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Whats the difference between flector patches and lidoderm patches?

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31 Aug 2009

Flector contains an anti-inflammatory medication called diclofenac and is used to treat pain caused by minor strains, sprains or bruising. See https://www.drugs.com/mtm/flector-patch.html

Lidoderm contains a local anesthetic (numbing medication) called lidocaine. It is used usually to treat shingles pain. See https://www.drugs.com/lidoderm.html

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yoda149 1 Sep 2009

thank you for the answer susan. that was very helpful.

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