Flur20% Bacl4% Cycl2% Gaba10% Lido5% Topical Cream

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TERRI Says:


I HAVE NEUROPATHY. I HAVE SEVER BURNING IN MT FEET AND SOMETIMES HANDS, I HAVE THE TINGLING ALSO IN BOTH. MY DOCTOR HAS ME ON GABA 600MGS 3 TIMES A DAY BUT IT DOESN'T SEEM TO BE HLPING WITH THE BURNING. COULD YOU PLEASR TELL ME IF THIS WOULD WORK.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Terri! How are you? I am very sorry about the problem that you're having.

Has your doctor prescribed this? It is just various medications compounded into a cream to be used topically, but most of them have not ever been proven to be effective topically.

And since you are already taking oral Gabapentin, you would need to check with your doctor before using this, since it also contains it.

How long have you been taking it? It is not an actual analgesic, so it will take 4 to 6 weeks to reach its full level of efficacy in your body.

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Debbie Says:

Hello I've never heard of this cream that my pain management doctor has prescribed me and I have no idea what the medicine is in it, could someone please tell me what it is? Cable says" AP 14 - 3 keto 20 Gaba 6 lido 4" CR " I have no idea what keto , baba, lido is and what it does my doctor just wrote out the script and didn't give me any info about it, I would greatly appreciate any info. Thank you.

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Bonni Says:

I have several bone diseases and also multiple sclerosis and my arms and shoulders hurt s I got some of this cream and it helped it 100% I was shocked considering all the actual pain meds I'm on. And chemo for the ms that's stopped it from progressing.

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