yes , bupivacaine is used with methylprednisolone acetate for chronic Back pain (if pain is for more than 6 months) , three injections are given at the interval of six months.....
I am a diabetic who also came down with cancer that damaged my back. My pain doctor gave me lidocaine patches for my back and they didn't have a bad reaction. He must have thought it was OK.
yes, most definately!!
Sub q injection is a shortening of subcutaneous injection. Subcutaneous injections are given into the subcutaneous tissue which is the layer of tissue just under the skin - between the skin and the muscle. The most common areas of the body to give a subcutaneous injection are the abdomen, thigh, lower back and upper arm.
You can't. They have no psychoactive effects, However, This is a transderm patch, so most people -- doctors too - don't think about how the lidocaine is delivered. The closer to the heart, the greater the chance of cardio-effects. The back, knees, elbows -- all great. but do keep in mind it does a significant lidocaine load, which can slow the heart. If you use lidocaine patches, make certain to read the precautions on the box.
In most back or hip pain cases the pain is caused by inflammation/swelling putting pressure on specific nerves. Cortisone is a powerful anti-inflammatory and will in many cases will reduce pain by minimizing inflammation.
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No...as long as it has been longer than 6 months since you got the tat. not always, some countries and some hospitals still believe that there is a chance Tattoo ink will enter the spine via the injection and that risk is enough to deny you an epidural. But dont worry, lower back tattoos are overdone :)
Yes, anything can be poisonous if ingested to an extent It's important to clarify that there are ingestable forms of Lidocaine, which a doctor will prescribe for symptoms like stomach or abdominal pains. This of course is not in place of treatment but just to help with pain. It isn't recommended to do this without the recommendation of a doctor as there are specific rules to follow when taking this form of Lidocaine (e.g. not eating or drinking until feeling comes back), but this is an option for patients with internal pain.
Back pain lower right side causes are: Lower back and kidney disorders.
Very often lower back pain is a part of pregnancy. But if you just have lower back pain, it doesn't necessarily mean you are pregnant.