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Not Using Shampoo
Shampoos: it depends on what type it is . if it is a steroid containing shampoo, to be on the safe side, limit it to 3 times a week. other shampoos can theoretically be used daily but patients generally do not like the look of the hair after daily use of anti dandruff shampoos. consider them a medication and use three times weekly. consult your doctor if that does not relieve your condition. ...Read more
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Is it okay to use hair products when I am on loprox (ciclopirox) shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis?
Yes: You may use other hair care products. ...Read more
Using body moisturizing lotion,whitening face washes,and hair shampoo during pregnancy,are they safe,thank you?
Yes: These products should not hurt your baby at all. It almost always is something you take by mouth that would hurt the baby. ...Read more
Should be fine: I don't see anything in the ingredient list that would interfere with your Nuvaring hormones. However, those products are usually not necessary, as the vagina is usually able to maintain a proper pH on it's own! If you are concerned about an odor or discharge, you should get checked for an infection. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Doctors recommend use ketoconazole shampoo use twice weekly. For seborrheic dermatitis scalp why we cant use it everyday?what shampoo for everyday ?
It's toxic to some.: People who have no reason to use it-better not use it. It is for scabies and lice. Lindane should not be used on premature infants and individuals with known uncontrolled seizure disorders. It should be used with caution in infants, children, persons with low body weight, the elderly, and individuals with dermatitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Using Ketoconozale 2% shampoo every other day - seborrheic dermatitis. Can I use regular shampoo and conditioner after or will it reduce its effect?
Triclosan: Use as per the manufacturers recommendations; unless otherwise instructed by your physician. At times, a physician's personal experience with a medication or product influences their instructions for how it should be used to obtain maximal benefit or least side-effects. This is called an "off-label" use recommendation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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