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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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1.0
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#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 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...

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Anonymous I agree 100%. These plastic patches are worthless.
My pharmacy switched from Qualitest to Mylan. I didn't notice until I got home. I will never use these again. It's less ...

#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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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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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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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
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#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.

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

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