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Using Ibuprofen for pain relief, fever and swelling

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Written on the 17 September 2013 by The Compounding Team Ibuprofen is the active ingredient of medications such as Advil, Bugesic, Herron Blue, Nurofen and Panafen. Ibuprofen may also be one of multiple active ingredients in similar acting medications. General informationIbuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication, also known as a NSAID. It is an effective pain reliever and is prescribed to treat inflammation, swelling, stiffness and muscle injury. In addition, it is used to provide pain relief from menstrual, dental pain and post-operative pain. It is also prescribed for the treatment of arthritic conditions such rheumatoid- and osteoarthritis, and acute...

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Prescription Compounded Topical Creams

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Written on the 9 December 2013 by The Compounding Team Patient Outcomes Analytics c/o Teksouth Corp have recently released a National Survey on Topical Prescription Creams.It was found that these creams could reduce pain in 5 out of every 6 Chronic Pain Patients, without need for opioids or other narcotics. This is very significant as so much substance abuse and so many addictions result from an overuse of prescription medications. Their blurb ran: “Custom Compounded Prescriptions Relieve Pain; Alleviating the Need for Narcotic-Based Painkillers, Which May Reduce the "Epidemic" of Addiction.A new survey, (published in BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 11, 2013;...

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Pracasil -Compounding Scars away

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Written on the 6 March 2016 by The Compounding Team Wound therapy and the treatment of scars have always been topical matters from a practical, as well as a cosmetic point of view. This article explores the effectiveness of Fatty acids, from pracaxi oil, in a topical silicone base, utilised for scar and wound therapy. The Pracasil supplied by Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy is similar to that used in the study, as prescribed by the physician and compounded to meet the specific requirements for the patient's treatment. Sponsorship for a study was funded by the Professional Compounding Centres of America (PCCA), while...

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Anti-inflammatory rubs -A Topical Topic

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Written on the 6 March 2016 by The Compounding Team When it comes to relieving the pain of achy joints, many people reach for a pain-relieving pill like aspirin or ibuprofen. There may be a better way. When the source of pain is close to the surface, applying a cream, gel, patch, or spray that contains a pain reliever right where it hurts can ease pain and help avoid some of the body-wide side effects of oral pain relievers.These so-called topical analgesics work best for more superficial joints like the knees, ankles, feet, elbows, and hands. "In those areas, the...

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Baby Teething -a Solution that gels

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Written on the 28 March 2016 by The Compounding Team A baby's teeth started developing while in the uterus (womb), when tiny teeth buds are formed. After birth, when one or more teeth are pushing through the baby's gums, it may be painful and perhaps swollen. Some babies sprout their first teeth with no problems at all, but sometimes this can make them quite tetchy.Teething symptoms could be: red and swollen gums red flushed cheeks or face heavy drooling gum rubbing, biting or sucking rubbing an ear on the same side as an erupting tooth sleepless at night and wakeful...

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