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Needed this patch so badly for Pinched Nerve in Neck.Horrible, unbearable pain. I had to pay $200 for them because my insurance refused to cover them even though they are for nerve which is what I have... this is unreal. I get the patch and try 10 different ways to get...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
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This has a differerent doseage of medication (140 mg) vs.the original (700 mg). How can this legally be called a generic, because the FDA says it it is. This is a sham. They base it on the 50 mg per gram adhesive; however, the Physician's Desk Reference are carbon...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
#1049254
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My new insurance company cvs only carries the mylan brand . Spent almost 172. 00 Dollars on these pieces of *** They have less medication in them and they will not stick to body. Even with tape on them they curl up I am so mad and been in pain for days!! Also the...
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aleda.evans

I will call med watch and file a complaint!!! I am so mad and no seems to care!!! Thank you

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Anonymous

Call Med Watch st the FDA and report. 855.543.3784

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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
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  • Quality of lidocaine patch
  • Anything about the product
  • Lidocaine patches did not stick or contour around great toe
#1046473
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#1049365
1.0
These are the same makers of the Epi-Pen Fraud. Call Medwatch at FDA and put in a formal complaint. It is a a different adhesive and drug dosage. It is not a generic, as the public knows generics. The number is : 1855.543.3784. The PDR information is carbon copied from the 700 mg brand, but they lowered the dose to 140 mg. Contact FOIA to check drug protocols for approval.
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#1033160
The patches would curl up and fall off. I did get to the point that I would use Duck Tape to keep them on.
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#1030648
1.0
These are PLASTIC PATCHES and are extrenely uncomfortable! Qualitest makes fabric patches that are really nice!!! Dont get Mylan. I had to use favric tape to get them to stay on my skin!!! Poor product.
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#1029296
2.0
Will not stick even if I use transpore tape. Only sticks under the taped portion.
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I have used Lidocaine patches on a daily basis all of these seven years. They have been a great help in me staying mobile and lessening my pain. The Mylan patches will not stay on long enough to supply pain relief. As I stand up, sit down, or even slightly lean...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
I liked
  • Extremely poor quality
  • Colorful packaging
I didn't like
  • Quality of lidocaine patch
#1041906
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These mylan lidocaine patches are completly worthless garbage. They do not stick, are not flexible at all and peel right off the first time you bend whatever body part they are attatched to, if they even stick in the first place. The VA was previously using the Watson...
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Holli

I totally agree with you. My husband has used these patches for numerous years and we have never had an issue until his last refill from the VA. I hope they go back to the o...

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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
#1039766
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I got Qualitest patches before, then VA switched to Mylan. First, the hard plastic doesn't stick at all. Worse, there is only 140 mg of drug instead of 700 mg that the other has. Between the patch sticking for only an hour if you're lucky, and less medicine, this patch...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
#1037361
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THE PATCHES ARE NOT FLEXIBLE LIKE OTHERS I HAVE USED.I NEED THEM TO WRAP AROUND MY THUMB. THE ADHESVIVE IS NOT GOOD AT ALL. THE OTHER PATCHES I HAVE USED WERE SOFT AND BENDABLE AND THESE ARE NOT. PLEASE CHANGE THESE TO BE SOFTER AND SO THAT THEY BEND AND ADHERE TO THE...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
#1036228
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I received my new prescription from Mylan and I agree with everything you said above. I can't believe the ones from Endo cost as much as they are saying. My insurance will not pay for the Endo brand but will pay for the Mylan. Decided not to pick them up. Not worth...
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Disabled Vet

I had previously through a civilian Doctor received Lidoderm patches 5% that had a quilted type backing on them. They were easy to peel off the plastic and apply to the skin....

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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
I didn't like
  • Quality of lidocaine patch
  • That you are selling a product that is completely useless
  • Lidocaine patches did not stick or contour around great toe
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I was given the Mylan Brand 5% Lidocaine Pain Patch at a different pharmacy than I usual by them. At first I was happy to see that brand, I like their Fentynl Pain Patch better than others. But when I got it on, I was shocked! It took 10 minutes to finally get it (semi...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
#1028274
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Mylan 5% lidocaine patches are a complete waste. They literally fall off within 5 minutes of application, if they stick at all. They are made of paper thin plastic, and have no flexability at all on joints. One joint movement and they peel off. I have used Watson brand...
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch
#1025678
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