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User Reviews for Lidocaine

Also known as: Aloe Vera Burn Relief Spray with Lidocaine, AneCream, AneCream with Tegaderm, Anestacon, Anestafoam, Apicaine-X, Bactine, CidalEaze, Derma Numb, DermacinRx Lidotral´╗┐, Dermaflex, Ela-Max, Ela-Max 5, Glydo, Laryng-O-Jet Spray, ...show all 49 brand names

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Lidocaine Rating Summary

6.6/10 Average Rating

8 Ratings with 4 User Reviews

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Reviews for Lidocaine to treat Hemorrhoids

"Have some flare ups of hemorrhoids , this stuff really works in minutes , a pea size amount smeared on the anus is all you need , no discomfort in minutes , it lasts for maybe an hour but hey , I'm good all day after that one amount."

   
6.0

Briefs February 18, 2016

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RectiCare (lidocaine): "Purchased Recti Care 5% Lidocaine cream, have tried on hemorrhoid pain several times. This stuff does not work. There was absolutely not one smidgen of difference in the pain. Plus this stuff is terrible expensive. WHAT A WASTE! I will keep it for bug bites, I guess. Hopefully it will work better on them."

   
1.0

Anonymous February 12, 2016

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RectiCare (lidocaine): "Do NOT get inside of anus!!! Icy burning for days!! =("

   
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Stix24 January 3, 2016

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LMX 5 (lidocaine): "This cream works within a few minutes for pain from hemorrhoids. It is easy to use, a smaller than pea-sized dot of it is plenty, and tends to burn slightly for a minute or less, then pain is gone. The only drawback is it's effect doesn't last more than a couple of hours and it says not to exceed six applications in a day. It is pricey but it can be purchased without a prescription at any pharmacy. I suggest ordering before you need it because it usually has to be ordered and the wait can be...painfully long. I bought it to use to prevent electrolysis pain but so glad I had it when I had a flare up."

   
9.0

Anonymous September 14, 2009

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