LIDOCAINE Reviews

Average Rating: 2.8 (5 Ratings)

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 1  pudendal neuralgia when applied it numbed the pelvic area and i though it was great but in the morning when it wore off the nerve faired every time i used it ..and they were very bad flairs... i returned to 10% lidocaine both of which are compounded and was better. i believe i read higher doses can flair nerves because it is deeper systemically absorbed ..i wish i knew why and someone would post here as all i can find info on is problems with injected lidocaine F 63 8 days
20 1X D
7/9/2021
 2  Block pain during face injections I felt overly happy at first and it definitely blocked the pain. BUT later, felt confused and depressed. This is not the first time lidocaine has affected me badly emotion-wise. My husband says it is because of the accelerant added to lidocaine, which raises heart rate and allows the med administrator to make sure they don't overdose the patient on the med. F 54 2 times
11/30/2009
 1  surgery They gave me a shot of lidocaine on my upper left eyelid to remove a wart on february 21, 2007 F 54 1 days
4/25/2007
 5  
8/8/2006
 5  
8/8/2006
  

LIDOCAINE  (LIDOCAINE):  Lidocaine is used to temporarily numb and relieve pain from minor burns (including sunburn), skin abrasions, insect bites, and other painful conditions affecting mucous membranes. Some lidocaine products are used to numb the lining of the mouth or throat before certain medical/dental procedures. It is also used to decrease pain while dentures are being fitted and while your gums are adjusting to the dentures. It should not be used long-term to decrease pain from poorly fitting dentures. Lidocaine belongs to a class of drugs called local anesthetics. This product should not be used to treat teething pain in infants and young children due to an increased risk of serious side effects. Talk to the doctor for more details and for other ways to treat teething pain.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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