Flurb/diclof/cyclo/pentox/lidoc/bupiv/betamet

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kp Says:
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what is this and is it good for my foot I dropped a hurricane window on it and I have a bruised bone?


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Verwon Says:

This is something specially ordered by a doctor and compounded by a pharmacy that is intended to be used topically to treat pain or skin conditions.

Flurbiprofen and Diclofenac are both nonsteroidal anti-ifnlammatories, Cyclobenzaprine is a muscle relaxant, Lidocaine is a topical anesthetic, Betamethasone is a steroid. However, I am not totally sure what the pentox and bupiv are, but your pharmacist should be able to tell you.

Since it's used topically side effects are usually minimal and just include some skin irritation.

Does anyone else recognize those 2 ingredients?

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