Doctor insights on:
Lidoderm patch high: Lidoderm patches should not get you high unless you are taking so many that you are getting a toxic level of Lidocaine in your system. The toxic effects of Lidocaine are more often seen when it is given intravenously but can occur by other routes. Lidocaine toxicity can be very dangerous. Only take medications as they have been prescribed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lidodrem: Lidoderm patches have the local anesthetic lidocaine for treatment of herpes zoster pain AFTER the lesions heal. The skin becomes numb temporarily. It should be 12 hrs on and 12 hrs off and not left on the skin continuously. Any painful skin condition due to nerve problem can be helped with its application. DO NOT use on broken skin. ...Read more
No,: If it was the DEA would make it a controlled substance ...Read more
Not recommended: The lido patch is developed to deliver acontinuous dose of Lidocaine over a period of time. Opening the lido pouch and putting it on the skin that way or eating it will result in a larger than expected dose entering your body than it should have. It may b possible to get toxic, it would depend on the dose of Lidocaine in your patch. ...Read more
ER: You should go to an er, you need to get that removed asap. ...Read more
I have a friend that smokes lidoderm patches. What can happend to her if she keeps on doin it? Is she trying to get high on them?
Not commonly: The most common side effects with Lidoderm are redness, swelling, burning or discomfort at the application site. As well as hives or abnormal sensations. Some serious side effects may include seizures, irregular heartbeat, and hypersensitivity. Although diarrhea could be possible with almost any drug, it is not likely. Contact your primary care doctor if symptoms persist over 4-5 days. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Topical: If you meant a drug test: no. ...Read more
I've never used a lidoderm patch before my back is killing me is it safe to use it or should I cut it into small pieces?
Pain patch: Lidoderm is an anesthetic patch containing lidocaine and is prescribed as 12 hours on and 12 hours off as required for pain. It is normally quite safe and local allergic reactions may occur or local irritation if you leave the patch on for too long or repeatedly put the patch on the same location. You can cut the patch but be careful while holding it so that the medications does not get on u ...Read more