My sister was noticing a lot of deep wrinkles around her mouth and she didn’t like them. She told me she was going to get botox and get rid of the mouth and eye wrinkles. I laughed and told her that she could also use some help with the forehead, but she didn’t take it as a joke. She told me I was going with her to the doctor who did the botox injections. She wanted me to drive in case she was in pain when she left the doctor office. I asked if she thought the botox injections was going to be painful. She had read an article that talked about the efficacy of botox, but it also had some setbacks to it. It could cause the face to look frozen when first done, but that wore off in a couple of hours. Depending on many times they had to insert the needle, there could be some soreness and discomfort. If she was going to have botox injections in her entire face, she didn’t want to take the chance. She would be taking acetaminophen before leaving the doctors office, and it made her sleepy. I brought my car and was planning on staying in there and reading, but she wanted support. She wanted someone to hold her hand while getting the botox injections. I didn’t want to see the needle, but when they pulled it out, it wasn’t much bigger than the needles I used to check my blood sugar every morning. She was in a panic and nearly fainted when the first botox injection was done.