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  1. Lidocaine patches are used to relieve the pain of post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN; the burning, stabbing pains, ... for months or years after a shingles infection). Lidocaine is in a class of medications called local ...
  2. Lidocaine viscous, a local anesthetic, is used to treat the pain of a sore or irritated mouth ... associated with cancer chemotherapy and certain medical procedures. Lidocaine viscous is not normally used for sore throats ...
  3. ... sharing features on this page, please enable JavaScript. Lidocaine Injection May Help Treat Fibromyalgia, Study Suggests But ... might be eased with injections of the painkiller lidocaine, a new study suggests. People with fibromyalgia complain ...
  4. Shingles: Hope through Research From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)  
    ... many years later, the virus can cause shingles. lidocaine - a pain-killing drug sometimes used for treating ...
  5. ... warning parents that prescription drugs such as viscous lidocaine are not safe for treating teething in infants ... a health care professional. Benzocaine—which, like viscous lidocaine, is a local anesthetic—can be found in ...
  6. ... six weeks after treatment and found those whose lidocaine anesthetic was supplemented with a corticosteroid—a steroid ... The researchers found that patients combining corticosteroids and lidocaine were more likely to report side effects, and ...
  7. ... The fluid is a mixture of local anesthetic (lidocaine), a drug that contracts the blood vessels (epinephrine), and an intravenous (IV) salt solution. The lidocaine in the mixture helps to numb the area ...
  8. Wrinkle Fillers (Food and Drug Administration)  
    ... and is not absorbed. Some dermal fillers contain lidocaine, which is intended to decrease pain or discomfort ... contain materials from animals). You are allergic to lidocaine (when considering dermal fillers that contain lidocaine). You ...
  9. What Are the Treatments for Vulvodynia? From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development)  
    ... to patients, including: 1 Topical medications, such as lidocaine ointment (a local anesthetic) or hormonal creams Drug ... that oral desipramine (a tricyclic antidepressants) and topical lidocaine (an anesthetic), alone or in combination, were no ...
  10. ... urinate normally. The combination of medications may include lidocaine, heparin, and sodium bicarbonate. It is believed that ... after one treatment with heparin, sodium bicarbonate, and lidocaine [ 4 ]. In addition, some patients experience reduced pain ...
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