LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid

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LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid Drug and Prescription Information

LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid

LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid Medication Classification

LIDOCAINE (On the skin)

LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid Brandname

Xylocaine, Burn Jel, Anestacon, Lida Mantle, Burnamycin, Corta-Cap Needle Ease, Topicaine, Burn-O-Jel

LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid is used for the Treatment

Lidocaine (LYE-doe-kane) Relieves the pain of a sore mouth or throat. Also used to relieve the pain caused by minor burns, sunburn, insect bites, and other medical problems.

When To Not Use LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid

You should not use this medicine if you have ever had an allergic reaction to lidocaine or related medicines such as tetracaine or dibucaine.

How Should You Use LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid

Liquid, Lotion, Ointment, Gel/Jelly, Spray

  • Your doctor will tell you how much to use and how often.
  • This medicine may cause trouble swallowing if used in the throat or the back of your mouth. Do not eat or drink for 60 minutes after using this medicine.
  • Do not apply to broken or scraped skin. Do not apply in or around the eyes.
  • Shake the spray well before each use.
  • If a dose is missed:
  • Use as soon as possible unless it is almost time for your next dose.
  • You should not use two doses at the same time.

Proper LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid Storage

Store LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid at room temperature away from sunlight and moisture unless otherwise stated by manufacturer's instructions or labelling. Keep LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid and all medications out of the reach of children.

What To Avoid While Using LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid

Ask your doctor or pharmacist before using any other medicine, including over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal products.

LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid Warnings

  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, talk to your doctor before using this medicine.

LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid Side Effects

Call your doctor right away if you notice any of these side effects:

  • Severe itching or rash
  • Swelling of the skin or throat
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Confusion, dizziness, or lightheadedness
  • Tremor or seizure
  • Blurred or double vision

LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid Ratings

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LIDOCAINE (Topical) (Liquid

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Ease of Use: **

Overall Satisfaction: **


Dave, Terryville, Ct. - 06/25/2011

Yesterday, I had to have a 'Trans-GI electrocardiogram'. This was after a normal electrocardiogram, which did not show my physician enough detail of the heart, so he ordered this procedure.
The basic procedure is; they use a somewhat smaller probe than the one used externally. The probe (with a cord attached) is 'swallowed; by the patient. To fight the natural gag reflex, I had to gargle then drink a small amount of Lidocaine liquid, about 4 ounces or so (from a sealed container). The lidocaine was very thick, and tasted medicinal. It was very difficult to gargle, and then swallow. Then, the doctor also sprayed a numbing agent onto the back of my throat. This spray may or may not have also been lidocaine. Additionally, a sedative and pain killer were administered through IV. This exam was unpleasant, and my throat is still very sore from the probe. During the exam, the lidocaine worked well enough, although the gag reflex did start to kick in during the last few minutes. Later in the day, I had a bad headache, and felt a little sick in the stomach; which was why I looked up Lidocaine side effects. The doctor gave me no informational sheet about Lidocaine, and I wondered if how I felt later was due to the drug; apparently so.

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Owen White, Baltimore, MD - 10/15/2012

I recently had a colonoscopy which involved taking movieprep. Movieprep requires ingesting a very large amount of liquid, and believe it or not that really hurt my throat. This has happened before even when I just glugged down a really large amount of water. Three days later, I had to see a doctor and he gave me a prescription to topical lidocaine. I used it before going to bed, and woke up around three with an unbearable headache. It was awful and I almost took myself to the emergency room. Maybe you and I both have a similar side effect when lidocaine is used on the throat.


Owen White, Baltimore, MD - 10/15/2012

...and I should note that this side effect is a little odd in that lidocaine is also used to -treat- headaches. My guess is that if we asked our doctors they would not suspect that the lidocaine was the cause of the headache.


Hakan, Hakan - 01/10/2014

I recently got to try Juvederm XC and I must say that I am a bevieler in this product!nnJill first applied a topical anesthetic around the nasolabial folds (creases that run from my nose to the corners of my mouth). She then proceeded with a very small injection of the Juvederm XC, waited 2 or 3 seconds for the numbing agent to take effect, and then completed the injection. Other than the initial needle stick (which is really quite minimal), the whole process was painless. Compared to previous procedures with injectable fillers, I was actually able to totally relax.nnAt the last minute, we decided to add some filler to the lower corners of my mouth, where we had NOT applied a topical. Using the same process a small injection, wait a few seconds, and then complete the injection it was still a very comfortable process. I really believe that I could have done without the topical altogether, which will save me 20-30 minutes of numbing time on my next visit.nnPost-treatment was also a much improved experience. I typically review a lot of paperwork during the work day, so I am constantly looking down. The XC formulation really made a difference, as I was so much more comfortable during the workday compared to previous treatments without XC.nnMy recommendation If you decide to use a filler, be sure to ask for Juvederm XC!nnMark W (Knoxville, TN)


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