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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: 1,340
    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.
  • 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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