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    Thanks for the info. I will schedule my appointment and then take a few days off of phen but also tell my dentist about it.
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    also phen can raise your blood pressure and just being at the dentist can cause your blood pressure to go up. He also needs to know incase something happens due to that.
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    any time you go to the doctor for anything you should write down what meds you are on.....even though phen shouldn't make a difference in your clotting or anything else you just never know....I always let the doctor know and then I have to sit and listen to "you don't need diet pills, be careful" but I know that if i have a heart attack during exam/procedure the fact that i'm on phen could be an issue.....
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    Hi,

    i work for a DDS. Most of the anesthesia we use have epi in it. Epi and Phen can cause your heart to race. If you tell your DDS they can use something without Epinephrine.

    I had some work done while on Phen and had no reaction, but better safe than sorry!

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    I think it's because the novacaine is also an upper, makes the heart race. My dr told me I would have to stop Phen for a few days before dental work.

    I do remember last time I got a filling. I felt like my heart was racing and I couldn't stop talking

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    Does anyone know why it says to tell your dentist that you are on phen before having any dental work? I need to get a crown on one of my teeth and just wondering my dentist would need to know? I wouldn't be put under or anything-just given something local to numb the area. TIA
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