What Drug Combination Is Composed Of Ketamine, Gaba, Lido, Clon & Ibu

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Missyoyo Says:
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Does anyone know what this is used for? It has too many half word abbreviations and it's not found anywhere I looked.

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Verwon Says:

They stand for Ketamine, Gabapentin, Lidocaine, Clonazepam, and Ibuprofen, this combination is most commonly specially created by a compounding pharmacy and used topically for pain relief.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including skin redness, irritation, dryness, and flaking.

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Cherie Says:
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Today I was prescribed a cream called Ketocam/lidopentox/dmso. Just wondering what all that means? Thanks.

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