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Can I use betamethasone valerate bream BP for phimosis?
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Worth trying
Retract foreskin as far as it will go and apply cream around the narrow constricted are.
Perform twice daily for about 3 months. Hope uou are successful. Remember that success rate for adults ia about 50%, and a number of those initially success will contract again. You can use the cream a second time, but eventually a circumcision or prepucioplasty may be necessary.

In brief: Worth trying
Retract foreskin as far as it will go and apply cream around the narrow constricted are.
Perform twice daily for about 3 months. Hope uou are successful. Remember that success rate for adults ia about 50%, and a number of those initially success will contract again. You can use the cream a second time, but eventually a circumcision or prepucioplasty may be necessary.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. James Lin
Urology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes, you may try ...
Yes, you may try it lightly 1-2 times daily for 2-3 weeks.
But, see Doc timely if unforeseen events occur. Remember the term of phimosis has been used to cover the conditions of long, redundant, retractable or poorly-retractable, foreskin to real non-retractable foreskin, although phimosis denotes an inborn tight non-retractable foreskin. If in doubt, see Doc timely. Best wish ...

In brief: Yes, you may try ...
Yes, you may try it lightly 1-2 times daily for 2-3 weeks.
But, see Doc timely if unforeseen events occur. Remember the term of phimosis has been used to cover the conditions of long, redundant, retractable or poorly-retractable, foreskin to real non-retractable foreskin, although phimosis denotes an inborn tight non-retractable foreskin. If in doubt, see Doc timely. Best wish ...
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
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