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Is lidoderm lidocaine patch 5% a narcotic?

Posted 11 Oct 2010 by tracy219 4 answers

Does the lidoderm patch have potential for abuse if yes, how, if its not a narcotic?

Posted 25 Nov 2010 by duncwest 2 answers

my brother was on the fetnal patch until it got recalled. he broke his back in four places and got addictid to them and know they put him on lidaerim patches

Lidoderm - Can the patch be used more than 12 hours at a time. What about continuous?

Posted 26 Aug 2013 by delmarw 4 answers

Elderly lady has people coming in to apply patch but but not always around 12 hrs later. Plus... patient wants to use it continuously.

Do lidoderm lidocaine patches thin ones blood?

Posted 21 Jan 2018 by fredcais 1 answer

Going for a cystoscopy will the use of lidoderm patches thin my blood.

Is lidoderm a narcotic?

Posted 31 Aug 2010 by buenogurl 2 answers

Flector patch vs. lidoderm patch?

Posted 31 Dec 2011 by rob77ert 3 answers

which is stronger for arthritic pain?

Is it true that the only "approved" use of lidoderm patches is for post-shingles pain?

Posted 8 Aug 2011 by 2young2feelthisold 7 answers

I've never had a herpetic condition (including shingles), but several years ago lidoderm patches worked wonderfully for my upper back pain. In fact, the patches allowed me to eliminate all prescribed oral pain medications at the time. For whatever reason, that same upper back pain has ...

Is there any contraindication to using a heating pad over a Lidoderm patch?

Posted 5 Oct 2014 by Becky P 2 answers

My Mother has severe arthritis of the neck that causes her severe pain. She gets some relief from a heating pad throughout the day. Her PCP recently prescribed Lidoderm patches to apply to her neck but not sure if she should use the heating pad with the Lidoderm patch or not. Please advise.

Can I use my Lidoderm 5% Patch on sore muscles in/on my arms, neck, shoulders?

Posted 19 Oct 2009 by Ger-Buck 2 answers

When I say "sore", I mean to say painful muscles.

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