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Mylan lidocaine patches don't stick and they have a stiff plastic backing that reminds me of the backing of a cheap baby diaper. I had one fall out of my pant leg as I walked (embarassing)! I found them stuck to the inside of my pants and tops, and also on bed sheets. I cut my finger twice while trying to get patches out of their package. It is almost impossible to get patch from it's backing because I have arthritis in my fingers. I went...
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5.0
I didn't like
  • Anything about the product
  • Quality of lidocaine patch
#931619
Just got these Lidocaine patches this past Friday. The first one did not stick so thought it was a fluke or I did something wrong, tried a second. No luck. Went back to CVS but since the box was opened said they couldn't take it back. Said how would I know they wouldn't stick without opening them. CVS said they had a lot of complaints about the patches. Said to contact Mylan and if they wouldn't do anything to come back and they would order...
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Anonymous I just bought the patch and it won't stick and has a expiration date of JUNE 2017. Rite Aid says to contact Mylan directly, which I've done via email through their website. Af...

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Anonymous Request the Qualitest or Par patches. Those are much higher quality.

1.0
I liked
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I didn't like
  • Quality of product
#921033
After just 1day using the Mylan Lidocaine patch I already know they are junk. Even tho applied with great care, it fell off after 5 hours! I am now stuck with a 2 months supply. If you use Rite Aid as your pharmacy, this is your only choice. Shop around and find out what other pharmacies have to offer before you waste your money. The pharmacist recommended using the Tegaderm clear adhesive over the patch, but they cost about $4 for each, so...
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Anonymous Try to find the Qualitest or Par patches. They are fabric-like and the best quality.

Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#894448
They are garbage, no wonder my insurance wouldn't cover them and I ended up paying 240.00 for patches that don't work. I'd like a refund. I can't even use them. They don't stick. So basically you put them on and can't move for 12 hours if you want your money's worth. Who can do that?
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#887798
The Mylan Lidocaine 5% Paiches are garbage. They won't stick to your skin. If there is no adhesive then there can be no lidocaine. My mailorder pharmacy has marked my file to only use Qualitest patches. They also have numerous complaints about the Mylan patches.. Has the FDA been notified? Can we file a class action law suit?
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#830093
1.0
Horrible!! These patches will not stick to my skin at all!! I wear the patch for nerve damage....nothing like having these POS roll off and poke my already sensitive skin.
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Mylan Lidocaine Transdermal Patch Review

#825027
Lidoderm and Watson manufactured lidocaine patch stick to your body and provide pain relief. Mylan's product is like slightly sticky paper. It doesn't adhere to your skin and it doesn't stick, even if you don't sweat, shave the skin, or don't don't move at all. It's so terrible it's totally pointless. The medication cannot delivered transdermally if the patch falls off your body upon contact.
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The over the counter ones by aspercream are so much better I took them back to cvs and they ordered me qualietest patches which are wonderful. Easy to apply to my back myself and stay in place. Mylan is a horrible company ( the epipen disaster) don't recommend them at all. Cvs needs to take them out of their stock. The pharmacist told me he gets a lot of complaints about them but cvs is a big corporation and its out of his hands. So if you...
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I just received Mylan Lidocaine patches from CVS. They are worthless and I will change Pharmacies ASAP! I called the Manufacturer and they suggested I tape them on! Isn't that equivalent to taping on a bandaid? CVS had the same suggestion. DO NOT BUY! YOU CAN'T GET YOUR MONEY BACK AND YOU CAN'T USE THEM! I have used Watson with great success but can not find a use for Mylan. I have been given instructions on how to apply by CVS and Mylan. Its...
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Anonymous Please file a Defective Product form with the FDA

#917324
After bathing, I dried myself thoroughly!From the start, the patch would not adhere well and the corners curled backwards which made it easy to peal off with any kind of movement or contact with clothing. Although the patch was on for 3 hours (held on by my waistband on my lower back and by my blouse sleeve on my shoulder), I did not get any pain relief. The patch on my lower back fell into the toilet and the other patch came off when I removed...
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Mylan Lidocaine 5% patches are only 5% because Mylan made them thinner. They don't adhere to skin very well and they are hard to pull apart. They are only 140mg of lidocaine compared to the standard 700mg patches offered by Watson, Qualitest and Actavis. The Mylan patches are worthless. My insurance should demand a refund. They just rolled out in 2015 but I can't imagine that someone would think this was a good idea. I ended up with 2 boxes that...
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2.3
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  • Quality of product
  • Patches
#909502
Now, I am told that Rite Aid only has Mylan brand. These patches are like sticking a piece of plastic to your skin. They do not stick and they peel and wrinkle up as you move. You can't wear them under clothes without them showing through or wrinkling your clothes. So, the pharmacist told me I could use duct tape to keep them attached to my skin. I ended up having to use another pharmacy to get an acceptable patch. Lidoderm is the best!...
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The patches FAIL inherently by design.The carrier tape part does not allow for any air to breath (Why you see band aids have cloth and holes) and when a patch is applied, it causes you to sweat more (a little secrete, iPEOPLE IN PAIN SWEAT MORE!) and the adhesive used apparently does not stick when exposed to sweat, even in the smallest amount it will fall off. The carrier becomes to brittle for any give and feels like I have packaging tape on...
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Anonymous I get a prescription for Mylan Lidocaine Patches 5% with a polyisobutylene adhesive matrix. It sticks pretty good. It still only, "Takes the edge off. I'm still in a whole lo...

Mylan patches, which are new to the market with Lidocaine, are terrible. They offer almost no pain relief; they do not adhere to the skin; their backing is a cellophane like material which is resistant to flexing and will start to fall off almost immediately once you use that body part. The same is true even when taped on (and there is no reason you should have to tape on a pain patch). There is a better choice for prescription Lidocaine...
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1.0
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  • Quality of lidocaine patch
  • Patches
  • Anything about the product
#900592