18 reviews so far
saidit'sa big hassle
- Reviewed Lidocaineon 8/24/2017No36WomanJust as neededLocal anesthesia (topical)
- Reviewed Lidocaineon 8/29/2017If you van, stay with the Lidoderm patches. Lidocaine is the generic & made from a Mylar material. Its impossible to get it on a hard to reach area like between your shoulder blades because it rolls up and sticks together very easily. Then you've just wasted one52WomanA couple weeksLocal anesthesia (topical)
- Reviewed Lidocaineon 9/4/2017Lidoderm patches need to be approved for arthritic pain. It works so well for me. Now that i turned 65 and on medicare, the patches are not covered because theyre only approved for shingle pain. My only option is to up my pain meds and probably kill my liver.65WomanTwo years or moreLocal anesthesia (topical)Review Lidocaine and help someone like you today!Your ageYour genderYour conditionHow long did you take it?