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FEntanyl was not a good drug for me but I used both the gel-filled and the mylan type. I could never keep the gel filled on, even with tape on the edges. I had much less trouble with the Mylan brand. Glad to hear you're getting decent pain relief.
Biotene toothpaste was what I used when my teeth got real sensitive. Biotene makes a numbing gel, I think - like Ora-gel.) What helped me most (if your doc will prescribe it if your mouth pain gets really bad) is something called viscous lidocaine. It's a mouth rinse - real thick, with lidocaine, and it'll numb you up real good for about 20 min (and it felt so good to feel .... nothing!) Hope you feel better soon!
It relieves itching, redness, dryness, crusting, scaling, inflammation, and discomfort. Fluocinonide comes in ointment, cream, solution, and gel in various strengths for use on the skin. It usually is applied two to four times a day. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. Use fluocinonide exactly as directed. Do not use more or less of it or use it more often than prescribed by your doctor.
I use the clay one's as they hold the heat longer than gel. I also buy the thermal care pads but my clay heating pads get a lot hotter so I use them more. I use mine really hot, hotter than most people could handle. But it helps so much.
I have just started with this itch on my upper arm and I have scratched my skin so bad it looks horrible!!!! I keep ice and topical creams on at night and gel/cream during the day but the itch does not stop. It's much worse at night. This just started two months ago and I have no idea where it came from or how to stop it. :( If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it!
I had one removed by my doctor in his office. He used lidocaine (6 shots that were unbelievable painful) to numb the area and cut it off and cauterized the area. I'm having a rough time - I feel like I have the worst hemorroid flare up going on right now. I'm taking colace and fiber supplement, drinking plenty of water and began using the Desitin a few days before they recommended I start. I dread going to the bathroom, but I go regularily.
Again, lidocaine, lidocaine, lidocaine. This time, a lot of nausea (most likely anxiety about if husband finds out) and the same itching and swelling as before. The bruising was much less. I haven't taken any measurements since the second treatment yet, but I can feel a difference in my skin tone. My abdominal area is much firmer and smoother than it has been in three years.
my faith has kept me going and knowing at the end of week 4 my viral load dropped to zero, so that was encouraging news. so hang in their, keep the faith, never give up!! your in my prayers!!!!!!!!!
But to answer your question - Before I got my surgery to remove them a few weeks ago (still waiting until March for the follow-up and result), my dr. gave me 5% lidocaine to numb the area so I could have intercouse. This helped ease the pain. Hope that helps! Let me know if you find any break-through discoveries for the horrible things.
Thank you so much to everyone who posted on this site. After 2 treatments of the Walgreens brand of Monistait 3 I felt as though I was going to die. Itchy, brutally burning pain and now i am gifted with an extremely swollen vagina. Since I don't have health insurance I am going to discontinue use and try to tough out this unbearable discomfort. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I should do about this terrible swelling?
- Regular and intensive lotions - Eucerin anti-itch calming lotion - Aloe Vera sunburn treatment (I thought the aloe or lidocaine in it might stop the itch) - Benedryl (just in case it was an allergy to something in my shaving creams) - OTC Hydrocortisone cream Nothing works to stop the itch after it has begun. Pretty much all I can do is scratch and hope the itch ends before I scratch down to blood. It is agonizing and keeps me up at night.
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.
The following worked a little---poison ivy natural colloidal oatmeal scrub, which I used even in the middle of the night, and a couple other creams with the oatmeal in them, foille [probably misspelled]-which was the least expensive cream in the store, and Burn Jel Plus, a WaterJel product for emergency burn care , that has 2.5% Lidocaine in it. The antihistamines, hydrocortisones, menthols, camphors. etc. did not work.
eucerin original moisturizing creme and Olay age defying revitalizing eye gel (it's a little tub .5 oz.) You can get both at walgreen's . The eucerin is the 2 oz tube and runs about $5 (it is the super thick one) and the eye gel is $10 9 (a friend of mine recommended this as she was having the same problem). I have been using them daily or almost daily on the one eye where I was having the problems as well as the other eye as a precaution, and it seems to be keeping it at bay.
The baby powder I do use and I sometimes use Lidocaine cream on the outer labia area. For my rectum I use a dab of bacitricin I like the Target brand. I'm glad your feeling better and thanks for sharing your tips.
I am still wondering if maybe I am allergic to my razor and gel. I tear all the time and the itching in almost everyday out of the blue it will itch so bad and I know I can't itch cause then I just tear and then bleed and then it just hurts more. I could really use some help, I just lost my insurance so I don't want to go running to the doctor, also I just was at the doctors and found out I have HPV could this have something to do with all the itching and tearing also??
I use the same stuff as the rest of my family and they are not being swarmed on. I was thinking it was my hair gel (nobody else in the family uses it) but still unsure. I'm going to wear a hat on my next trip to Disneyland and see if the gnats are still on the attack. Good luck to all with this interesting problem.
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