Benefits and Safety

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Chronic Migraine


  • Prevents headaches and migraines before they even start

  • Proven for Chronic Migraine for 10 years*

  • The #1 prescribed branded Chronic Migraine treatment

  • BOTOX® treatment is injected by your doctor around your head and neck where Chronic Migraine affects you

You may pay as little as $0 for your BOTOX® treatments
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Just 4 treatments a year§
What's treatment like?
Injections take about 15 minutes
BOTOX® prevents, on average, 8 to 9 headache days and migraine/probable migraine days a month
(vs 6 to 7 for placebo)
3.5 million BOTOX® treatments used to treat over 550,000 people with Chronic Migraine||

*FDA approved, 2010.

Data on File, October 2010–April 2020.

Restrictions and maximum savings limits apply. Patient out-of-pocket expense may vary. Offer not valid for patients enrolled in Medicare, Medicaid, or other federal or state healthcare programs. Please see full Terms and Conditions herein and at For questions about this program, please call 1-800-44-BOTOX.

§Starts with 2 treatments, 12 weeks apart, then 1 treatment every 12 weeks thereafter (or as recommended by your doctor).

||Since FDA approval in 2010.

Botox® is a
different approach

to chronic migraine prevention
Hear from a BOTOX® Specialist:

Because Chronic Migraine is a serious condition, it requires a preventive treatment.

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think you may have
Chronic Migraine?
Hear from a BOTOX® Specialist:

In clinical trials, the most common side effect was neck pain, experienced by...9 out of every 100 people taking BOTOX®.

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Hear from people like you:

I had the first injection and had really kind of overthought everything.

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Hear from a BOTOX® Specialist:

The BOTOX® injections take about 15 minutes and are done right in the doctor’s office.

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what are the possible

side effects of botox®?

Like with all medications, there’s a risk of side effects; the most common for BOTOX® is neck pain, experienced in 9% of people vs 3% for placebo.
See below for more information.

Other side effects in the clinical
study included:
(In 687 patients)
(In 692 patients)
Headache 5% 3%
Migraine 4% 3%
Partial facial paralysis 2% 0%
Drooping eyelids 4% < 1%
Bronchitis 3% 2%
Neck pain 9% 3%
Musculoskeletal stiffness 4% 1%
Muscular weakness 4% < 1%
Muscle pain 3% 1%
Musculoskeletal pain 3% 1%
Muscle spasms 2% 1%
Injection site pain 3% 2%
High blood pressure 2% 1%

These are not all the side effects of BOTOX®. Please see the Important Safety Information below and talk to your doctor about the Summary of Product Information about BOTOX®.