Botox has a pregnancy classification of category C, which means the medicine has not been studied in pregnant women.
As a healthy fetus is of utmost importance to every pregnant woman, I strongly discourage the use of cosmetic Botox during pregnancy. It is simply not worth the risk, no matter how minuscule and remote.
On the other hand, there is really no need to be of concern about Botox if you are not already pregnant and just considering starting a family. If you are not overly anxious, even conceiving immediately after Botox should be fine.
Hope this helps!
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