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What should I avoid while using pramoxine?

Pramoxine is a topical anesthetic available as a cream, gel, or foam. You should avoid ingesting pramoxine or getting any form of this product in your eyes. This may cause serious side effects, and you should seek medical attention if this occurs.

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