Trolamine Salicylate

Category: Pain Relief



Trolamine Salicylate Overview

Trolamine salicylate (Aspercreme, Aspergel) is an organic compound which is the salt formed between triethanolamine and salicylic acid. It is used as an ingredient in sunscreens, analgesic creams, and cosmetics. The salicylic acid portion contributes to both the sun protection effect (by absorbing UVB radiation) and to the analgesic effect. The triethanolamine neutralizes the acidity of the salicylic acid. One benefit of this topical analgesic is that it has no odor, in contrast to other t...

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Equate Arthricream Rub Trolamine Salicylate 10% intestinal b

I've used the Wal-Mart Arthricream Rub for some time and recently experienced massive intestinal bleeding and was hospitalized. The bleeding stopped when I wasn't using the Arthricream Rub but lat after I had been out of the hospital for a few months and was using the Arthricream again, I was hospitalized again with internal bleeding. This is annoying and appears to be dangerous to use.

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Trolamine Salicylate Cause Bleeding

Is trolamine salicylate a blood thinner? ## It is not a direct blood thinner, but it is a salt formed between Triethanolamine and Salicylic Acid, so it may have some blood thinning properties.

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my side effects/arthricream rub

i pulled a muscle in my chest and after several days of real intense pain even after taking tylenol, my wife suggested i go with a topical rub i picked up a tube of equate arthicream rub/pain relieving cream i chose that product because of the price as it contained the same amount of active ingredient 10% trolamine salicylate after awhile the pain did subside enough to allow me to go to work as a waiter, however, i started noticing a metalic like taste in my mouth and on my tongue it went away, however, the next day the same sensations with another application including a painful feeling on my throat like someone hit me across the adams apple my wife also used the product and experienced similar side effects i stopped using the product because the pain went away i would use it again as ...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Trolamine Salicylate
  • Cream: 10%
  • Lotion: 10%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Trolamine Salicylate: (46 results)

Showing the first 20, Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0067-1170 Myoflex Pain Relieving Cream 10 g/1 Cutaneous Cream by Novartis Consumer Health, Inc.
  • 0113-0795 Basic Care Arthritis 10 g/100g Topical Cream by L. Perrigo Company
  • 0363-3187 Arthritis Relief 100 mg/ml Topical Spray by Walgreens
  • 0904-5857 Analgesic Creme Rub 100 mg/g Topical Cream by Major Pharmaceuticals
  • 10056-092 Formucare Ultraspeed Sports Advantage 10 g/100ml Topical Spray by Access Business Group LLC
  • 11673-137 Up and Up Pain Relief 100 mg/g Topical Cream by Target Corporation
  • 11673-566 Up and Up 8.5 g/85g Topical Cream by Target Corporation
  • 11822-0251 Arthritic Pain 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Rite Aid Corporation
  • 11822-0340 Arthritis Creme 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Rite Aid Corporation
  • 21695-310 Arthricream 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Rebel Distributors Corp
  • 24385-165 Good Neighbor Pharmacy Arthritis Pain 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Amerisource Bergen
  • 30142-251 Arthricream 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Kroger Company
  • 36800-884 Pain Relieving Topical Analgesic 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Top Care
  • 37205-750 Arthritis 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Cardinal Health
  • 39765-011 Hempvana 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Neutraderm, Inc.
  • 41167-0570 Aspercreme Pain Relieving 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Chattem, Inc.
  • 41167-7300 Sportscreme 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Chattem, Inc.
  • 41250-251 Analgesic 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Meijer Distribution Inc
  • 41520-251 Care One Analgesic 10 g/100g Topical Cream by American Sales Company
  • 45802-356 Trolamine Salicylate 10 g/100g Topical Cream by Perrigo New York Inc
  • 26 more results ...

Other drugs which contain Trolamine Salicylate or a similar ingredient: (6 results)

Related Trolamine Salicylate Topics:

Trolamine Salicylate Cause Bleeding
Is trolamine salicylate a blood thinner? ## It is not a direct blood thinner, but it is a salt formed between Triethanol... 1 reply
Equate Arthricream Rub Trolamine Salicylate 10% intestinal b
I've used the Wal-Mart Arthricream Rub for some time and recently experienced massive intestinal bleeding and was ho...
salicylates
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Would like to know about the natural source of octyl salicylate ## Dear Messanger, This enquiry was regarding Natural Oc... 1 reply
Methyl Salicylate
Methyl salicylate in what medicine? ## Methyl Salicylate is wintergreen oil, it is used in many different products, such... 3 replies
menthol/m-salicylate 10-15% top cream
Do you know where we can get this cream? I have back pain caused by arthritis and spurs in the spine. I also have knee p... 3 replies
Magnesium salicylate vs Naproxen
Is magnesium salicylate the same as Naproxen? Thank you ## They can both treat the same conditions, such as pain, and in... 1 reply
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I just took a Diurex and a mobic within minutes of each other...is this a problem? ## Diurex actually contains Pamabrom,... 1 reply
Capsaicin Methyl Salicylate
i want any cream or gel containing capsaicin 0.05% and methyl salicylate 0.01% ## I'm sorry, this site does not manu... 1 reply
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