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A 40-year-old member asked:

Wondering if it's illegal to buy/own lidocaine epinephrine injection vial if you're not a doctor?

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Dr. Peter Fischer
Healthcare Professional 27 years experience
Lidocaine possession: Lidocaine is a medication that only a physician can prescribe. It is my understanding that possessing it without an appropriate prescription from a medical doctor is in violation of most state statutes. You should check with your local law enforcement officials.
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