What is Apicaine-X?
Apicaine-X is a local anesthetic that is used to numb tissue. It is a combination of two drugs: lidocaine and epinephrine. Lidocaine is a numbing agent, and epinephrine is a vasoconstrictor. This combination helps to reduce bleeding and swelling. Apicaine-X is used to numb the tissue before a procedure, such as a biopsy or a dental procedure.
Benefits of Apicaine-X and Its Uses.
Apicaine-X is an anesthetic cream that is used to numb the skin. It is used for minor surgical procedures, such as removing a wart or a skin tag. It can also be used to relieve pain from a sunburn or a rash. Apicaine-X contains a numbing agent called lidocaine. Lidocaine blocks the transmission of pain signals from the skin to the brain.
Apicaine-X is available over the counter without a prescription. It comes in a tube or a jar. It is a thick cream that is white or off-white in color.
Apicaine-X is applied to the skin one or two hours before a minor surgical procedure. It is also applied to the skin before a sunburn or a rash to relieve pain. It is not necessary to rinse the cream off after application.
The most common side effect of Apicaine-X is a temporary numbness of the skin.
Side Effects and Dosage.
Apicaine-X is a prescription medication used to treat pain. It belongs to a group of drugs called narcotic analgesics. Apicaine-X works by binding to certain proteins in the brain called opioid receptors. This blocks the transmission of pain signals to the brain.
Apicaine-X is available as a tablet and an extended-release tablet. The usual dose of Apicaine-X is one tablet or one extended-release tablet every four to six hours as needed for pain. Do not take more than six tablets in 24 hours.
Do not take Apicaine-X if you are allergic to apicaine or any other ingredient in the medication.
Do not take Apicaine-X if you are taking a monoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI) such as phenelzine (Nardil) or tranylcypromine (Parnate).
Apicaine-X may cause dizziness,