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Cream For Dermatitis
Not trigger: But can make it worse. All the best. ...Read more
Was prescribed desoximetasone cream for dermatitis. I take toprol, (metoprolol) Synthroid & vtamin d daily. Is it ok to use this? & can I apply it 2 open wounds?
I accidentally just ingested tricortone topical steroid cream (for dermatitis and eczema) after applying it to my hands? Any harm or effect to bc pill?
Can I use hydrocortisone cream for dermatitis on the eyelid if the skin is cracked open or oozing?
Effective for short: It is a strong combination of steroid and anti fungal antibiotic cream and is very effective without knowing your actual case, it is effective but I will not recommend to be used for long period as it cancause skin thinner than normal skin discolouration of skin strech marks on skin widening of veins on skin so folow the instructions given by your dermatologist or your family doctor. ...Read more
Depends: Perioral dermatitis can be allergic, infectious, fungal, or just irritative. The treatment, therefore, depends on the cause. Cracked, dry lips (especially at the angles) can often be helped with vaseline alone. Allergic or irritative can usually be treated with a short course of steroid cream. If red, blistered, draining, or crusting, you should see a doctor for recommendations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had to use trimincinlone cream for contact dermatitis. One of the spots started oozing pus a few days later. Is it okay to apply perixide also?
Can cortisone cream cure reactive dermatitis? Cheeks suddenly became sensitive after using to many topicals. I just want to tolerate gentle moisturizer.
Sir am using betamethasone cliquinol cream for seberoheic dermatitis. Am now using this cream over one month I got good change. What is ur opinin sir?
Use: This can be used for seborrheic dermatitis. If works you do not have to change to something else. ...Read more
Which is the most effective cream for seborrheic dermatitis facial region (ketocanzole 2%, ciclopirox 1%, or pimecrolimus 1%)?
Ketoconazole: Ketoconazole is my preference. Apply 2x/day for 1-2 weeks, and then you can use a couple of times/week as maintenance/prevention. Short term use of 1% hydrocortisone cream 1-2/x day can be used for a few days also to minimize redness and irritation. Don't use hydrocortisone frequently due to side effects, including the thinning of the skin in this area. ...Read more
Still hoping this rash is contact dermatitis. It has faded a bit but is still there. Could differin (adapalene) cream cause perioral dermatitis? Hopefully not!
I was prescribed triamcinolone acetonide cream for seborrheic dermatitis around my nose. I recently got some pimples. Will they go away? How long?
Many Factors Involve: Chronic eczema is often treated with long term use of topical steroids. However, using them in this way requires frequent breaks and good follow up with your doctor to make sure you are not having side effects. It also depends a lot on the strength of the steroid and where you are putting them. Eczema requires a coordinated skin care plan of which steroids are a small part. See your doctor. ...Read more
I put steroid cream on my contact dermatitis about 3 hours ago and used peroxide since it started oozing pus. Is it safe to put a band aid on it?
Dermatitis: Peroxide will only add insult to injury to a contact dermatitis. if you think it is infected you should see a doctor, it is normal for inflamed skin to ooze clear liquid. You should apply the topical steroid and you can cover it as long as you are not allergic to band aids or glue ...Read more
Can I give my 3 month old son clobetasol propionate cream. 05% for seborrheic dermatitis on his head and behind his ears?
The answer is NO!: Your 3 months old does not need a high potency steroid to cure his seborrheic dermatitis! there are a lot of cheaper and safer creams, ointments, scripts that are very effective. Dermasmoothe oil is a favorite script. Please discuss this w your pediatrician. Never use someone else's script without talking to your pediatrician first. Safety issues are a concern for little ones. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I use OTC hydrocortisone cream for the seborrheic dermatitis in my ear canals, but it comes back weekly. I can feel & see it. Any other options?
Moisturizer/steroids: Moisturizers (aveeno, eucerin, even vaseline) are always a good idea to treat the dry skin in atopica dermatitis. Topical steroids are what are going to control the inflammation in ad. Steroid ointments tend to be more potent than creams and lotions, and have the added advantage of helping with the dryness at the same time. ...Read more