However, some side effects of lidocaine and epinephrine require immediate medical care. Seek medical help if you feel any of the following: blue lips, fingernails or skin; blurry vision; chest discomfort; cold, clammy, red or pale skin; confusion; cough; delusions about your state of health; difficulty breathing or swallowing; fast heartbeat; headaches; hives or welts; irrational fear or anxiety; irregular breathing or heartbeat; itching; lightheadedness, dizziness or fainting; mental health changes; no blood pressure or pulse; facial swelling; seizures; shakiness in the legs, arms, hands or feet; shortness of breath; skin rash; sleepiness; slow heart rate; trembling or shaking of the hands or feet; twitching; unconsciousness; unusual tiredness or weakness; or wheezing. While most people will not experience these severe effects, they should be taken seriously if they occur.
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