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Likely yes: A lot of people with seb derm respond to topical steroids for the redness. However, Betamethasone is a potent steroid and a lot more than i would recommend using on your face. Also, Clotrimazole may help some patients with seb derm. Lotrisone (clotrimazole and betamethasone) would not be my first, or second or even third agent to use. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tinea cruris on penis, even in winter.I'm using this cream(miconazole nitrate, neomycin sulphate, clobetasol proplonate, zinc sulphate, chlorocresol cream)?
Please clarify: Thank you for letting us know. Is it working for you? What is your question? ...Read more
Works on skin: Works on skin but not nails.Get a more detailed answer ›
Red/sensitive tip of peni scrotum, irritated lines in groin fold, use lotrimon, mupricon, ketoconazole, terbinafindesodin. What could it b. Std clean?
Ketoconazole: Ketoconazole cream is an antifungal agent that works against yeast. Clobetasol is a strong steroid that will supress inflammation and make it seem better but it will not kill the yeast, just hide it. Also clobetasol is extremely strong for the penis. It will cause skin atropy. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Balanitis is just a term saying there is inflammation on glans penis and would not be necessarily contagious. However, if the inflammation is related with yeast or herpes infection, it would be. So, see Urologist for clarifying the concern individually. Best wish ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have 3 creams which one is best for eczema? 1 Nystatin ointment 2 clotrimazole and betamethason dipropionate cream 3 aloe vesta anti fungal ointmen
Betamethasone: These medicines are for fungus; the clotrimazole/betamethasone mixture will help do to the steroid component, but it should never be applied to areas of thin skin (axillae, groin, face). The clotrimazole component is for fungus, as well as the other ointments you mentioned ...Read more
Peeling rash on penis base, scrotum. Used anti fungal, steroid creams, antibiotics(cleared for a bit) tinea creams, powder, kept dry. Been doctor.Help?
See skin doctor: It's time for you to see a dermatologist to find out. Since you did not mention itching, latex allergy (assuming that you do use condom occasionally) is unlikely. ...Read more