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is this med help with lower back pain,because when out it on it is not hot????? it still cold ..... ## Hello, Karen! How are you? There is nothing in this to make it heat up, though some over the counter products like IcyHot do, it isn't necessary to actually relieve pain. Additionally, those products don't actually heat up, anyway, they only stimulate nerve receptors to make it feel as though they do. Is it helping you? ...
Updated 10 months ago.
Thu, Jan 16 '14, 12:40 PM
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Does this have an expiration date? ## Hello, Jack! Is it a cream or an ointment? They do have expiration dates, but not the same for all. So, can you please post back with this additional information? Thanks! ...
Updated 8 months ago.
Sat, Mar 29 '14, 3:12 PM
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Could this cream cause a scaly red rash that itches if using too much? ## Hi Madonna, Concerning side effects, The US National Library of Medicine (also known as NIH.gov) lists skin rashes/itchy/red/blistering/peeling/ or otherwise as potential symptoms and/or allergic reactions relating to all of the medications listed above, except for Baclofen. So just to clarify, this includes Ketoprofen (Keto) + Cyclobenzprine (Cyclo) + Lidocaine (Lido). And this isn't necessary in regards to using too much, but just happen to be side effects in general. NIH goes on to state that you should contact your doctor immediately if you do experience these symptoms. I hope this helps answer your question! ...
Updated 5 days ago in Baclofen.
Mon, Dec 15 '14, 9:29 AM
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Hi I have it in a cream form. I have crohns and my left side stomach colon area is always swollen and sore. I'm also allergic to Ibuprofen and aspirin. I've rub a small amount on once and nothing happen but I want to try using more. ## Hello, Rick! How are you? What type of reaction do you have to Aspirin and Ibuprofen? They are both NSAIDs and so is the Ketoprofen, so you may also have a reaction to it. Did your doctor prescribe this cream? ...
Updated 3 months ago in Ketoprofen.
Thu, Aug 28 '14, 2:29 PM
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I was giving this compound for my foot by a doctor, but is their any type of reaction I could have from using this compound cream ## That means the active ingredients are Ketoprofen, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and Lidocaine, which is a topical anesthetic. Learn more Ketoprofen details here. Learn more Lidocaine details here. Usually, you don't absorb enough of it to experience many side effects, so the most commonly reported issues are irritation to the area where you apply it. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ketoprofen.
Mon, Dec 17 '12, 6:49 PM
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Would like to order some of this cream ## Hello, Carla! How are you? I'm sorry, but this website does not manufacture, prescribe nor sell anything, it is an information only website. Additionally, this cream requires a doctor's prescription and must be made by a specialty compounding pharmacy to the doctor's dosage directions. Has your doctor prescribe this for you? ## Does this cream come up bad if my work checks me? ## I have Diclofenac 10% in PLO cream mixed. I've have the cream for two years and am wondering if it has an expiry date? ...
Updated 26 days ago in Diclofenac.
Mon, Nov 24 '14, 6:49 PM
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I'm cleaning out my medicine cabinet and came across this old RX (cream). It doesn't say what it is for. Can ypu tell me what this RX is used for? ## Hi Suzanne, Based on my research, I believe the abbreviations you mentioned are supposed to correspond with the following list of medications: Ketoprofen (Keto), Baclofen (Baclo), Cyclobenzprine (Cyclo), and Lidocaine (Lido) Apparently the cream itself is meant to be used for inflammation and pain. However, I am unsure of what "Flurb" is supposed to stand for. Do you have any other clues as to what this particular ingredient may be? ...
Updated 7 months ago in Ketoprofen.
Tue, May 06 '14, 11:19 AM
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20% ketoprofen2%baclofen2%cyclobenzaprine 5%lidocaine ...
Updated 4 years ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Thu, Nov 18 '10, 1:55 PM
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APPLIED UNDER KNEE AS DIRECTED BY DR. AND I T BROKE OUT INTO A RED RASH AND FELT VERY HOT ## HOT RED RASH UNDER KNEE ## You may be allergic or sensitive to something in the cream, so it just may not be the right thing for you to use. When you get a rash like that, there is always a risk that continued use could lead to a more serious and dangerous reaction. Learn more Ketorolac details here and you can learn more Cyclobenzaprine details here and you can learn more Lidocaine details here and you can learn more Ketamine details here and there are more Diclofenac details here. Above are links to the various medications included in this cream, based on the abbreviations in the title of your post. The Ketorolac and Diclofenac are both nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories, the Lidocaine is a topi... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ketorolac.
Wed, May 22 '13, 8:53 AM
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Can this topical creams affect your sleeping cycle??? Can it make you sleep a heavy sleep? ## Hello, JoAnn! How are you? No, it shouldn't. The medications may cause drowsiness as side effects, but you only absorb a little of them, when using them topically, so it shouldn't cause a deep, heavy sleep. For that to happen, someone would basically have to almost bathe in it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thanks do much. Can it be addictive ? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Lidocaine.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 9:57 PM
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is keprocaine cream good for knee pain and inflamation ## Please correct me if I'm wrong, but from what little bit of information I could gather, Keprocaine cream is a topical pain cream with the following active ingredients: Ketoprofen - nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug Baclofen - used to treat muscle spasms and tightness Cyclobenzaprine - skeletal muscle relaxant Lidocaine - local anesthetic With that said, I do believe it could be beneficial for knee pain and inflammation. Additionally, I would also highly recommend looking into "hyaluronic acid injections" for knee pain, as I've heard some great things about its effectiveness. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ketoprofen.
Wed, Oct 24 '12, 7:47 PM
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Hi, I just received this cream from my pain management doctor. I have had 2 LS surgeries for severely sequestered discs, severe radiating pain and peroneal nerve decompression. Continued pain/numbness in my R leg due to radiculopathy. I take 3000mg of Gralise (gababentin)- Yes, you read correctly! I take 5x the amount of Gralise to decrease the nerve pain in my leg. Do you think there is hope with this topical cream? ## Hi Jennifer, The cream you're describing containing baclofen + cyclobenzaprine + gabapentin + ketoprofen + lidocaine, is reportedly prescribed as a topical pain reliever. However medications like this can and often do affect each person differently, whereas it's possible that you may receive more benefits from it than others or vise versa, depending on the severi... ...
Updated 12 days ago in Gralise.
Mon, Dec 08 '14, 2:02 PM



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