I had to have two moles removed and my dermatologist used lidocane to numb the areas where he had to cut. I had a slight reaction to the anesthia--nothing really scary, I just had a really weak, bad day and felt like I did before I started on mestinon. I looked at the list of meds that make MG worse my neurologist gave me and sure enough, lidocane was on there. It was a good lesson for me to learn. From now on I'll tell ALL doctors my condition and be more aware of what may affect my MG. Now I have to have one the mole spots removed deeper, which requires surgery. My dermatologist and neurologist have consulted and decided that it will be better to do the procedure in the hospital and use general anesthesia instead of using the local one again. Does anyone have any experience with this? Should I be worried about the general anesthia? Has anyone had any problems with novicane or other local anesthesias at the dr. or dentist??
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