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Kenalog Spray Uses
Kenalog Spray: A two-second application, which covers an area approximately the size of the hand, delivers an amount of triamcinolone acetonide needed for the scalp. You can use the spray twice a day for 30 days then stop for one week and repeat if necessary. ...Read more
Had (may still have) stomach ulcers, should I use kenalog spray (prescribed) or over counter 1% hydrocortisone for leg rashes?
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Does a flare up of seborrheic dermatitis with pain and burning mean hair will fall. Using clobesol, Nizoral shampoo. Kenalog spray and oral prednison?
Hair.: Yes, you may lose hair temporarily. Do not overuse topical corticosteroids as long term effects may be skin and hair follicle atrophy. Oral Prednisone is not usually prescribed for seborrhoeic dermatitis. ...Read more
Common treatment: Recurrent keloid scars can be very challenging to treat. Kenalog - a steroid- is very commonly used to help prevent the regrowth of keloids. In some cases 5-fu may be used as well to treat bad keloids. The doses are usually very small and safe. You should discuss your concerns with your surgeon. ...Read more
Having shots for occip.Neur. Worried.Had lydocaine, kenalog in shoulder and caused bad headache and 7 day flushing.Will use same stuff for occip shot?
Neuralgia: Typically for occipital neuralgia either Lidocaine and/or a local corticosteroid will be used. There are several types of steroid products, but definately inform the person you are working with about this prior reaction. ...Read more
I had a kenalog injection this afternoon for allergies. Since they the area around my neck have felt sore and weak. Should i be worried?
Probably bruise: This is probably a bruise. If it is red and raised it could be infected. I would call the doctors office who performed the shot. Allergy to kenalog would be unusual. Use antihistamines such as fexofenadine and a steroid nasal spray such as fluticasone to treat your allergy symptoms, fewer side effects than a steroid injection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had the kenalog injection yesterday for allergic rhinnitis. Post nasal drip has not cleared. Should kenalog have worked by now?
Not likely: Steroids have a delayed onset of action due to the mechanism of how they work. If the allergy symptoms are significant, it may take even longer to see significant relief. In the U.S. The use of injectable steroids for the treatment of allergic rhinitis has fallen out of favor due to the risks and the availability of effective nose sprays. An allergist can provide a plan without those risks! ...Read more
Minimal: If the kenalog is to be used for a joint injection and the injection is done under sterile conditions, there is little danger for the kenalog injection. It also be given as an injection intramuscularly to reduce inflammatory symptoms and again is not typically dangerous. Diabetics might see a rise in glucose levels for a short time. ...Read more
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