Reme Dhp Compounded Cream

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Karen Says:


This cream is used for pain as an anti-inflammatory. The common name is Reme-DHP (alt sp. D-HP). It is compounded by my Pharmacist as a cream/lotion and I think it contains:

Topiramate
Celecoxib 200mg
Gabapentin
Duloxetine 60mg
Lidoderm (Lidocaine)
Ethyl Alcohol 190 proof

I was wondering if it is also marketed under any other names?



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Roy Says:

Hi Karen, thanks for sharing these details. I wanted to ask if you can verify that this compounded cream does in fact contain Topiramate? The other ingredients make sense since they are either a topical anesthetic or have secondary uses for neuropathic pain. But I'm not seeing any off label uses listed by the FDA or NIH of Topiramate for treating pain. I could very well be missing something. May I ask how you ended up getting this specific cream prescribed and/or what you are using it to treat?

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Karen Says:

The original cream was made up by Healthy Pharmacy Solutions in The Woodlands, TX. It's name was REME-D lotion, and did contain Topiramate 100mg, @2.5% of the mix. It was prescribed to me by my orthopedist, Dr. Vudhi Slabisak, (actually it was his PA, Lesley) in Allen, TX, 214-592-9955.

My second batch, just recently filled, ordered by the same MD, needed a little sleuthing to chase it down. The above pharmacy, 844-731-2982, told me the original cream is no longer made. There is a new formula, and given a new name of REME DHP, but that designated name does not appear on my new bottle.

This new medication's ingredients are TOPIRA 2.5%, CELECOX 2%, GABA 5%, DULOXE1.2%, AND LIDO2% LIPOD (?). The new formula does not give the strengths of each med, just the percentages used.

I LOVE this cream, it is a real miracle! The mixture relieves almost all my arthritis pain, brings it down to a "livable" level. I have a lot of painful places: L shoulder, C3 or 4, T3-4-5, shattered T12, L3 or 4, shattered L wrist. Also I have an ischial bursitis that kills me, R knee problems, and arthritis in hands. I do go to a pain management doc, but cannot get the amount or strengths of inj's. that I need, that's why this compound cream helps me so much.

An interesting anecdote: just yesterday I got a phone solicitation that wants to set me up with a "compound cream that deals with pain relief." They said I won't have to pay for it, it will be covered by medicare or insurance. I went ahead and gave them my info including prescribing doc, and they called my doc while I was still on the line, saying they were a pharmacy, to get a script for their compound cream. My doc's office said sure, no problem, and gave them info. Apparently this cream will be mailed right to my door. I will keep you posted on this developing story, I'm interested to know if it's really legit, I'm sure you are, too!!! Hope all this helps you. If you need more info, I'm happy to help! Best to you.

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Karen Says:

4/13/2017 - Update on last post: I wrote about a phone call (a solicitation) that gathered my info about Reme-DHP; they called my doctor's office while I was also on the line and they claimed they would be sending a new script of Reme-DHP directly to my home address. A month has elapsed since that time, and no new cream has appeared at my doorstep, so I think I can safely surmise that I've been suckered. Oh well, not the first time.

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ISE Says:
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Topiramate is generic for Topamax. It is prescribed for pain. (Neuropathic) been taking it for about 15 years.

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