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Cholinesterase W Dibucaine Inhib
Adverse reaction: Dibucaine is an anesthetic or numbing medicine. It is applied to the skin to treat pain and itching from bites and sunburn and applied to rectum to relieve pain and itching from hemorrhoids Allergic reaction would result in any or all of the findings: hives, difficulty breathing , swelling of face, lips, tongue and/or throat. Stop using dibucaine and call MD or go to ER, depending on serverity. ...Read more
Local anesthetic: It's an amide local anesthetic like lidocaine. The main use by anesthesiologists in us nowadays is as a way to test for extreme sensitivity to succinylcholine. I believe it is used in uk more. Because of its effects on plasma cholinesterase, tell anesthesiologist about use or stop if planning surgery. ...Read more
What are the differences between topical lidocaine 1% cream or gel and topical dibucaine 1% ointment?
Nupercainal worked well for anal fissure but i switched to the generic dibucaine. Why does the generic burn so bad?
Local anesthetic: Nupercainal is a cream or ointment that contains the local anesthetic dibucaine. It can be applied directly to a small cut or scrape, a minor burn, or to an insect bite, poison ivy blisters, etc. To provide topical pain relief. It will not provide relief for severe pain. ...Read more
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Yes: The nupercainal will cause the penis to experience an anesthetic effect and with a decreased sensitivity, the ejaculatory period can be increased. It is a treatment option for those with premature ejaculation. Utilizing double condoms is also an option, as is psychotherapy and ssri medications. ...Read more
Depends: Internal hemorrhoids rarely cause pain. If you have anal pain with a bm, then you either have a fissure or external hemorrhoids. Nupercainal may help but it may also give you worse pain if applied to a fissure. Better to get examined and find the cause and get proper treatment. ...Read more
Don't think so.: If it does i can't imagine it would be of any clinical significance. ...Read more
One with a licence: Any Doctor with a license to Prescribe medication can can Prescribe these medication. For example a Primary Care Doctor, a Geriatrician, an internist, a Neurologist, a Psychiatrist, etc. These medications are mainly used for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, but they have many other uses too. Certainly, a Neurologist would usually be the most educated/learned type of physician to. ...Read more