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What a total waste of money. It does nothing at all. It's just a ruse by your doctors to pacify you during this time of anti-pain pills. No wonder healthcare costs are so high! The state and federal governments, and media, are trying to make it harder for true pain patients to have access to pain meds. Hey drug addicts/dealers - I would be happy to give you my husband's stroke pain for a week! You couldn't handle it. You are worthless POS's for making it harder for those who TRULY need pain relief. Jerks. I don't hate anyone in life - except pain med abusers/dealers. You are the lowest for making it so hard for real pain patients to get what they need to live a somewhat normal life ...
Updated 3 months ago in Stroke.
Tue, Jul 25 '17, 11:28 PM
keto baclo cyclo lido gaba cream
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Can this topical cream affect your sleeping cycle??? Can it make you sleep a heavy sleep? ## Hello, JoAnn! How are you? No, it shouldn't. The medications may cause drowsiness as side effects, but you only absorb a little of them, when using them topically, so it shouldn't cause a deep, heavy sleep. For that to happen, someone would basically have to almost bathe in it. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thanks so much. Can it be addictive? ## Hello, I just received a topical Cream Keta/Cyclo/GABA/Lido (10%/2%/6%/3.5%). I was told to put it in all places where I am experiencing pain and on the bottle it says: Apply 3 times daily for pain and/or muscle spasms as needed. *** PLEASE HELP ANYONE!!! *** I suffer from extreme nerve pain in my back. It affects the left side more... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Lidocaine.
Sat, Sep 30 '17, 5:38 PM
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I HAVE NEUROPATHY. I HAVE SEVER BURNING IN MT FEET AND SOMETIMES HANDS, I HAVE THE TINGLING ALSO IN BOTH. MY DOCTOR HAS ME ON GABA 600MGS 3 TIMES A DAY BUT IT DOESN'T SEEM TO BE HLPING WITH THE BURNING. COULD YOU PLEASR TELL ME IF THIS WOULD WORK. ## Hello, Terri! How are you? I am very sorry about the problem that you're having. Has your doctor prescribed this? It is just various medications compounded into a cream to be used topically, but most of them have not ever been proven to be effective topically. And since you are already taking oral Gabapentin, you would need to check with your doctor before using this, since it also contains it. How long have you been taking it? It is not an actual analgesic, so it will take 4 to 6 weeks to reach its full level of efficacy in your bo... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Gabapentin.
Thu, Jun 29 '17, 3:29 PM
Topical Pain Management Cream: dic/bac/cyc/gab/bup/pen
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My doctor prescribed a cream for my back. What is in it and what does each ingredient do? Dic 3% Bac 2% Cyc 2% Gab 10% Bup 5% Pen 5% ## Hello, 4dabirds! How are you? Diclo stand for 3% Diclofenac, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory used to relieve pain and swelling. Bac is 2% Baclofen, which is a muscle relaxant. Cyc is 2% Cyclobenzaprine, which is another muscle relaxant. Gab stands for 10% Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that's also used to treat certain types of nerve pain. Pen is 5% Penicillin, which is an antibiotic used to treat or prevent topical infections in such a mixture. I am not completely sure on the Bup, but it might be 5% Buprenorphine, which is a narcotic analgesic. The most common side effects are skin reddening and application site irritation. Is there ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Diclofenac.
Tue, Oct 28 '14, 1:29 PM
cream baclofen bupivacine cyclobenzaprine diclofenac
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I just got a prescription for a "new" pain relieving cream from my Pain Management Center. cream with baclofen 2% bupivacine 1% cyclobenzaprine 2% diclofenac 5%. It does not have a "Name" - What is it? are there side effects with topical use? ## This is something specially ordered by your doctor that needs to be made by a compounding pharmacy, so there is no name for it. Your doctor chooses the ingredients for the cream according to what they think will help you. Both Baclofen and Cyclobenzaprine are muscle relaxants, the Bupivicaine is a local anesthetic and Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. And side effects should be minimal for topical use and may include skin irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I just got topical medication for achill... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Baclofen.
Mon, May 05 '14, 2:57 PM
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20% ketoprofen2%baclofen2%cyclobenzaprine 5%lidocaine ...
Updated 7 years ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Thu, Nov 18 '10, 1:55 PM
keto cyclo bac lido
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Could this cream cause a scaly red rash that itches if using too much? ## Hi Madonna, Concerning side effects, The US National Library of Medicine (also known as lists skin rashes/itchy/red/blistering/peeling/ or otherwise as potential symptoms and/or allergic reactions relating to all of the medications listed above, except for Baclofen. So just to clarify, this includes Ketoprofen (Keto) + Cyclobenzprine (Cyclo) + Lidocaine (Lido). And this isn't necessary in regards to using too much, but just happen to be side effects in general. NIH goes on to state that you should contact your doctor immediately if you do experience these symptoms. I hope this helps answer your question! ...
Updated 2 years ago in Baclofen.
Mon, Dec 15 '14, 9:29 AM
keto/lido/cycl cream with a heating pad
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I recently got keto/lido/cycl cream that was prescribed to me because a year ago I got whiplash from a car accident and it still hasn't gone away. I was wondering whether or not I could use the cream with a heating pad as for I use the pad alot? The cream is exactly 10% ketoprofen 6G, 4% lidocaine 2.4G, and 1% cyclobenzaprine 0.6G. I would very much appreciate anyone who could answer me. Thank you! ## Hi Jessica, thank you for bearing with me as I did not have a chance to reply back to your other thread. Because there is Lidocaine in the cream I would avoid using a heating pad unless you can get an okay from your doc or the compounding pharmacist. I read on a page from about the Lidoderm patch (which is basically another topical form of Lidocaine, but administered through ... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Ketoprofen.
Mon, Mar 06 '17, 9:32 PM
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This is a yellow cream my Dr prescribed I believer for a vaginal rash ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Wed, Jul 29 '15, 3:04 AM
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My Doctor gave this to me. Its a free sample of a pain cream for the tendons in my wrists (I think she said I could also use it on my back for my scoliosis). I always look up side effects of any medication I use, but when I went to look it up I noticed it didn't have a name. It says "this medicine was specially compounded per your prescriber" on the side. I just want to know what this is so I can know the side effects before using it. Dose anyone know what this is? ## Hello, Anna! How are you? I know what some of these ingredients are, CYC is Cyclobenzaprine a muscle relaxant, LID is Lidocaine a topical anesthetic and BAC is Baclofen another muscle relaxant, but I'm not sure on the DIC and BUP. However, what I can tell you is that side effects are minimal for these topic... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Sat, Oct 17 '15, 4:53 AM
BAC 2, CYC 2, GAB 6, KTO 10, LID 5
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Hi, I just received this cream from my pain management doctor. I have had 2 LS surgeries for severely sequestered discs, severe radiating pain and peroneal nerve decompression. Continued pain/numbness in my R leg due to radiculopathy. I take 3000mg of Gralise (gababentin)- Yes, you read correctly! I take 5x the amount of Gralise to decrease the nerve pain in my leg. Do you think there is hope with this topical cream? ## Hi Jennifer, The cream you're describing containing baclofen + cyclobenzaprine + gabapentin + ketoprofen + lidocaine, is reportedly prescribed as a topical pain reliever. However medications like this can and often do affect each person differently, whereas it's possible that you may receive more benefits from it than others or vise versa, depending on the severi... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Gralise.
Mon, Dec 08 '14, 2:02 PM
keprocaine cream
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is keprocaine cream good for knee pain and inflamation ## Please correct me if I'm wrong, but from what little bit of information I could gather, Keprocaine cream is a topical pain cream with the following active ingredients: Ketoprofen - nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug Baclofen - used to treat muscle spasms and tightness Cyclobenzaprine - skeletal muscle relaxant Lidocaine - local anesthetic With that said, I do believe it could be beneficial for knee pain and inflammation. Additionally, I would also highly recommend looking into "hyaluronic acid injections" for knee pain, as I've heard some great things about its effectiveness. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Ketoprofen.
Wed, Oct 24 '12, 7:47 PM
keto baclo cyclo lido gaba
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Would like to order some of this cream ## Hello, Carla! How are you? I'm sorry, but this website does not manufacture, prescribe nor sell anything, it is an information only website. Additionally, this cream requires a doctor's prescription and must be made by a specialty compounding pharmacy to the doctor's dosage directions. Has your doctor prescribe this for you? ## Does this cream come up bad if my work checks me? ## I have Diclofenac 10% in PLO cream mixed. I've have the cream for two years and am wondering if it has an expiry date? ## Does this cream have any type of drugs that will be positive in a U/A or swab...? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diclofenac.
Wed, Feb 03 '16, 8:54 PM
keto baclo cyclo flurb lido
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I'm cleaning out my medicine cabinet and came across this old RX (cream). It doesn't say what it is for. Can ypu tell me what this RX is used for? ## Hi Suzanne, Based on my research, I believe the abbreviations you mentioned are supposed to correspond with the following list of medications: Ketoprofen (Keto), Baclofen (Baclo), Cyclobenzprine (Cyclo), and Lidocaine (Lido) Apparently the cream itself is meant to be used for inflammation and pain. However, I am unsure of what "Flurb" is supposed to stand for. Do you have any other clues as to what this particular ingredient may be? ## Flurbiprofen is a NSAID that has been available since 1988. It is rarely prescribed in oral form as it has been known to cause spikes or fluctuations in blood pressure and reduces the effecti... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ketoprofen.
Thu, Oct 08 '15, 10:01 AM
What is keto20 cyc4 bac4 gab10 tra4
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My husand was given a cream for pain in his knees it has no name on and is listed as keto20 cyc4 bac4 gab10 tra4 can you tell me what that is? ## Hi, Carolee! How are you? There really is no name for this, it's something that the doctor specially orders according to the person's symptoms and the pharmacy basically creates it for them. The numbers are the dosages. The cyc stands for Cyclobenzaprine, which is a muscle relaxant. You can learn more Cyclobenzaprine details here. The bac stands for Baclofen, which is another muscle relaxant. You can learn more Baclofen details here. The gab stands for Gabapentin, which is an anticonvulsant that also helps with nerve pain. You can learn more Gabapentin details here. The keto stands for Ketoprofen, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammat... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Cyclobenzaprine.
Sun, Oct 27 '13, 7:02 PM
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I had tried so many different types of cure for my feet which t time really stings. I even was on the prescription LYRICA. Almost for four / five months, got concerned if you read the side effects, and till it did not work. ## Hello, Luggage3! How are you? Is it a nerve pain issue? This cream generally isn't known to cause a lot of side effects, since you don't absorb much of it, as listed by the FDA, skin irritation, redness and dryness are typically the most common ones experienced. What else have you tried? ## Presently using "Reliaderm" presented to me by my Podiatrist. He had given me a small sample, over the counter. Not in drug stores, order by mail. Using it for about 10 days, at times it works well, but still experimenting with it. Roll-On, about $25.00. ## So f... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lyrica.
Mon, Jan 11 '16, 9:12 AM
Ketamine Baclofen Cyclobenzaprine Diclofenac
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Ketamine baclofen, cyclobenzaprine diclofenac cream Plus neotracin ointment ## Hello, I'm not really sure what information you are seeking in regards to these medications, so I'll post some links down below that you can click on to learn more: You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ketamine Details You can learn more about this drug on the page for Baclofen Details You can learn more about this drug on the page for Cyclobenzaprine Details You can learn more about this drug on the page for Diclofenac Details If you have any questions or concerns, please post back so I can further assist you. ## I have used this compounded med (diclofenac/baclofen/cyclobenzaprine/tetracai) for several months and the underlying reason for the pain (plantar Faciatis) is under control. Th... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ketamine.
Sat, Apr 02 '16, 8:32 PM
DICL/GABA/BACL/CYC/BUP/LIDO - What do each of these mean?
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I also received a cream for a torn labrum, and back spasms as a result of the torn labrum. The insurance is making me jump through Hoops! (Now 2 yrs.) Anyhow, what do these abbreviations stand for and what does each one do? I want to make sure I'm not going to make matters worse, as the drugs they were giving me were giving me so many side effects, I couldn't take them any longer. Can someone please list each abbreviation and it's correct name? Also, a brief description of what they do and side effects? I am very sensitive to drugs, and am concerned. Thank you in advance for any clarification you can give. ## I'm happy to help! Diclofenac, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory. Gabapentin, an anticonvulsant that also helps with certain types of nerve pain. Baclofen, which is ... ...
Updated 11 days ago in Diclofenac.
Wed, Nov 08 '17, 12:16 PM
What is the differences on both cream
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What is the differnce of this to creams. KETO/GAB/CYC/KETA/LI 10/6/3/6/5% And KETO/GABA/LIDO LIPO *10/5/2% The top one was given to me by my doctor, as a sample w/ 3 refills.when I went back to refill pharmacy told me , they couldn't do the refills for me. They call my doctor there, he gave them the prescription for the cream.when I got home I saw the cream no#s. Are different. The cream on the top has been helping me, I have R S D on my hands, I also use it for my back pain, along w/ my knee pains. I have been using this cream for over 5 / 6 months and it helps the relief of my pain alot. I have been on pain pills, and I can see the differnce.. Instead of the pills I can see this cream does help me.. But I guess i'm just concern about not getting the right cream.. Thank you. ##... ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sat, Oct 22 '16, 6:12 PM
Location to purchase Keprocaine Cream
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Moved from Alabama to Kansas and cannot get keprocaine cream in Kansas. Any suggestions on where I could purchase cream. My Dr. will write a presc. but it is not good in Alabama and the Lab in AL. does not accept a Kansas prescription. Open to anyone that can solve my delima. Thanks, Dee ## Are there any compounding pharmacies in your area? If so, then your doctor could write a prescription for it by the active ingredients and the pharmacy can actually make it for you. I am not sure, however, if your insurance would cover it, or not. That depends on the type of insurance you have. Keprocaine contains Ketoprofen, Baclofen and Cyclobenzaprine, so it combines a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory with 2 types of muscle relaxants. Learn more Ketoprofen details here. Learn more Baclofen details h... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ketoprofen.
Fri, Nov 23 '12, 6:32 PM

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