Baclofen 20, Ketoprofen 150, Lidocaine 50 Cream

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Can anyone tell me the prescription trade name for a cream containing baclofen 20 mg, ketoprofen 150(?), and lidocaine 50 mg?



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David Says:

From my own investigation, pain creams that contain these types of ingredients are formulated in compound pharmacies and therefore do not have a trade name like many other topical prescriptions.

These are just generic topical formulas that can vary in ingredients with anything from what's listed below, to other combinations that I have not included here:

-Baclofen, Ketoprofen, Lidocaine
-Baclofen Gabapentin, Ketoprofen, Lidocaine
-Baclofen, Cyclobenzaprine, Ketoprofen, Lidocaine
-Baclofen Gabapentin, Ketoprofen, Lidocaine, Dicyclomine
-Ketoprofen, Gabapentin, Lidocaine, Amitriptyline

Hope this helps!

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My compounding pharmacy calls it Baclo-Keto-Lido 2/10/5 topical cream 2.

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