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Hello, I was diagnosed with severe oligohydramnios at 20 weeks. It's been 9 weeks and everything is fine. Looking good?

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Dr. Micael O'grady
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In brief: No.

Lidaderm patch (5%) is NOT classified as a narcotic.
The active ingredient is an anesthetic (Lidocaine). The drug decreases the nerves from transmitting painful impulses to spinal cord and subsequently to the brain. Lidocaine in non-habit forming. The chemical name of lidocaine is acetamide, 2-(diethylamino)-N-(2,6-dimethylphenyl). Licocaine’s structural is attached.

In brief: No.

Lidaderm patch (5%) is NOT classified as a narcotic.
The active ingredient is an anesthetic (Lidocaine). The drug decreases the nerves from transmitting painful impulses to spinal cord and subsequently to the brain. Lidocaine in non-habit forming. The chemical name of lidocaine is acetamide, 2-(diethylamino)-N-(2,6-dimethylphenyl). Licocaine’s structural is attached.
Dr. Micael O'grady
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