Does Lidocaine/Tetracaine give any heat or cold sensation? If not can it be used with a heat rub?

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17 Oct 2009

Yes, you can use a topical anesthetic cream/gel with a heat rub. I don't think the topical anesthetic causes any heat or cold sensations.

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