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What can I do to help poison oak heal besides over-the-counter medicines and drugs like caladryl?
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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
In brief: Topical steroids
Over the counter steroid creams such as Hydrocortisone are good for small and minor irritations.
They should respond to a few days of twice a day topical application. Larger and more serious rashes might require something a bit more potent or even oral steroids.

In brief: Topical steroids
Over the counter steroid creams such as Hydrocortisone are good for small and minor irritations.
They should respond to a few days of twice a day topical application. Larger and more serious rashes might require something a bit more potent or even oral steroids.
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