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Is there any side effect of taking K Y Jelly ?

is K Y Jelly or Xylocaine has any side effects after using it???? please help me before using it??
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello Tina;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
K-Y Jelly is a lubricating jelly and is inert meaning it does not react in anyway and so there is hardly any side effect.As for Xylocaine jelly it is an anaesthitic drug in jelly form and is used to reduce pain during intercourse and even to prolong ejaculation .The content of Xylocaine is Lignocaine and it does have serious side effects like respiratory depression;tremors dizziness;convulsions and even cardiac arrest but these side effects are seen in injectable form and in case of jelly if the person is allergic to the drug the side effects may occur but otherwise since the dose is very less the side effects are usually not seen as common occurring .
Hope that answers your query.
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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hi tina,
KY jelly produce the following side effects
1-minor abbrasions and/or lasserations to the skinular particles dividing cells and neutronical divisions.
2-you may also experience post traumatic stress syndrome (PTSS).
Xylocaine jelly side effects
1-Mild nausea, stinging, swelling, and burning may occur.
2-Dizziness and drowsiness may also occur.
thanking you
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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