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Beclometasone Dipropionate Medication
Betamethasone dipropionate Augmented 0.05% cream I am taking a drug test for a government job which I cannot test for steroids how long will this last?
Don't worry: The topical steroid cream that you are using is a "catabolic" steroid, legal and not part of a job application drug screen. The drug screen would look for "anabolic" steroids which are what body builders use to get very large muscles. The drug screen will not come back positive for steroid use if you are using "catabolic" steroids. ...Read more
This is a product taken on its own or with testosterone replacement to improve your well-being and enjoyment of life.
That said, I personally don't see any reason to take methandriol in addition to testosterone.
If your testosterone levels are normal I don't see much need for adding another drug. ...Read more
Risky: Don't just assume it's safe. Anabolic steroid related to dihydro-testosterone; it has no medical use so data on safety and side-effects are speculative. It's supposedly effective for growth but has the risks of androgenic steroid use: suppress/ eliminate sperm production, longterm feminizing effects like breast growth unless taken with an aromatase inhibitor drug. Balance the pros and cons... ...Read more
Unknown...: Safety data for nasal steroids in most studies were short-term (up to 5.5 years)--with no major adverse effects. The package insert for this medication only states that patients using it longer than several months need periodic exam for changes in nasal mucosa. It also states that a majority of the drug is swallowed during administration but after 1 year, no effect on adrenal function was present. ...Read more
Can I use Beconase Aqueous 50micrograms/dose nasal spray anytime of day? It Contains beclometasone dipropionate. Thanks
Yes: Most likely you need to use it twice a day, at least in the beginning and can lower to once a day after a few days. But yes, any time of day should be fine, unless your doctor suggests otherwise ...Read more
Can xylometazoline nasal spray be used together with beclometasone dipropionate nasal sprays? What if you use the two separately in two nostrils?
Yes: YYou can use them together. They work by different mechanisms. Use them each in both nostrils. ...Read more
Hi, I have been given Beclometasone Dipropionate nasal spray in regards to blocked ears, would this be correct?
I have congenital adrenal hyperplasia. My endocrinologist wants me to use beclometasone dipropionate nasal spray instead of prednisolone is this safe?
More info needed: Hi. Is your CAH treated with low-dose dexamethasone (the standard)? I must assume so. You can use any nasal steroid (beclomethasone or prednisolone) for allergic rhinitis; not a lot is absorbed systemically, however, and that would NOT be a treatment for your CAH. I'm doing a lot of guessing there, however. If your CAH is well controlled with low-dose dex, then either nasal glucocorticoid is fine. ...Read more
Yes for eczema: It is safe for eczema but will worsen a fungal or bacterial infection. It is a moderately strong cortisone or corticosteroid. ...Read more
Prescription: Diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) is available only by prescription in the us. ...Read more
Pharmacy: A drug store or pharmacy.Get a more detailed answer ›
Inhaler/Prozac: Combination is safe.Get a more detailed answer ›
Purchase: This is being answered by a provider who is not a pharmacist. I saw this size listed for sale without a prescription on international on-line pharmacy sites. I would be warry to but through an international pharmacy as you may not get what you actually ordered. ...Read more
Not Sure: Diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) is a topical steroid and can lead to chronic and sometimes permanent side effects on the skin like thinning, scarring and increasing or decreasing pigmentation (hyper pigmentation and hypopigmentation). You may be experiencing darkening of skin (hyper pigmentation) caused by the steroid cream. I would have it checked out by the doctor who gave it to you asap. ...Read more
YES: Diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) is a topical steroid and can lead to chronic and sometimes permanent side effects on the skin like thinning, scarring and increasing or decreasing pigmentation (hyper pigmentation and hypopigmentation). These side effects can be avoided by using the cream sparingly and with frequent breaks. ...Read more
Diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate): Diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) is a prescription medication. ...Read more
Do you mean looser?: Cream is uised to loosen foreskin iF & when foreskin is too tight to retract easily, i.e corrects phimosis. It does not make foreskin shorter. Pull back foreskin as far as omfortable, then apply to narrow constricted area of skin twice daily until skin is nice & loose. Always return foreskin over glans when you finish, once foreskin retracts all the way. See urologist if unsucessful. ...Read more
Can you buy diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) cream either direct from the chemist or anywhere online?
On-line BUT....: There are on-line sites that state it can be purchased without a prescription. Buyer beware. You may not get what you were asking for. ...Read more
Can anyone tell me if I can buy diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) cream either direct from the chemist or anywhere online?
Not legally.: Diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) requires a prescription in the us. ...Read more
Sir I have itching problam about 2 year I used lat of creams but one cream is here is name is betamethasone dipropionate cream that cream is not wa?
Skin condition: You likely have a skin condition that responds to stronger cortisone like creams. These are often not cured, but controlled with medication. Treat till rash is gone for a week. Restart treatment as soon as you feel some itching, or see any rash. ...Read more
Some parts of my body skin is dried and seldom itchy. So I have dark patches. It aggravates when I sweat. I apply diprosone (betamethasone dipropionate) on them from time to time.?
Try hydrocortisone: This sounds like you have what is called "seborrheic dermatitis". What a big word for something so common! It is in the eczema family. Try rubbing baby oil into the area while the skin is soaking wet after showers then towel dry. There is no cure for this, it will almost always come back. Don't get discouraged, just keep the diprosonebbb handy. ...Read more
Bad choice: This is a glucocorticoid and will relieve inflammation some at the cost of greatly enhancing the growth of the bacteria. You will make it worse. Glucocorticoids may be useful injected into a huge lesion, or during the flareup when Isotretinoin is begun. Please get some scientific treatment for your acne and remember it is not a lifestyle or hygiene relate disease. ...Read more
Terrible choice: It will suppress the inflammation just enough to give the bacteria a growth edge for the long run, and cause some overgrowth of the sebaceous glands that keep the disease going. Get some topical benzoyl peroxide, use it aggressively and if you're not clear in two weeks, get with a competent physician. ...Read more