Difference between lidocaine and xylocaine

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Avatar f tn Benzocaine and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> are two quite different products, neither are trade names (unlike <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>xylocaine</span> which is a trade name of lidocaine). Normally I do not correct folks on forums, but the dangerous dose difference between the two is significant. 20% benzocaine may be acceptable for some applications, 20% lidocaine is likely to end in a bad way.
488823 tn?1218374167 I thank you for all the post and to answer a couple of questions, No I dont know of any reason that I cant go for 48 weeks, and I might have put words in her mouth but thats what it meant to me. She also told me that I should go onto another site which I dont remember the name to get more answers. I always say it my doctor but instead, she is the one that takes care of me and I do believe she is some sort of doctor.
Avatar f tn Now I'm constantly in pain, unable to exercise without excruciating pain and I've gained 60lbs in a year and a half. In a few weeks I will be having a spinal block. Will I be pain free after this procedure, what can I expect about pain and will I be up and moving more?
Avatar m tn For the external hemorrhoids and burning, I used Prep H cream, a prescription <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>xylocaine</span>/hydrocortison cream, and baby wipes to clean the area very, very well. I think sitz baths would work for the external stuff too. I know getting in the shower and just letting warm water run over the area helped a lot. For the internal pain I found the only thing that really solved it was to firm up the stools (pretty firm, not like rocks, but firm).
Avatar f tn Other dyes in textiles, stocking, leather, hair dyes (in particular paratoluene diamine) Anti-sunburn agents Aniline dyes Local anaesthetics (lignocaine and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>xylocaine</span> are safe) Sulphonamides (medicament) The dye in orange peel – can eat oranges but get someone else to peel them Black heavy duty rubbers Printing inks eg during photocopy & lithographing Photographic chemicals There may be a cross reaction with some local anaesthetics or sulphonamides (an antibiotic) her
Avatar n tn I thought I would share a couple of things that have brought some temporary relief to me - Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Soothing Relief cream, it's mild and has <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>lidocaine</span> in it, so the relief is very fast and it's not greasy at all. Another thing that helped me for a couple of years was taking Oil of Olay's Energy vitamin paks. I started taking them for energy, but the side effect was a complete rollback of my itching and other symptoms.