Difference between lidocaine and xylocaine

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Benzocaine and Lidocaine are two quite different products, neither are trade names (unlike xylocaine 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.
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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?
For the external hemorrhoids and burning, I used Prep H cream, a prescription xylocaine/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).
Other dyes in textiles, stocking, leather, hair dyes (in particular paratoluene diamine) Anti-sunburn agents Aniline dyes Local anaesthetics (lignocaine and xylocaine 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
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 lidocaine 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.
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