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Doctor insights on: If Lidocaine Is Injected Into The Abdomen Of A Person Will It Help

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What will happen if a person is injected triamcinolone acetonide with xylocaine (lidocaine) even if they don't have any scar tissue problem?

What will happen if a person is injected triamcinolone acetonide with xylocaine (lidocaine) even if they don't have any scar tissue problem?

As far: The shot is indicated and the technique is correct, you should be safe. Sometimes the steroid could cause fat atrophy, specially if given too superficial. ...Read more

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What to do if I have lidocaine injected intravenously instead of just numbing tissue?

IV Lidocaine: Lidocaine, in low doses, is actually injected intravenously in certain clinical situations. Toxic levels of this medication would first cause neurologic symptoms and then cardiovascular sequelae. If small amounts are injected IV in the process of infiltrating tissue, it is unlikely that one would suffer any major complications. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about lidocaine injected intravenously instead of just numbing tissue?

IV vs subcutaneous : Lidocaine can be given by many routes: intravenous, into the surgical site (subcutaneous), next to nerves, etc. Iv Lidocaine is broken down very fast and it is not typically used for pain control. Subcutaneous helps more with pain, and has less systemic effects (such as numb lips that is associated with iv). ...Read more

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Could you inject lidocaine into your veins?

Yes but why?: Lidocaine is used by docs to treat heart rhythm problems. This is done by injection in a controlled manner. It can be toxic if too much or too strong. Discuss this with your doc if you have a burning desire to do this. ...Read more

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How much lidocaine should be injected for tooth pain?

How much lidocaine should be injected for tooth pain?

Enough to stop it: There is a maximum of any drug that should be used for a patient in a given time. The amount of 2% Lidocaine for instance is over 20-25 ml in a short time. Generally, to numb a tooth only 2-4 ml is needed. Different anesthetic drugs have different durations, effectiveness, and maximum doses. Your doctor will know which is right for each drug and keep within safe guidelines at all times. ...Read more

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Please answer! what would happen if lidocaine jelly was injected intraveneously?

Depends on dose: It would be hard to inject because of the consistency of the jelly. The Lidocaine would be absorbed and as long as it is below toxic doses should be ok. Not sure what the effects of the jelly carrier would be, but i assume it would be benign. ...Read more

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Please help docs! where in the body you can't inject lidocaine with epinephren?

Please help docs! where in the body you can't inject lidocaine with epinephren?

DIY it's not ..: Epinephrine is a very potent vasoconstrictor and a heart stimulant. Generally it shoud not be injected where blood vessel spasm may kead to the lack of blood flow (ischemia) or systemic side effects, when it gets in the blood stream. I would advise not to attempt it yourself and discuss with healthcare prefessional. ...Read more

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Wondering if it's okay to inject lidocaine viscous into gums?

Wondering if it's okay to inject lidocaine viscous into gums?

Bad idea: No one othe than a trained professional should ever inject anything into your body , including your gums. Viscous Lidocaine is not meant for injection. You can do yourself serious harm. ...Read more

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Please explain if it is safe and effective to inject lidocaine gel?

No: The Lidocaine gels are formulated to be placed on surfaces (skin) not for injections and therefore it is likely not to work if injected. The use is off label as you inquire, and i never heard of a md doing it. If injected it is possible to cause more harm than good. ...Read more

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Where should a dentist inject the lidocaine to block pain perception?

By the nerve: Adjacent to the nerve which supplies the affected area, so that the lidocane spreads to the nerve. ...Read more

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Wondering if you could inject lidocaine directly into your veins and what exactly would it do?

Lidocaine venous: A small amount might be used to reduce pain of other injected meds or cardiac arrhythmias, larger amounts would cause you to have a seizure and cardiac arrest. ...Read more

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Lidocaine injections for endometriosis, good idea? Side effects? How do they inject them? Do they work?

Not likely: Lidocaine is not likely to be helpful for endometriosis. Others injections are much more likely to help, such as depo-lupron, which can suppress estrogen production. When the estrogen is suppressed, the endometriosis is suppressed, and your symptoms will likely improve. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read more

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Where do you inject lidocaine and septocaine for dental work ?

Where do you inject lidocaine and septocaine for dental work ?

Depends on the Tooth: For upper teeth, the injection is normally right next to the tooth, on the outside, where the cheek/lip is. For surgery, another injection on the palate is needed. For lower teeth, the injection is normally near the back of the mouth on that side, where the jaw bone starts going up towards the ear. There are other types of injections also. It depends on the tooth and the planned procedure. ...Read more

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What will happen if my son injected oral lidocaine into his arm inside his vein?

He could die: Depending on the volume and technique, several things can happen.He gets lucky, and nothing happens. He gets infected from the site, with blood poisoning which could be treated. However, this med can modify the heart rhythm and could put his heart into sudden irregular rhythm, resulting in death. ...Read more

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What can I expect when getting injected with lidocaine(xylocaine) from the dentist?

Pinch then pressure: Local anesthetics like Lidocaine when injected will produce a prick (unless they swab the area with topical anesthetic first) then burning or lot of pressure when the local is injected. You may feel a. Shock sensation if he/ she gets close to a nerve. ...Read more

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