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I am getting electrolysis twice a week for facial hair. The electrologist has been putting a topical 5% lidocaine on my face to numb the pain from the needles. I am applying for a new job and will take a urine test and wondered if this will cause a problem or show up in some way in my urine? ## It is difficult to say, it really depends on how much of it is being used and the concentration of it. It is chemically related to Cocaine, though distantly, and just like Novacaine and other similar drugs, it has been know to cause false positives for it, on some drug tests. It may be best to stop the treatments for several days, before you have the test, to possibly give your body time to process it out. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Will a 5% lidocaine patch show up on mouth sw... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Lidocaine.
Mon, Jul 24 '17, 10:27 PM

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