What are the side effects of antipyrine/benzocaine/glycerin dehydrated?

When antipyrine/benzocaine/glycerin dehydrated is used in small doses, side effects are not likely. High doses may cause severe allergic reactions.
Symptoms may be mild or severe. Mild symptoms include a rash or hives. Severe symptoms include difficulty breathing, fainting, light headedness, or swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat. See medical attention for severe symptoms. Do not use this medication if you have known allergies to antipyrine, benzocaine or glycerin.

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