If the condition you are taking the beta blocker is under control, (for example irregular heart rate or high Blood pressure) then yes it would be prudent to stop the beta blocker for < 1 day. Although -caine allergy is rare, and usually due to the preservative, there could be an outside chance that a systemic reaction could occur, with a patient's breathing being compromised.
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Hand-washing is important after handling or applying the lidocaine patch. Contact with eyes should be avoided. The zipper pouch containing the lidocaine patches should be completely closed after opening
Lidocaine may not be suitable for persons who have had a past reaction to any local anesthetic. Patients should discuss past adverse reactions to anesthetics with their physician before using the lidocaine patch
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There is no relation between demerol allergy and codeine allergy. Although, demerol allergy is very rare, you should be sure it is a real allergy..
One month beforehand.
Ofloxacin is antibacterial and should not be used for eye allergy.
Yes, amoxicillin is an antibiotic and should not have any effect with allergy meds.
Topical anesthetics derived from cocaine (does not include lidocaine or novocaine) may show fail positive but lidocaine no. If you truly did not use cocaine yet still came up positive, you should insist on additional testing (a GC/MS test ).
You should always talk to your doctor if you have any kind of persistent problem. Internal allergy possibilities are no exception.
Lecithin is not a milk protein; it should not cause any problem for a person with a milk allergy.