I have seen so many drs here in uk feels like their all against me, because their can't find a solution to my problem. This got very worse after I had my second set of botox I am having these side effects numbness in the whole body, feeling forgetful, weakness, feel very depressed, can hear my heart beat in my ear. Has anyone had these symptom
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    billy_uk responded:
    Sorry to add when I was diagnosed with epilepsy I don't have no fits no nothing just sensation.
     
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    galivantstom replied to billy_uk's response:
    You are so very lucky/ I envy you.


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