Lidocaine ( a local anaesthetic) is almost always given with adrenaline.,I have asked my dentist for lidocaine injections without the adrenaline (both versions are available). Some time ago (10 + years?) I read an extensive report on Parkinsons and anaesthesia..> I think I have mentioned it in an old post on this forum. In Germany and Holland they (neurologists) advise against taking the adrenaline version for people with Parkinsons.. I asked my neurologist, he had never heard of special sensitivity to adrenaline for PwPs. The adrenaline makes the operation less bloody apparently..
Subsequently I had a local anaesthetic injection (not from dentist) and had forgotten that it would be a lidocaine/adrenaline injection and so I did not ask to leave the adrenaline out. Very quickly, but only for a short while I experienced unpleasant palpitations, which worried me ,as I did not know what caused it , there was no reason why I should be anxious about the procedure at all. And then I remembered: It was the adrenaline of course..
Is this what you experienced? Best wishes, Kate