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Triamcinolone Eucerin Cream
Not yet: This is a strong topical steroid cream which is currently only available by prescription (except in other countries). If you need a steroid cream, start with over the counter cortizone (hydrocortisone) cream and hopefully that will do the job (and is much cheaper). Otherwise you will need to get an rx from your medical doctor.
(I was prescribed Triamcinolone cream) How exactly do I apply it to my foreskin (before or after stretching)?
Here are some...: Apply topical steroid (triamcinolone) cream thinly/lightly onto whole redundant part of foreskin, inside and outside, after cleansing and drying 1-2 times daily, and see if getting better in 3-5 days - of course, always making sure to pull down foreskin to prevent paraphimosis. If not getting better, circumcision may be required. To do these correctly, to http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html.
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Can triamcinolone cream be used in place of desonide cream for rosacea? Can not get into the dr. For a week and my desonide cream is all. A friend also has rosacea and uses triamcinolone cream.
Ok: Very little systemic absorption from topical steroids so little chance of passage to child through breastmilk. However this is not true if the steroid cream is applied to your nipples, then the baby can ingest it.
Maybe: They are both steroids, so in theory they work the same, but it depends on the specific strength of the creams as both of these come in different strengths that can range from a mild, medium, or high potency cream.
Doc perscribed triamcinolone cream 0.1% for up to one Month. Contact dermatitis all over body. Is it safe to use that much for that long?
Possibly safe but...: If you need to cover the entire body with this cream, you may as well be put on oral prednisone. You should consult a dermatologist however to find out what is causing the problem since this may cause systemic effects, just like systemic cortisone, when used for long. Avoid using it on the face whenever possible.
I have the following medicines:triamcinolone 0.1 % cream, clobetasol 0.05 % ointment, and tacrolimus 0.1 % ointment. Which can I apply to my nipples?
Depends: If the problem is an itchy rash, then a low-potency cortisone such as Hydrocortisone may be helpful. Triamciolone may also be tried as long as you don't use it for more than a week. Clobetasol is likely too strong. Tacrolimus can be used as maintenance - more to prevent recurrence than as a treatment. Consider seeing a dermatologist to find out what may be causing the problem.
No: No. It would probably make it worse.
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No there is none: It is a mid potency cream and there is ni equivalent cream over the counter non prescription.