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What Is a Lidocaine Patch?

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Lidocaine Patch was a drug that was developed to treat postherpetic neuralgia. It was suggested that it had the power to reduce the narcotic usage in patients with traumatic rib fractures. It was later ruled out because the drug was ineffective.
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Relief of from muscle aches and pain but usually prescribed for the after-pain of shingles. Do not use if you have an irregular heartbeat and/or taking medication for it.
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Relieving pain associated with herpes zoster (shingles). Lidocaine Patch
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Relieving pain associated with herpes zoster (shingles). Lidocaine Patch is a local anesthetic. It works by stopping nerves from transmitting painful impulses to the brain.
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Not Medical Advice: Lidocaine Patch 5% is a topical analgesic developed to treat peripherally generated neuropathic pain, believed to provide analgesia.
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The side effects of lidocaine patches can be as simple as a skin reaction at the site of use. Tingling, skin rash, burning or pain can also be at the site of the ...
From what I know, it is perfectly safe to put a lidocaine patch on an area that just received acupuncture. The only time you should avoid putting on a patch is ...
Relief of from muscle aches and pain but usually prescribed for the after-pain of shingles. Do not use if you have an irregular heartbeat and/or taking medication ...
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