Baclofen Cream

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Jeff SignPirate Says:


I am currently using a cream prescribed by my foot doctor, Ketamine10% Flurbiprofen10% Baclofen4% Verapamil7% Tetracaine2%. I had to have the lab adjust the formular with my doctors approval, to it current percentage as the original formular was useless. It works a bit better, but I feel it could use some more tweeking. Any suggestions? Also I recently injured my knee and have been using it on that as well. I've read the comments above and plan to discuss some of these options when I see the knee guy in a couple of weeks :( Thank you



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jeff! How are you?

As a topical cream, this really isn't going to alleviate intense pain. There's only so much it will do, since you don't really absorb much of the medications, at all.

And no, I've no suggestions for tweaking, because they formulas are entirely unique to the doctor that orders them.

The most common side effect is skin irritation.

Is there anything else I can help with?


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Lisa12 Says:

When they mix the compound, ask the doctor to have them add dmso 3% This will turn your topical ointment into a penetrating ointment. The mixture I take for my shoulder pain is ketoprofen 10%, lidocaine 3% and dmso 3%. Now baclofen will be added to make it more effective.

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