Cyclo/gaba/lido/capsa Cream

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machilinda Says:


Cyclo/GABA/lido/capsa 10:5:5:0.025% gel. My second gel/ cream is Fl/lid/men/cam 25/5/5/1% PLO. This is a new medication for my neck. How does this medication work and what are possible side affects?



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David Says:

@machilinda,

I've attempted to decipher the abbreviations you mentioned for each individual cream/ointment, but am only finding details on the first one "Cyclo/GABA/lido/capsa" (which I believe translates to cyclobenzaprine + gabapentin + lidocaine + capsaicin). Is there anyway you can confirm if this is true as well as verifying the full spelled out name of the other ointment?

Information I gathered on this first cream indicates that it's used topically for pain management.

However, concerning possible side effects, there are honestly too many to list outside of the typical dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, etc), but if you can spare a few moments I'd just encourage you to have a thorough look at the corresponding pages for each specific ingredient below:

cyclobenzaprine Details
gabapentin Details
lidocaine Details
capsaicin Details

Hope this helps!

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