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User Reviews for Neomycin/polymyxin b/pramoxine topical to treat Bacterial Skin Infection

Also known as: Antibiotic Plus Pain Relief, Neosporin + Pain Relief Cream, Antibiotic with Pramoxine

Zabo · Taken for less than 1 month February 25, 2019

Antibiotic Plus Pain Relief (neomycin / polymyxin b / pramoxine): “Have my first case of cellulitis. Not a very big area that’s located on the side of my right foot along the outside. The podiatrist had given me a regiment of antibiotics plus a cream which contains an antibiotic. But it Turns out I’m allergic to that cream. So plan B was to use Neosporin but Rite Aid was all out. So I picked up a box of antibiotic + pain relief ointment. It’s been ten days now and this knock off medication has done a great job so far. In a pinch this medication has just as much meds as the national name brand. So far so good and my cellulitis is healing just fine with the knock off brand.”

5 / 10

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