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Will local anesthesia hurt when giving to the cervix?

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Dr. Ionel Rad
Anesthesiology 18 years experience
Yes: Many of the local anesthetics are painful on injection when given anywhere in the body, especially in sensitive areas as the cervix. The cause numbness after they are injected, but on initial injection they are usually painful.
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