User Reviews for Lidocaine
Also known as: Anestacaine, DentiPatch, Dilocaine, L-Caine, Lidoject 1, Lidoject 2, Nervocaine, Truxacaine, UAD Caine, Xylocaine Dental Cartridges, Xylocaine Duo-Trach Kit, Xylocaine HCl, Xylocaine HCl For Spinal, Xylocaine-MPF
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|Costochondritis||1 reviews||42 medications|
|Anesthesia||1 reviews||129 medications|
|Arrhythmia||0 reviews||42 medications||Not rated - Be the first|
|Burning Mouth Syndrome||0 reviews||12 medications||Not rated - Be the first|
|Ventricular Fibrillation||0 reviews||21 medications||Not rated - Be the first|
|Ventricular Tachycardia||0 reviews||33 medications||Not rated - Be the first|
|Summary of Lidocaine reviews||2 reviews||6.0|
Reviews for Lidocaine
Review by reclus1:
For Anesthesia: Use of lidocaine injection to numb insertion sight for IV resulted in burning sensation in the vein that traveled to the heart in 10-15 seconds. This was followed by pale skin, cold sweat, BPdrop and unconciousness for approx.15 minutes. I feel usage in my case was unnecessary, dangerous, andinaffective as it had worn of by the time IV was inserted.
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January 21, 2014 1:01 AM
Review by Suzannah Johnson:
For Costochondritis: After being diagnosed with costochondritis, I was given a narcotic painkiller, NSAIDs, voltaren gel, and lidocaine patches to help with the pain (which was hideous). None of these medications provided relief, so I was referred to my rheumatologist to receive steroid injections. However, my rheumatologist suggested trying injections of xylocaine into the cartilage of the affected ribs. By the time I got home, ALL of the pain was gone. It has been 3 days now, and I am still pain free. These injections were a miracle solution for me, and I would absolutely recommend trying this before doing steroid injections to anyone who has costochondritis. I did not feel the injections or the medication going in, and have had no side effects whatsoever.
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July 10, 2013 3:29 AM
Review by Bobbycat:
For : I have had two injections in both my shoulders. The right one I damaged just putting my coat on. I was in serious pain for 10 months. After having the injection 1 year ago I have been pain free. It was very painful when I had it and for about a week after but then it's been fine. My left has been a frozen shoulder for well over 10 years and I have just had an injection for it. It did not hurt as much. No side effects.
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October 15, 2008 4:27 AM