Question by  nkilian (24)

Can Novocaine cause a spasm?


Answer by  Amanda65 (1220)

Novocaine can cause a spasm. It usually does not, but everyone reacts differently to medications including Novocaine. If the spasms continue for more than a few times or are severly bothersome, then contact the doctor or dentist who administered this medication. They may be able to stop the spasms, and this may affect the medications you receive in the future.


Answer by  djcwoman37 (373)

Novocaine will not cause a spasm. When novocaine is injected into your mouth the injection site may aggravate the muscles in the temple which is also connected to the mouth.


Answer by  shijo (861)

Novocaine will not produce an spasm. This drug can only cause biliary colic. some people are allergic to some local anaesthetics, but some are not. Most of the GI tract are stimulated by this drug.


Answer by  mani (813)

Novocain is used for the anesthetic in ambulatory surgery and traumatology. Now in practice 2% and 0. 5% solutions is used. Persistent spasm is noticed in some persons after using 2% solution of novoca.


Answer by  miraharper318 (23)

When Novocaine is injected into your mouth, the injection location can aggravate the muscles in the temple region, which are attached to the muscles that move your mouth.

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