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Had thermacare heat cell knee wrap, knee burns while friction with cloth, applying neosporin. Treatment?

had thermacare heat cell knee wrap for 24hrs and that caused some burning of the skin interior to kneecap and above the knee cap. if i wear clothes, the friction between the skin and the clothe causing more burning sensation. i am already using neosporin cream but is not providing any comfort. what can i use to get rid of this burning sensation?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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Hi...dear user..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Burning sensation around the knee cap..,
may be due to decreasing blood circulation in to the Knee.,
or Irritaition of material used for knee cap..,
So evaluate it..,
Apply ELOCON...ointment..on affected part.,
Tab. Tryptomer 25 mg daily for 10 days night times..,
Tab Methylcobalamine daily morning time..,
ok thanQ"
Answered: Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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