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Has Anyone Tried Emla Cream Breaking Hymen
Ask doctor: Ask your doctor. It's a prescription. That's the only way to get it legally in the U.S. ...Read more
Pharmacy: By prescription onlyGet a more detailed answer ›
Good for some: I too find it most useful for starting ivs in kids. ...Read more
Sorry,: I simply don't know - in my practice as anesthesiologist, this prescription medicine is only available to use in the in-hospital or surgicenter settings ...Read more
Moderately: It helps but takes quite a while to work. ...Read more
It will depend upon the amount applied, how long you leave it on (at least 1 hr to get best results) and your body metabolizes it.
The only way to know is to try it. As long as you're not using gallons of it, every day, you should not be worried about a toxic dose. ...Read more
Lidocaine–Prilocaine: Lidocaine 2.5% – prilocaine 2.5%. If you ask your pharmacist for "emla cream" they can direct you. ...Read more
Yes: Emla (lidocaine and prilocaine) can prevent or greatly reduce the pain for a needle injection. ...Read more
Yesf: For major dermal procedures it is often left on for 2 hours or longer. ...Read more
Anyone prescribed emla (lidocaine and prilocaine) cream before, and if so, are there any weird side effects?
Well tolerated: It is usually very well tolerated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually yes: It should be applied carefully and all instructions followed. It won't numb all the pain. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. It should have no appreciable affects on the baby in the doses used to start iv's. ...Read more
By from "canada drugs" on line.
https://www. Canadadrugs. Com/products/emla-cream
hope it helps. ...Read more
Good?: It may hekp with pain of the iv. Frankly I think it is overkill. ...Read more
What is some information regarding the use of emla cream (lidocaine and prilocaine) for IV insertion during labour?
Works well,: Must be applied one hour priorGet a more detailed answer ›