How does topical benzocaine interact with other medications?

Since topical benzocaine is not absorbed extensively, few interactions are expected. You should always talk to your doctor or pharmacist before using this product and tell them about any other medications you are taking or other medical conditions you have. If you have had an allergic reaction to any other anesthetic, like procaine or butacaine, you should not use benzocaine. Medications with "caine" as a suffix are all rather similar; so an allergy to one, may mean an allergy to all.

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