Dr. Numb Topical Numbing Cream for Medical Injection

What’s your first reaction when your doctor asks you to give an injection as part of your treatment? How it feels when you see an injection? Do you scream or feel like running away when you see injection?

Majority of people avoid visiting to the hospital or doctors for medical check-ups, especially when they are suffering from any disease or sickness, a lot of us cannot stand the idea of staying in the hospital and mostly the reason is our fear of injection or needle shots. This is quite natural! Who would like to be punctured by a sharp needle? Often, we disrespect the major purpose of introducing the medicine through needles because of our fear.

The fear of injection shots is called Trypanophobia. This might surprise you to know that over 20% of the people around the world fear needles and injections. But, one bitter truth is that avoiding injections shots during illness due to the fear of pain can lead to many severe complications. This is because injections are preferred when a particular medication needs to be injected directly into the blood for faster effect.

Stats about Injection and the fear associated with this:

  • Approximately 20 percent of the general population has some degree of fear associated with needle shots and injections.
  • Traumatic experiences in babyhood are the reason of these fears, such as seeing an older sibling cry when getting their shots.
  • As much as 10 percent of people suffer from a phobia called Trypanophobia. It is a fear of needles and injections.
  • About 20 percent avoid medical treatment of those who have a fear of needles.
  • The fear of needles is both a learned and an inherited condition. A fairly small number inherit a fear of needles, but most people acquire needle phobia around age four to six.

Hence, injections are generally unpleasant for most people. In such cases, the person might have a painful memory or a frightening experience with his first injection. Getting an injection from a doctor, a stranger for a child, is in itself frightening. S/he is unable to understand why the parents are not protecting one from the pain.

There are medications prescribed to be introduced in the body through injection or by directly putting the medicine in the muscles or subcutaneous tissues. The only concern about this procedure is that it is painful. It is a bearable type of pain but there are people who are extremely sensitive to pain or those who have low pain threshold. In those cases topical anesthetics are advised for them to be able to tolerate the pain of the needle penetration.

But, the good news is that we no longer need to face this fear.

Dr. Numb in Injection Pain

What if you feel no pain while getting injections?? Wondering! True.

There is a breakthrough combination of powerful anesthetic to numb your skin called Dr. Numb. It is a topical anesthetic cream in order to numb the skin area undergoing any painful skin procedures, like getting injection shot. This has been proven safe and effective by people who used it. This product has been trusted and recommended by dermatologist and tattoo artists.

Dr. Numb can be used in different skin procedures such as needle shot and medical injections. Other painful procedures like tattoo and tattoo removal, waxing, laser, etc.

Simply apply it over the area to be injected 45 minutes prior the procedure and leave it as is. Eventually, your skin become numb and you’ll feel no pain!!!