I saw at CVS a cream called Neuroagen it is supposed to help with nerve pain but it is quite expensive I was wondering if anyone had tried it, and if it helped with the burning and aching pain of Tn2 or the sharp stabing pain of TN1 ? I did not want to buy it if it dose not work for TN. I think it has only been tested on other types of neuropathic pain like shingles and diabetic neuropathy.
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I don't know. I think you should ask your doctor to prescribe you a cream made from a compound of different meds. It will be cheaper and more effective. Then again, it doesn't hurt to try new things, so if you have the extra money, go for it. Personally though, the doctors can prescribe a better topical compound. If your doctor doesn't know what to put in it, talk to a pharmacist at a compounding pharmacy and he/she can probably help you.