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Gold Bond Ultimate Healing Lotion
Not really: An anal fissure is not an infection, so there's no use for the antibiotic cream. A fissure is a tear in the inner lining(mucosa).Usually assoc. With pain and bleeding w each bowel movement. There are some topical creams which can help, but sometimes surgery is needed to excise the fissure or to reduce the tension of the anal sphincter. Stay hydrated, eat well, and see a colorectal or general surgeon. ...Read more
Used lotrimin (clotrimazole) to treat jock itch in rotation with gold bond. continued to use gold bond after it cleared. now there's a new rash. is talc the cause?
Aquaphor & Healing: Aquaphor is a good way to protect skin barrier that has been disrupted a result of inflammation or controlled injury, such as a "laser peel". It prevents skin from drying out and becoming tight and itchy. It has no discreet medicinal properties. Use should not harm a small scab. If the area is sizable, see your doctor for a better recommendation. ...Read more
Yes: but do note that prolonged use may thin your skin. It is better to try to pinpoint the cause than using a medication to control it. Consider seeing an allergist or dermatologist . ...Read more
I used Vaseline gauze and polyfax on mesh graft which led to clogged pores. Can i apply physiogel lotion for moisturization of 22 days old skin graft?
Probably: But best to ask your plastic surgeon ...Read more
Is it safe to use Aveeno (oatmeal) skin relief24 hr moisturizing lotion with dimethicone skin protectant during pregnancy ?
Jock itch: Yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Why not...: There should not be a reason for not using it for masturbation, but always exercise a precaution at using a new agent or cream for rare possible adverse effects toward few persons to attest that life is a constantly changing adjusting dynamic process of struggle to cope with reality, certainty, & uncertainty of daily living; that is life reality. So, use it and see. Best wish... ...Read more
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No: Creams do not remove scars.Get a more detailed answer ›