Diclofenac, Gabapentin, Lidocaine, Prolocaine Cream

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Don Says:


I am researching this cream for a client with the following ingredients:

Diclofenac 1.5%
Gabapentin 2.5%
Lidocaine 2.337%
Prolocaine 2.337%

Does anyone have additional information on it?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Don! How are you?

This cream is actually something that is specially ordered by a patient's doctor, and it must be created by a compounding pharmacy. There really is no standard list of ingredients, it can vary from doctor to doctor, according to what they think will work best for their patient.

This combination is usually used for topical, or muscular pain relief, and the FDA lists the side effects as possibly including skin redness, irritation, flaking, and headache.

To explain it more for you, Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, Gabapentin is an anticonvulsant that is also used to treat some types of nerve pain, the Lidocaine, and Prilocaine are both anesthetics used to treat, or prevent pain.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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