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Mylan 5% lidocaine patches~ Just a suggestion to anyone using any type of trans-dermal med on a patch... always spray area of application with isopropyl alcohol and clean well. The patch sticks much better.... but these def feel like I just stuck a bumper sticker on myself. My other brand were much more comfortable with a gel backing....These are just as I said, like trying to conform a bumper sticker to the contours of your body. Efficacy has...
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Carolyn Very poor quality as compared to the Qualitest Generic brand. Works only superficially and gives me a headache. They do not fell like the Qualitest brand as well. These feel,l...

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These Mylan patches are junk and I got screwed out of 40$. There is no gel to make the patches more comfortable and stick better. Do yourself a favor and ask your pharmacist for another brand. Do not settle for these you will not be impressed or get any relief! I wish that I could return them and get a refund. The other two types of patches that work for me were made by Watson and Qualitest pharmaceuticals. Much much much much better than the...
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I have been prescribed Lidocaine 5% patches for several years. The Mylar brand patches are 100% useless and a waste of money for not only the consumer but also the insurance company. They are not usable at all. They do not stick to any part of the body and even tape does not help. The plastic does not conform to to your body no matter where you put them . They cause you to sweat because if the material they are made with. They are supposed to...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#934189
They are garbage waist of money, I paid $200 for this garbage, Mylan dosen't care about the consumer, the Pharmacists at Rite Aid said this is all they buy, makes me wonder is the buter getting a kick back. Pure junk
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#917994
1.4
They switched backing from cloth to plastic and NOTHING sticks!!! My pain relief has plummetted!
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#908059
1.5
I have 6 boxes of Mylan lidocaine patches ! What a rip off they will not stick to your skin!
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#895151
They did not stick to my body. My insurance didn't cover them because of the poor quality. Other brands are cloth. I'd like a refund.
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Lidocaine Patch 5 Percent - These new patches are worthless. They do not stick. We should be able to get out money back!!! I put them on and they did not even stay on for 10 minutes. I tried another package and had the same horrible results. I tried taking them back to the pharmacy and they wouldn't accept them back. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the original product....I guess other than the company not making enough money. Another...
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Anonymous I totally agree. I get my patches from the VA. They normally send me the name brand or patches made by Watson. The last two times they sent me Mylan brand. I just sent them an...

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  • Quality of the new patches
#995887
The FDA's limit on use is mystifying and cruel, and the drug company's price is outrageous. My orthopedist said it probably costs $0.25 to manufacturer one. Shame on the FDA and the drug company! Mylan: You'd make a lot more money on this if the price was reasonable. There are thousands, if not tens of thousands of people in this country who need this patch for knee pain alone. And FDA: WHY, WHY, WHY do you limit this to herpetic neuralgia and...
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h.kitchener I "need" a new car and am really upset that the cheapest car up to my standards costs an outrageous $50K. I'm with you---we deserve and demand those things in life that we des...

Why such a low dose? Why is Mylan still making these. I see bad reviews all over the place. I thought i was getting the 700 mg. I am going to see if I can return them. such a waist of money. Who has time to tape this to our body? I am already in enough pain as it is. And not getting any pain relief, probably wouldn't even if they did stick. These are a joke for real. I wonder where to get better quality patches that stick and have enough...
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  • Patches
#987863
They are a complete waste of money and should be taken off the market. If the consumer is throwing them away before actually using them they are a scam product. Do not even bother accepting these at the pharmacy. There isn't a tape on the market to hold them on. I feel like someone needs to consider this sort of thing when putting awful products on the market. People cannot afford to waste money on prescriptions that don't work. Mylan should be...
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Anonymous Aspercreme brand Lidocaine patches 4% about a dollar each at any Walmart store any drugstore might charge you a little bit more of the drug stores but they're just as effectiv...

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Anonymous I get my pain patches from the VA and I sent an email to the pharmacist complaining about the quality. These patches are 100% useless. They do not stick at all and I seriously...

#972372
If you are looking for a patch that works - NEVER SETTLE OR BUY this brand.They are terrible. The slightest movement or persperation and they fall right off. The backing is a hard plastic. I honestly don't know how they get away with selling these to the American public. The good patches are manufactured by Qualtest, Endo or Actavis. I've had two back surgeries and one neck surgery. I am fused with rods and screws for almost my entire neck and...
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  • That you are selling a product that is completely useless
I have been using lidocaine patches for sometime, and recently because of Medicare, the patches are from Mylar. These are the worst designed patches i have ever dealt with. The outside protective shield is made of a ridged plastic that does not stick around the edges, they do not conform to the curves of the body. Has none of the people who are responsible for the end product ever heard of plastic wrap or some other flexible product. At...
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I have been using lidocaine patches for years Iam now using the brand Mylan and they are horrable ! They don't stick at all they are *** if rite aid and other pharmacys are giving them out then Iam gonna buy mine on the internet there better and cheaper ! Don't use the Mylan brand they do not stick to you skin even tho you are washed and dryed they use a plastic hard film paper that will not stick to your skin ..
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