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Brue
03-13-2013, 05:49 AM
I recently was prescribed a foot cream by my pain doctor that seems to be working really well for me.

The ingredients are:
Nabumetone, amitriptyline, gabapentin, lidocaine, prilocaine, ketamine, magnesium

The compounding pharmacy that has this stuff is Premier Custom Pharmacy, 2000 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, FL
1-888-507-8621

Like I said, you will need a prescription. This cream has worked better and faster than anything I have tried to this point on my feet. It is worth checking out! Bruce




mrsD
03-13-2013, 06:15 AM
Any compounding pharmacy can make this. All they need is the recipe. And there are many versions/combinations of this recipe out there.

I suspect it is the magnesium in it that does the most good... I use plain magnesium lotion on my feet with great success.

Epsom-It (body lotion --no fragrance). The foot version has perfume in it.
or
Kirkman magnesium cream

Some people use a magnesium "oil" and prices vary considerably with this type.
This link explains that they are really solutions.
http://www.thenaturalonline.com/health-and-wisdom-magnesium-oil-16-oz-oil-12639.html

Magnesium is absorbed thru the skin, and when it enters topically it helps the circulation of fluid in the hands and feet,
so that swelling goes down.

~~I have found that topical magnesium nightly, has lowered my blood pressure considerably. So now I am only on a very small dose of beta blocker, instead of 3 drugs! If one uses a blood pressure RX, start making a log, and see if you respond the same way. Hence one may need a dosage adjustment, while using magnesium. Should you stop the mag, for some reason, your BP may go back up and need adjusting again.~~