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Beverly Says:


Subject medicine was perscribed by my doctor for painful nerve in my foot and ankle. It is a salve and has no directions of how to use, how often, etc. Please let me know the general use.
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David Says:

Hi Beverly,

You wouldn't happen to have the full name of this medication by chance? I can go off the abbreviations, but for your own best interest, I would prefer not to guess which medications they may be, due to the wide variety of drugs out there.

If you could post back with those details, that would be great.

Thanks!


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