Solarcaine During pregnancy


Hey guys can I use Solarcaine during pregnancy? What are the side effect that I should know about when using this spray while pregnant.

Solarcaine During pregnancy

Using Solarcaine while pregnant is safe, Solarcaine contains benzocaine and aloe Vera, those ingredients won’t harm your unborn baby. There is really nothing to worry about when using Solarcaine while pregnant.

I have also used Solarcaine when I was pregnant for sun burns and also used it after labor, I have never had any problems from using this numbing medication.

I don’t know what you want to use Solarcaine for, but for whatever reason make sure to never use this pain relief more than 4 times a day.

The only important thing you really need to know about using Solarcaine is to never use it more than 4 times a day because an overdoes of numbing cream, gel or spray can cause side effect:

What kind of side effect?

  1. Skin irritation
  2. Burning
  3. Itching
  4. Swelling

As long as you use this spray 1 to 2 or maybe 3 times a day you won’t have any problems, just don’t use it more than that.

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Don’t use lidocaine after labor if you breastfeeding.

Then what can you use for temporary pains after labor when breastfeeding?

I would recommend dermoplast pain reliving spray, dermoplast is the safest temporary pain relief in the world.

But there are two dermoplast sprays, the first spray is Blue and it called dermoplast pain relieving spray and the second spray is Red and it called Dermoplast antibacterial spray.

Which dermoplast spray can mothers use when breastfeeding?

New mothers should only use the blue dermoplast spray that is called dermoplast pain relieving spray not the red one.

The blue spray is the original formula of dermoplast and the red spray is an upgrade, it has some more ingredients that were added to it.

What is the best temporary pain relief for pregnant women?

Pregnant women suffering from sun burns, itching or skin irritation should use Solarcaine or Dermoplast.


Because both numbing sprays were approved by the FDA to be also used by pregnant women.

The numbing spays that you need to avoid when pregnant are bactine, lidocaine and lanacane.

There are a lot of numbing sprays or creams that claims to be safe for pregnant women but I would advise you to only use Solarcaine or the Blue dermoplast. Just make sure to not use these for more than 4 times a day.

Update: I went to the Mount Sinai Hospital and asked two doctors about using Solarcaine or Dermoplast while pregnant.

ME: Can pregnant women use Solarcaine or Dermoplast for sun burns while pregnant.

DR. Smith

Yes, both Dermoplast and Solarcaine are what we only recommend pregnant women to use during pregnancy, these sprays doesn’t have anything that can be harmful on the unborn child.

Both these sprays cannot be used more than 4 times a day. Another thing upcoming mothers should know is to never use the Red dermoplast while pregnant.. As long as pregnant women stick with the blue dermoplast spray they will be fine.

DR. Webb

Yes Solarcaine and Dermoplast can be used by women who are pregnant, they need to only use the Blue dermoplast though not the Red dermoplast.

The only sun burn sprays pregnant women should avoid are Lanacane and Lidocaine.

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