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Topical pain relief cream

Does anyone know if Trolamine Salicylate is a NSAID and is it a no-no for cervical fusion recovery like aspirin, iboprophen, advil, etc?
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  • Bruce EitmanBruce Eitman Akron, OH, USAPosts: 1,510
    Scott

    I don't know.  But I just googled "Trolamine Salicylate is a NSAID " and found the answer, which seems to be yes it is an NSAID.  You will need to ask your surgeon about using it, until then assume that you shouldn't.

    Bruce

    Read my story at Bruce - My Story
    ACDF C4-C5-C6-C7, and getting better every day
    It has been a process of healing, learning, exercising, and resting - and figuring out when to do which.

  • ScottyDSScottyD MissouriPosts: 20
    Thank you Bruce-I am starting to believe that the creams contaning Salicylate should NOT be used-same as oral NSAIDs-until Fusing occurs after at least 6 months.

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