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Xylox Information

Xylox is a prescription drug, available for use as Gel, Injection. It is typically used for the treatment of Local Anesthesia. Xylox also has some secondary and off-label uses. These are listed below.

The right dosage of Xylox depends on the age, gender, and medical history of the patient. Individual symptoms and route of administration also determines the right dosage. Refer to the dosage section for a detailed discussion.

Common side effects of Xylox include Skin redness. Some other side effects of Xylox have been listed ahead. Normally, these side effects of Xylox are not long lasting and go away when the treatment is finished. If, however, they worsen or do not go away, please speak with your physician.

Furthermore, you should know that effect of Xylox is Mild for pregnant women and Mild for women who are breastfeeding. It is important to know if Xylox has any effect on the kidney, liver and heart. Information on such adverse effects, if any, has been given in the Xylox related warnings section.

Xylox is not recommended if you suffer from certain medical conditions as it can have adverse effects. Heart Failure, Liver Disease are examples of such conditions. Other contraindications of Xylox have been discussed in the sections ahead.

Drug reaction of Xylox with other medicines has been reported. See below for a complete list.

Along with the above-mentioned precautions, remember that taking Xylox is considered not safe while driving, and is not addictive.

  1. Xylox Benefits & Uses
  2. Xylox Dosage & How to Take
  3. Xylox Side Effects
  4. Xylox Related Warnings
  5. Severe Interaction of Xylox with Other Drugs
  6. Xylox Contraindications
  7. Frequently asked Questions about Xylox
  8. Xylox Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Xylox Benefits & Uses

Xylox is used to treat the following -

  1. Arrhythmia
  2. Piles
  3. Ventricular Tachycardia
  4. Sunburn
  5. Burns
  6. Pain
  7. Itching
  8. Premature Ejaculation
  9. Erectile Dysfunction
  10. Local Anesthesia Primary

Xylox Dosage & How to Take

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Ingredients of Xylox


Xylox Side Effects

Based on research, the following side effects have been observed when Xylox is used -

  1. Skin redness
  2. Application Site Irritation
  3. Convulsion
  4. Confusion
  5. Drowsiness
  6. Paresthesia
  7. Depression Severe
  8. Nausea or vomiting
  9. Dizziness Mild
  10. Erythema
  11. Edema Moderate
  12. Flushing
  13. Bruising or discoloration
  14. Swelling

Xylox Related Warnings

Is the use of Xylox safe for pregnant women?

Xylox has mild to no side effects in pregnant women.


Is the use of Xylox safe during breastfeeding?

Breastfeeding women can take Xylox as it bears very minor side effects for them.


What is the effect of Xylox on the Kidneys?

Xylox rarely harms the kidneys.


What is the effect of Xylox on the Liver?

Xylox may have mild side effects on the liver. Most people will never see any effect on the liver.


What is the effect of Xylox on the Heart?

Xylox may have mild side effects on the heart. Most people will never see any effect on the heart.


Severe Interaction of Xylox with Other Drugs

Xylox should not be taken with following medicines due to severe side effects it may cause to patients -

Xylox Contraindications

If you are suffering from any of the following diseases, you should not take Xylox unless your doctor advises you to do so -

  1. Heart Failure
  2. Atrial Fibrillation
  3. Atrial flutter
  4. Burns
  5. Eczema
  6. Liver Disease
  7. Burning Eyes

Frequently asked Questions about Xylox

Is this Xylox habit forming or addictive?

No, you will not get addicted to Xylox.


Is it safe to drive or operate heavy machinery when consuming?

After taking Xylox you may feel sleepy. So it is not advised to perform these activities.


Is it safe?

Yes, Xylox is safe but you must consult your doctor before taking it.

Safe, but take only on Doctor's advise

Is it able to treat mental disorders?

Xylox is unable to treat or cure mental disorders.


Xylox Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Interaction between Food and Xylox

Xylox may take longer to act if you eat some foods while taking it. Follow your doctor's advice on this.


Interaction between Alcohol and Xylox

No research has been done on this till date. Therefore, it is not known what the effect of taking Xylox with alcohol will be.


Xylox FAQs

Question almost 2 years ago

Is Xylox used for premature ejaculation?

Dr. B. K. Agrawal MBBS, MD , Cardiology, General Physician, Internal Medicine

Yes, Xylox is used in combination with prilocaine for premature ejaculation. It improves sexual satisfaction and ejaculatory control by decreasing the sensation of the genital skin. It has no systemic effects and has minimum local side effects. Premature ejaculation can be psychological or biological. It could be because of over-sensitive genital skin, extreme arousal, infrequent sexual activity, hyperactive reflexes, fear, performance anxiety, use of alcohol and other substances, inflammation of the urethra, prostate, etc. In addition, it is also important to take treatment and comply with it completely.

Question about 2 years ago

What is Xylox?

Dr. R.K Singh MBBS , General Physician

Xylox is a brand name for lidocaine. It is a prescription drug that belongs to the class of medications called local anesthetic agent. Xylox is available in different dosage forms such as injection, gel, spray, patch, and solution. It is mainly used to reduce pain and discomfort caused by skin irritation and sunburn. Some form of Xylox is used to reduce pain and discomfort arises before certain surgery (small) and medical examination or procedure. The injectable form of Xylox is mainly used for the treatment of ventricular arrhythmias (irregular heartbeat).

Question almost 2 years ago

Is Xylox safe for children?

Dr. Suhas Bhargav MBBS , General Physician

According to an FDA warning published in 2014, a 2% solution of Xylox should not be used in infants and young children (5 months to 3.5 years old), as too much application of Xylox or accidental swallowing may cause serious brain injury, seizures, and heart problems. Therefore, for treating teething pain, one must take the advice of their doctor and follow his recommendations completely.

Question almost 2 years ago

Is Xylox a narcotic?

Dr. Madhur Anand MBBS, MS , General Surgery

No, Xylox is not a narcotic. It is a local anesthetic agent which is used to cause numbness and block pain. Narcotics are the natural products like opium and its derivatives, heroin, coca leaf, and cannabis, synthetic drugs like pethidine, methadone, codeine, and morphine. These are also prescription drugs and must be taken cautiously as these can cause an addiction.

Question over 1 year ago

Can Xylox cause drowsiness?

ravi udawat MBBS , General Physician

Yes, Xylox may cause drowsiness or sleepiness. It is a common side effect of this drug. Activities such as driving and operating heavy machinery should be avoided after taking this Xylox to prevent accidents and injuries as it causes drowsiness.

This medicine data has been created by -
Vikas Chauhan
B.Pharma, Pharmacy
3 Years of Experience


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