Lidocaine and dogs

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I had just taken my next dose of Riba and antibiotic, and started to feel nausea. Ended up throwing up , did not see the pills. Could it be they already disolved, or did I manage to keep those in me ? I am not sure if I should take it again, or just wait till next dose ? was definately a foul taste of medicine in my mouth. Between those pills and my pain pill I took for my teeth. I am not sure what I should do now.
it helps a lil hearing others have this problem. the dr gave me percoset and lidocaine cream and niether helped so i just deal with it. most times im in tears esp when my hip pops. i myself have fallen due to lose of balance and my goofy dogs under my feet. i hope u get better soon ill be thinking of u. if my dr dont call me tommorow bout my mri im calling him.
I am going to be trying a lidocaine infusion soon and I'm hoping it will relieve a little of the arthritis pain. What I love about the ThermaCare is that they last 8 hours!
i have 4 dogs, 3 cats and 2 rats that i love immensely ( they are all rescues ) and get great joy from. i think my behaviors are a kind of self punishment sometimes. I would like to know if others have similar pasts and have these behaviors and stopped.
I called the office on the 2nd day after the dilation and he prescribed me a concoction of Maalox and lidocaine, which tasted disgusting but helped with the pain. He said I had acid reflux, which I've never had a problem with in my life, and put me on Zegerid. He also did a gastric emptying test, and it turns out my stomach no longer wants to empty on it's own.
For the last 6 months I have been getting tearing (look like paper cuts) in my vaginal area (1/4 to 1/2 inch long). I get the tears at least once or twice a week and they last from 2-4 days, go away for a few days and then come back. They continue to occur in the same locations; 1. Inside the vaginal lips on the sides almost always in the crease (between the labia minora and majora?) 2. Between the anus and vaginal opening (perineum) 3. Above the clitoris in the "hood" area.
It leaves me wondering if any other countries have holidays that are centered around eating lots of food, and especially turkey.... It's the beginning of a new week and time to let us know what happenings are this week that you want us to be aware of going on. For those of you who are new, this can include doctor appts, taking the dog to the groomer, or getting married. Anything you want to share about this week, this is the best place to do so.
I got the blood test really good and then I laid down into the fluoroscopy table and I got lidocaine for the pain and 5 minutes later the LP was done.. The doctor told me to stay still for 24 hours wich I did but the next hours the back pain was unbearable and my leg start tingling and felt it a little bit numb it was awful ...
Many times, fungal infections have a kind of sour, yeasty smell, or just makes your one dog smell like about 10 dirty dogs! Meds and medicated shampoo can clear that up. I have one dog who gets doggy athlete's foot - fungus. She has really thick toe pads with lots of hair, so moisture tends to hang around in her feet, and dogs have sweat glands in their feet too. Once the fungus gets going, it irritates the skin, so she licks contantly.
When I had my biopsy, I almost punched the doctor in the face it hurt so much. The lidocaine didn't penetrate through my fat, I guess, and I felt the whole thing. He wrote on the report, 'patient tolerated the procedure well', and I asked him, 'were we in the SAME ROOM???' Very glad to hear you are almost done, way to go, hang in there! I hope you are getting good results! Be well...
But with good management, proper treatment, careful monitoring by the vet (involving regular check-ups), low-salt diet, moderate exercise but no excitement or over-exertion, and lots of TLC, many dogs live a fairly full and contented life. I'm hoping some of this helps, but the best help can come from your vet, who can perform a thorough close-up hands-on investigation of your dog's health and suggest the appropriate treatment and management.
However, he said it could NOT be causing me so much pain. He checked out my arm and noticed a hard soft tissue knot, and suggested removing it through surgery and it "might" relieve my pain. So, 3 weeks ago I had the said surgery and it was removed (a hard soft tissue mass about the size of a marble). No, this was not the cyst inside my humerus bone. Anyways, I still have the pain, and it is extremely terrible at night (on a scale of 1 to 10, a 20 at night).
He took x-rays, which I have and couldn't believe, shot me up with lidocaine and they immediately went to work by the process of reduction. They repositioned the broken digit so it aligned as straight as it could, put a pin inside to keep it straight while it healed, put me in a full arm cast with sling and prescribed me Hydrocodone and Amoxycillin and had me revisit them every Thursday after that for followups.
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My wife is being very understanding and supportive about this and has taken control of my meds only giving me what I am to take and checking to make sure I don't take extra. She bought a lockbox yesterday (because I found them in her hiding places, on purpose?? I say no, but who knows?!?!) and is keeping the key with her. I called my psychologist for an emergency session yesterday and with my wife we talked about what needs to happen. Which basically boils down to staying honest!
Usually she only got a hot spot if it started with something else, like an insect bite. Some dogs just lick, though, and it is the licking that creates the hotspot. Westies are notorious for skin problems, and it is possible that your dog might have some itching that causes him to start licking, and then the licking opens up a hot spot.
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I have done everything known to man to stop itching. Ice cold baths to try and numb my nerves. Every cream known, oatmeal bath, baking soda paste. NOTHING WORKS!!!!All this itching is only in my legs no where else. It feels like a twitching pin prick. The atarax isn't working so the on call dr prescribe me Prednisone. I have read that this is not good for my tx. But is it okay to take prednisone short term use? I'm on wk 13 and finished the incviek on Thursday.
If you don't leave it alone, you may find yourself heading to the doctor's to have HIM lance it, and you don't want that. Lidocaine is injected around the area, and then the abcess is lanced. You think that's bad? The doctor then goes in with special forceps and breaks apart the bacterial abcess - this is painful as the lidocaine cannot numb this area. The doctor will probably pack it with sterile water dressing and cover it.
I can't tell you why these headaches develop or which treatment actually made mine better, but my burning headaches developed into trigeminal neuralgia (for which I had surgery at University of Pittsburg) - and - after that surgery, this type of headache disappeared for years. But, first, I'd try the lidocaine and the antibotics. Good Luck!!!
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Throughout the past 5 years our carpets have been abused by so many dogs and I'm not referring to wear and tear. Despite immediate cleaning, the odor became to be overwhelming. We made the choice of pulling all the carpets from the 1st floor. When carpets were pulled (we vacuumed before removing carpets) a strong odor penetrated the air and tons of dust floated as well. As of that day, I have not been able to clear my Symptoms.
I was still bleeding off and on, and with the dates being off by a week. When I should have been 10weeks my temp plummeted (it was Friday after Thanksgiving) I got in for an ultrasound the following Wednesday. The baby hadn't grown at all since that 1st ultrasound, no heart beat. The gave me 3 options, a D&C, cytotec, or wait it out- he gave me 6 weeks, before I would 'need' the D&C.
I went to my GP complaning of no sense of smell, saw a surgeon and surgery was recomended, I was given a prescription for Prednisone, a steroid, this gave me some sense of smell, and here's the but, I had the operation and still could not smell, so more Prednisone, well the upshot is that the steroids have caused my Osteo-Necrosis, this is when the heads of the long bones die, so have now had core decompression on one hip and the other totally replaced. Oxycontin.
the actual anesthetic e. g. lidocaine and epinephrine. Most people who have a genuine allergic reaction to local anesthetics are not allergic to the actual anesthetic agent. It is much more common (though still rare) to be allergic to preservatives in the local anesthetic solution. So, an allergy specialist may be able to help identify the allergen and desensitize you. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
well, we have a BIG DAY tomorrow....its the girls 1st year up here for the 4th of July and its sooooo much different (better) up here than down in Florida. Plus my "whole" family lives up here pretty much (aunts, uncles and cousins) so we have a HUGE cookout and watch the parade and fireworks. We live in a small town where everyone knows everyone.
, no needle, even though that technology exists and its inexpensive to use at around $10 a shot. Nor any attempt to use EMLA cream and or add 1% lidocaine to the injection itself to deaden the area.Or to use a local. Ending or severely reducing the notorious pain associated with these injections is not rocket science. The fact is the Nuclear Medicine Protocol creators and overwhelming majority of practitioners simply don't give a damn about our pain.
There's a ton of hardware in my ankle and leg, and still a great deal of swelling and discoloration. My surgeon says everything is fine and seemed skeptical of the pain level, but the PT is quite understanding. This is a very serious injury. I take Naproxen and was on Hydrocodone a good while. Now I have a small supply of Tramadol. It doesn't touch the pain, really, and besides, I don't want any drug problems. Never had any and don't want to start now.
This time of year is rough though along with fall when we start with the canners and get ready for deer season. Trying to keep the dogs out of the hot sun as much as possible. They love going to the creek and come back all muddy. YUK. Hope Samson is fine. We give ours ice cubes as treats in the summer. Unfortunately this is the time for heat stokes with dogs more so than summer. Glad to hear from you and take care. Your friend; Amy P. S. Will stop by soon. Stay Cool.
The procedure took almost 3 minutes from start to finish - lay on the table, numb the joint with lidocaine and then inject it with the cortisone. I was in their facility - waiting room and all - for less than one hour. I just about fell out when I opened the explanation of benefits that I got from BCBS today. I knew this place was associated with a private hospital in their building and out of network.
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