Chrissy Teigen has admitted that she’s gearing up to get Botox procedures done while pregnant with her third child.
But the model, 34, was quick to point out that it’s not for cosmetic reasons, after telling fans she was “cleared” by a doctor to get the treatments in a bid to combat her “really really bad pregnancy headaches “.
Taking to Twitter, Chrissy – who is married to singer John Legend – penned: “[I] was thrilled to be cleared to do neck muscle botox along with a crazy combo of beta blocker shots and radio wave frequency something something doctor terms.
“Anyhow man it’s just so bad but I see the light finally.”
Her revelation sparked many questions from curious fans, who began to quiz her on how exactly this will help cure her of the headaches.
The mum-of-two clarified that she consults a neurologist instead of a cosmetic injector, and that she finds it to be “a lot better and safer because they talk to your OB”.
Chrissy’s tips proved to be a hit among her followers, as one even asked if the Botox would help her overcome her headaches even when she’s not pregnant.
Confident the Botox will make a difference, Chrissy responded: “Jaw Botox for my grinding was a MUST for my regular headaches. You can also do behind the brow for migraines. Life changing.”
Most of the time, Botox procedures are often for cosmetic purposes such as the smoothing of skin and reducing wrinkles.
But medical research suggests the substance has been a hit in helping muscle spasms from neurological conditions, such as migraines.
And Chrissy’s Botox update comes just one month after she revealed she had her breast implant removal surgery while she was unknowingly pregnant.
She confessed she was left “scared s***less” after she discovered she was pregnant during the operation.
Chrissy had done her monthly pregnancy test which had come out negative ahead of her breast augmentation.
Later she discovered she would have been pregnant at the time she went under the knife.
“…I was not disappointed [finding out I was pregnant]. But I was scared s***less. Was pretty positive you shouldn’t get your boobs out while pregnant? Pretty sure,” she tweeted.
“I did the routine pregnancy test you do before surgery. It said negative. It was not negative.”
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