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... I just wanted to let you all know that Joey was given his second Lidocaine IV Infusion at the Pain Management Center yesterday, which they tell him is a 'New' procedure. ... (6 replies)
... Hi I Had A Trail Lidocaine Infusion For 1 Day But I Could Only Tolerate 25 Minutes Due To Chest Pain And Hyper Ventilation. ... (6 replies)
... Before I started the lidocaine infusions I spent alot of time in bed and my clothes hurt me a whole lot more than they do now.. ... (6 replies)

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Apr 14, 2011
... I work on my feet for at least 8 hrs a day and I can tell you, if felt like amputating my own leg and quitting my job, everyday I was there. I recently received lidocaine intravenously and oh my god, i felt like crying because i could feel the pain relief within the first hour. I started at a 7 then by the time i left was at a 4. ... (48 replies)
... vs. the more typical 5 day IV lidocaine. ... (3 replies)
... l you will need is to see a Cardiologist prior.. at least I did.. and the reason for that is obviously to make sure everything is ok with your heart because the lidocaine does lower your blood pressure.. During the infusion, you are hooked up to around the clock heart monitor. ... (65 replies)
... My Lidocaine seems a little different then yours.. Mine was through an IV. Inpatient around the clock.. for five days.. ... (6 replies)
... Well, I've tried just about every pain management doctor in the San Diego area to see if they will do the Lidocaine Infusion. Michelle has said that she believes strongly in them and got lots of relief from them. I've thought about giving it a try. ... (5 replies)
... All it is is an IV infusion..of lidocaine and they start you out slowly.. Each day the turn it up until you up to I think its 21 I can't remember.. Your start at about 8 depending on your weight.. ... (65 replies)
... Lidocaine infushion is just a IV. Its a 5 day stay in the hospital. Your on the cardiologist floor. Its high doses. unlike the lidocaine patch.. It lowers your heart rate alot. This is why your on the cardio floor hooked to heart monitors.. Basically you do nothing but lay there.. ... (3 replies)
... Joey said the Lidocaine Infusion, and also asked about getting a medication to help gain weight since he's lost approx 55 lbs. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Michelle, I had a doctors appt yesterday and asked him about the Lidocaine infusions -- He told me he could send me to an anesthesiologist and see if they would do it -- I thought it was put into the spine so I said I wouldn't do it, but then my doc told me that it's put into an IV drip so that kinda got me thinkin -- However, my pain isn't that bad and I'm able to walk so... (65 replies)
... There is systemic ketamine or lidocaine iv drips that certain dr.'s offer. its a 5 day hostital stay in icu. the lidocaine if it works could last up to 3 months and ketamine could last on wards up to 1 year, if it works. There is no cure. ... (2 replies)
... Joke: :wave: I can emphathize with your plight because I am also catchining hell with Workers Comp./Employer :mad: . Both of them have been standing in the way of my treatment(Blocks,OT,PTin pain mangement clinic). The only difference between you an I is the region where the RSD started which in my case is my right dominant hand. I agree with you 100% about the... (10 replies)
... OGRESSIV SPREAD MY NEUROLOGIST FEELS IT DOES MORE HARM THAN GOOD TO KEEP INJECTING AN ALREADY MISS FIRING NERVOUS SYSTEM. MY DOC. IS A BELEIVER IN KETAMINE AND LIDOCAINE IV INFUSION. IT TOOK ME OVER 1 YEAR TO BE DIAGNOSED AND WORKERS COMP IS STILL FIGHTING ME. ITS BEEN 2 YEARS SINCE MY KNEE INJURY. ... (10 replies)
... y insurance company who will pay for it to be done. I know it costs a few thousand dollars as it has to be done inpatient in the hospital. They hook you up to an IV and increase the dose over the first couple of days before going back down and then take you off the IV the last day. ... (65 replies)
... Jon, Is that you? If it is, hi :). It's nice to see you. That's great that you did so well with ketamine. How often did you get it? How did you get it? I just had surgery a few weeks ago (knee) and they did ketamin for one day through an IV....just to "keep" things quiet. Who knows if it did or not?! Anyway, it's nice to see you. Sharon :) (65 replies)
... I was reading the posts about the luck some of you have had with ketamine. Is there a difference from Ketamine infusions and ketamine IV therapy? ... (65 replies)
... Michelle.............your never alone. Here is where we find the answers.When they gave you the Lido.was it in a IV??? Mine was a tiny needle that you inserted under the skin. We did 6 to 6 weeks....24/7. Then we could hook up the pump when we needed it. It was great! I now take Lyrica 75mg in the morning and 150 at bed time, Cymbalta 60 mg twice a day, Baclofen 10mg three... (6 replies)
... Hi Everyone! :wave: Oh I've missed you all SOOO much! I'm sorry it's been so long...I got a nasty new boss at my nighttime job in January who promptly took away our Internet access :mad:, and my home computer has been broken since earlier in the winter and I couldn't afford to get it fixed :( But it's finally fixed now! Yay! I've been so worried about all of you, not... (4 replies)




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