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Neurogenic Cream

Has anyone ever used neurogenic cream for nerve pain ?
You can buy it at Walgreens, it's about 30 dollars
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  • dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 10,040
    of the many ointments/creams on the market you can purchase without a prescription.

    If you read what some of those are suppose to do, then perhaps we wouldn't need to see a doctor.
    But if it helps, its a small investment
    Ron DiLauro Spine-Health System Administrator
    I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences
    You can email me at: rdilauro@veritashealth.com
  • I'm using Lidocaine gel patches 5% doctor must write scrib. It does penetrated deep but helps me for the "needle pin" pain in lower spine .
    Charles A. Alston III
  • It really works gr eat on my feet for a few weeks
    But then switch back over to regular baby lotion
    Because it does dry the feet a little.
  • My partner suffers chronic pain and have used I would say just about every type of cream and lotion during extreme flare ups.

    I am not familiar about the brand you are mentioning it may be a location thing.

    I agree with Dilauro! It could help as a 'routine' though. Honestly the best relief my other half has gotten with these creams is from a tube of stuff brought at our local produce store to treat Dairy Cows Mastitis!! Expensive and reeks the house out but it's in the back of the cupboard for extreme flare ups!
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