Lidocaine

FDA Approved: * June 30, 1971
Pharm Company: * GRAHAM CHEM
Category: Anesthetic

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Lidocaine Overview

Lidocaine, also known as xylocaine and lignocaine, is a medication used to numb tissue in a specific area (local anesthetic).[4] It is also used to treat ventricular tachycardia and to perform nerve blocks.[3][4] Lidocaine mixed with a small amount of adrenaline (epinephrine) is available to allow larger doses for numbing, to decrease bleeding, and to make the numbing effect last longer.[4] When used as an injectable, it typicall...

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Lidocaine patches by PAR

Has anyone used these? My provider wants to send me these instead of the brands I know to be good, such as Qualitest, Actavis, Endo & Watson. They sent Mylan once and these are useless because of the stiff backing. ## Yes, I have them they are worthless, I am reporting these patches to my insurance company, they are not a generic equivalent to the "Brand" patch, which has 700 mg of Lidocaine, Mylan has 140 mg. They fall off after an hour, they are very hard to open. My insurance company sent them years ago I sent them back. Actavis is a great generic and meets what I think are minimum requirements 700 mg of Lidocaine, easy to apply and they stick. ## Par is the generic for endo I am going to try. Actavis is junk too. Call the company and ask for a refund to be sent to your p...

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Lidocaine pain patch and breathalyzer

Currently I use a lidocaine patch manufactured by Pfizer called Flector. On bad days I will wear 3 to 4 at a time. My doctor mentioned this could possibly be detected by a breathalyzer. Is this true? ## Hello Robbie, I have searched high and low and I cannot find anything at all that would suggest this. I really do hate to disagree with medical professionals as I am not one myself but I just can't seem to find any sources credible or not that claim lidocaine would cause you to fail a breathalyzer. Now I will admit that I have read some claims that if you are taking enough of the Lidocaine patches you could theoretically fail a drug analysis but there has been no credible source or case studies that support this. In the event that such a problem happened you would simply need to expl...

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diclofenac 3% / gabapentin 6% / baclofen 2% / lidocaine 5% cream

This cream (diclofenac 3% / gabapentin 6% / baclofen 2% / lidocaine 5%) and doxepin hydrochloride 5% cream is supposed to be used for pain in my knee and back. I found the second cream but the first which contains four different items is hard to track down. The warnings and interactions is what I am concerned about. ## Generally, these creams can vary from doctor to doctor, and they need to be made by a compounding pharmacist. Thus, they aren't usually "in stock" anywhere, they are made specifically according to what your doctor has ordered. Do you have a compounding pharmacy in your area? The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including skin irritation, redness, flaking, and burning. ## The compounding pharmacy is about thirty miles away and they use UPS for del...

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GI Cocktail Cost

how much does this prescription cost? ## A GI Cocktail just refers to a mixture of products that is used to clean out the gastric system and intestinal tract, before certain medical tests and procedures. Therefore, it does not refer to any specific product or medication, so I am unable to quote you an estimated cost for it. Have you tried asking your doctor, or pharmacy? ## You have absolutely given the wrong information. A gastrointestinal cocktail, known as a GI cocktail, is a generic term for a mixture of liquid antacid, viscous lidocaine, and an anticholin ergic primarily used to treat dyspepsia.[1] The GI cocktail may also deceptively mask pain originating from the hearThere is a wide variety of GI cocktail recipes in use today. A very popular one is a mixture of Maalox, viscous li...

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keto baclo cyclo lido gaba cream

Can this topical cream affect your sleeping cycle??? Can it make you sleep a heavy sleep? ## Hello, JoAnn! How are you? No, it shouldn't. The medications may cause drowsiness as side effects, but you only absorb a little of them, when using them topically, so it shouldn't cause a deep, heavy sleep. For that to happen, someone would basically have to almost bathe in it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thanks so much. Can it be addictive? ## Hello, I just received a topical Cream Keta/Cyclo/GABA/Lido (10%/2%/6%/3.5%). I was told to put it in all places where I am experiencing pain and on the bottle it says: Apply 3 times daily for pain and/or muscle spasms as needed. *** PLEASE HELP ANYONE!!! *** I suffer from extreme nerve pain in my back. It affects the left side more...

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Lidocaine causing urinary difficulty

My doctor said I have to avoid all opioids and narcotics due to problems urinating. Recently I increased the amount of lidocaine cream that I use for pain control on my feet, and have had difficulty urinating. Can there be a cause and effect, or is it just coincidence? ## When used topically, according to FDA reports, you usually don't absorb enough for it to cause many internal side effects, usually they are just topical side effects that can include skin redness, irritation, and flaking. If you've been having problems urinating, it could just be another flare up of that, though it is hard to say, and only your care provider can give you a definitive answer. Are you male? If so, have you had a recent prostate check? Prostate enlargement is a frequent issue that causes urinary p...

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Piles Medicine Available In India

I am suffering with piles, causing pain and it is like bubble around my rectum. Please suggest proper medicine available in india. ## We have an excellent treatment for piles cure, just 7 pills and few precautions and your problem is gone. many patients have been benefited from this madicine. The medicine is free of cost, need to bear postal/courier charges, as we at Lord Dhanwantari is a Charitable Trust with a single vision of disease free India, earn its operation cost from the donations offered by treated patients. For more details please post back. Regards, Yogesh ## I REQUIRE MEDICINE FOR PILES I AM SUFFERING SINCE 20 YEARS ## I am Kishor from Delhi, 34 yrs old male. I am suffering from external piles, no bleeding only pain last 15 - 20 days. ## sir i am suffering from III degree ...

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Burning sensation in using lidocaine ointment

I had my colon removed, now I have this burning sensation after each bowel movement. After each movement I apply Lidocaine for relief but it burns worse and won't cease until I remove it. When I was using the lower % 2.5, that worked but had to use a lot for relief. I tried the 5% at the diva office and it worked fine but doesn't now. ...why? ## Do have any more details on it, such as the ingredients, or the manufacturer? That would give me the information needed to research this for you. It is possible that you are just sensitive to some ingredient in that dosage, the FDA does warn that skin burning, and irritation can be side effects, along with redness, and scaling skin. At the office they may have had one made by a different manufacture, your pharmacy might have provided you...

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ER MAGIC MOUTH WASH MORTON GRV

liguid pink in color. it nums my throat all the way down ## While I can't speak as to what's in the specific one you are asking about, most of these contain Lidocaine, which is a topical anesthetic, which can cause such numbness as a side effect, according to FDA reports. Other side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, headache, and dry mouth. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I was given pink magic cause of heart burn. It has mylanta, lidocaine, & benadryl when I asked the pharmacist.

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what is the tribedoce dx injection used for

Besides the DX the box I have say “lidocaina” which I am assuming is Lidocaine, a pain relief drug. My wife wants to use this for hip pain from hip displacia but I just want to make sure that there will be no harmful side effect. Seeing that this also had a corticosteroid in it, Dexamethasone, I am inclined to NOT inject her with it because that is a class of drugs that can have serious side effects if used incorrectly or by the wrong person. ## All medications carry the risk of causing side effects, so yes, there may be dangers, and it should only be administered with a doctors approval. The FDA warns that it may cause administration site reactions, redness, pain, headache, nausea, weight changes, mood changes, and skin reactions. How is she doing? Did you try it? Is she on...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Lidocaine
  • Aerosol: 10%
  • Cream: 0.5%, 1% + 1%, 3%, 4%, 5%
  • Film, Extended Release: 23mg/patch, 46.1mg/patch, 46.1mg/unit, 5%
  • Gel: 2%, 3.5%, 3.50%
  • Inhalant: 1%
  • Injection: 0.005mg/ml + 0.5%, 0.005mg/ml + 1%, 0.005mg/ml + 1.5%, 0.005mg/ml + 2%, 0.01mg/ml + 1%, 0.01mg/ml + 2%, 0.02mg/ml + 2%, 0.2%, 0.4%, 0.4% + 5%, 0.5%, 0.50%, 0.8%, 0.8% + 5%, 1%, 1.5%, 1.50%, 10%, 100mg/ml, 2%, 20%, 4%, 40mg/ml, 5%, 7.5% + 5%
  • Jelly: 2%
  • Liquid: 0.13% + 2.5%, 2.5%
  • Lotion: 3%
  • Ointment: 2.5%, 5%
  • Patch: 1.8%, 46.1mg/patch, 5%
  • Powder: 0.5mg, 100%
  • Solution: 2%, 4%, 40mg/ml, 5%
  • Spray: 2%
  • Spray, Metered: 12mg/dose
  • Suppository: 100mg
  • System: 0.5mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Lidocaine: (815 results)

Showing the first 20, Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0054-0548 Lidocaine Viscous 20 mg/ml Oral; Topical Solution by Roxane Laboratories, Inc
  • 0054-3500 Lidocaine Viscous 20 mg/ml Oral; Topical Solution by Roxane Laboratories, Inc
  • 0054-3505 Lidocaine Hydrochloride 40 mg/ml Topical Solution by Roxane Laboratories, Inc.
  • 0054-8500 Lidocaine Viscous 20 mg/ml Oral; Topical Solution by Roxane Laboratories, Inc
  • 0093-9200 Lidocaine Hydrochloride 20 mg/ml Topical Jelly by Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc
  • 0113-0135 Lidocaine .64 g/127g Topical Aerosol, Spray by L. Perrigo Company
  • 0143-9575 Lidocaine 20 mg/ml Infiltration; Perineural Injection, Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0143-9576 Lidocaine 20 mg/ml Infiltration; Perineural Injection, Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0143-9577 Lidocaine 10 mg/ml Infiltration; Perineural Injection, Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0143-9578 Lidocaine 10 mg/ml Infiltration; Perineural Injection, Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0143-9579 Lidocaine 10 mg/ml Infiltration; Perineural Injection, Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0143-9594 Lidocaine Hydrochloride 20 mg/ml Epidural; Infiltration; Intracaudal Injection, Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0143-9595 Lidocaine Hydrochloride 10 mg/ml Epidural; Infiltration; Intracaudal Injection, Solution by West-ward Pharmaceuticals Corp
  • 0168-0204 Lidocaine 50 mg/g Topical Ointment by E. Fougera & Co. a Division of Fougera Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 0264-9376 Lidocaine Hydrochloride 10 mg/ml Infiltration Injection by B. Braun Medical Inc.
  • 0295-1110 Sunburnt Plus Pain Relief 1 g/100g Topical Gel by Denison Pharmaceuticals, LLC.
  • 0338-0409 Lidocaine Hydrochloride and Dextrose 4 mg/ml Intravenous Injection, Solution by Baxter Healthcare Corporation
  • 0338-0411 Lidocaine Hydrochloride and Dextrose 8 mg/ml Intravenous Injection, Solution by Baxter Healthcare Corporation
  • 0338-9586 Lidocaine Hydrochloride and Dextrose and Dextrose 4 mg/ml Intravenous Injection by Baxter Healthcare Corporation
  • 0338-9590 Lidocaine Hydrochloride and Dextrose and Dextrose 4 mg/ml Intravenous Injection by Baxter Healthcare Corporation
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Lidocaine patches
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lidocaine and methadone
I am wondering if I can take lidoderm 5% (lidocaine) while on 130mg of methadone? ## what to use for charot marie tooth ... 2 replies
Lidocaine causing urinary difficulty
My doctor said I have to avoid all opioids and narcotics due to problems urinating. Recently I increased the amount of l... 1 reply
lidocaine, diphenhydramine and nystatin
I am taking a combination of lidocaine, diphenhydramine and nystatin for thrush that I get often from chemo, but this on... 1 reply
lidocaine 5 patch and codeine allergy
Can i use a lidocaine 5 patch if am allergic to codeine? I suffer from shallow breathing and an increased heart rate wit... 1 reply
lidocaine and albuterol on a breathlizer test
Do lidocaine patches or albuterol inhalers affect a breathalyzer test? ## Hello, Tammy! How are you? There are many thin... 1 reply
lidocaine hci
PAIN ## Lidocaine is a very common local anesthetic, it can also be used to treat irregular heart beat. It is frequently... 1 reply






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