Gab Dic Lid Bac

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Tom Says:


What is GAB/DIC/LID/BAC 4/2/2/1 P



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Tom! How are you?

Those abbreviations stand for…

Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that's also used to treat certain types of nerve pain.

Diclofenac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory.

Lidocaine, which is a topical anesthetic.

And Baclofen, which is a muscle relaxant.

The numbers are just the dosage combination. This is most commonly a topical cream/ointment that must be made by a compounding pharmacy and is used to treat minor pain.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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DYAN Says:

I GOT RX INSUR WONT COVER AND THEY WONT $1163 FOR IT

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Mathilda Says:
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Hi, my mom is using this and says the cream is gritty. So maybe something is precipitating out of the cream? It doesn't seem to work as well for her. What causes this precipitation and what can you do about it?

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