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How can a person treat a rash from betadine?
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
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In brief: Cortisone
First wash off the betadeine , .
You also can use cold compresses with milk to decrease the discomfort and use Hydrocortisone to decrease the inflammation. It this is not strong enough you will need a prescription for a fluorinated or stronger steroid cream from your dermatologist.

In brief: Cortisone
First wash off the betadeine , .
You also can use cold compresses with milk to decrease the discomfort and use Hydrocortisone to decrease the inflammation. It this is not strong enough you will need a prescription for a fluorinated or stronger steroid cream from your dermatologist.
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Dr. Albert Pizzo
Family Medicine
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In brief: Betadine rash
This is possibly a contact dermatitis from betadine an iodine containing solution.
Wash off the betadine thoroughly and pat dry. Apply a small amount of Hydrocortisone 1percent to the area. Keep lightly bandaged. Repeat three times per day. If rash persists see your physician for more accurate diagnosis and treatment.

In brief: Betadine rash
This is possibly a contact dermatitis from betadine an iodine containing solution.
Wash off the betadine thoroughly and pat dry. Apply a small amount of Hydrocortisone 1percent to the area. Keep lightly bandaged. Repeat three times per day. If rash persists see your physician for more accurate diagnosis and treatment.
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