User Reviews for Xylocaine Jelly
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|Burns, External||1 review||101 medications|
|Pain||1 review||1111 medications|
|Summary of Xylocaine Jelly reviews||9.7||2 reviews|
Reviews for Xylocaine Jelly
For Burns, External "This gel works great. I had a 3rd degree burn from a car accident on the inside of my left leg just below the knee cap. It started as a blister most likely (according to paramedics and firefighters) from the radiator hose coming through the fire wall and spewing my leg with hot steam, after a day or 2 in ICU I guess it apparently popped and turned into a 1 inch deep hole in my leg. Which fairly quickly became severely infected. I was scheduled to have the burn debrided and the doctor came in and covered the entire burn with this xylocaine gel. He returns approximately 20 mins later with some lidocaine to inject around and in the burn itself and I didn't feel a thing. Xylocaine did its job and did it well. Definitely use if you have the ability to choose."
Anonymous May 26, 2011
22 users found this comment helpful.
For Pain "It's a good pain medication if you have genital herpes. I know they say to take Panadol but it's just not effective enough. This is much better."
cantusethisnickname September 21, 2009
16 users found this comment helpful.
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