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oran baughn (@oranbaughn)

Postherpetic Neuralgia (Shingles) nerve damage

Brain & Nervous System | Last Active: Aug 8 5:53am | Replies (107)

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Your cream sounds like something I might be able to use. I would go to a doctor and ask for the cream but since yours was compounded, I would need to know what to ask for. Do you know the ingredients and the amounts of each component. If you do please furnish them to me and i will see if i can get a doctor here to have them compounded for me. This is the best thing that i have heard of since i have developed shingles and PHN. Thank you for the information. .

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Hello, I actually developed shingles after receiving a radio frequency ablation for chronic pain issues and nerve damage in my spine. I am not sure why this happened, but I understand my case is rare. I am in my mid-thirties and living in Colorado where marijuana is legal, and while I do not use anything that alters my mind at all – I do utilize the topical creams and they work better than any other compound cream or oils I've ever used! My favorite topical for nerve pain that helped me with my usual nerve pain, and after the ablation with the shingles is from a company called NectarBee and the product is called Nerve Salve and in CO a store called "The Green Solution" sells it. Unfortunately you cannot buy these products online, but I wanted to mention it just in case you lived in a state that has dispensaries. I cannot imagine living with shingles for a decade or more, I am sorry you have to go through that! I hope you find something that helps!!