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Taking fluconazole 100mg I would like to know if I can use clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream on the outside of the vagina area?

Yes and no. While you can safely use Clotrimazole on the outsideof the vaginal area i would not use the steroid cream since it is very strong and can cause thinning of the skin. Read more...
Yes only on short te. 1.You need to see your doctor , and get cultured with correct sensitivity for treatment 2. Check your immunity status , and HIV see if you are immune compromised or not 3. I am not sure this is the correct dose for what you are trying to achieve what is your u 4.Personal hygiene also is vey important you might be reinfecting yourself the location of this yeasts are usually in gastrointestinal. Read more...

What can I do about my daughters yeast rash? My 18mo baby was treated for a yeast rash was given ketoconazole cream. Still there after 2weeks but worse. Was persc. Clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate and cephalexin. In the morn her left had was ho

A . A rash that has been treated with all these therapies is very difficult to make suggestions for further therapies without seeing the rash. I would have expected a typical diaper dermatitis due to yeast to have cleared with the ketoconazole. I would be hesitant to use a stronger steroid under a diaper. I would suggest making an appointment with your pediatrician or a dermatologist. Emergency room doctors are generally not use to treating diaper rashes. Rashes just have to be seen to diagnose accurately and treat appropriately. Read more...
Too much medication. After all that medication it may be time to try an old fashion method. First wash the baby with soap and water.Use a hair dryer to make sure the baby is meticulously dry. Then leave her bottom open to the air. If you have a goose neck lamp leave it over the diaper area for 20 minutes intervals. Read more...

Can I use betamethasone dipropionate ointment USP 0.05 on my inflamed vulva? Inflamation is due to a yeast infection.

Yes. Yes but do not use longer than one week. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options if it does not improve. Read more...

Can clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream treat a skin staph infection?

Absolutely Not. This medication will treat inflammation and a fungal infection . Totally wrong for staph. The betamethazone may help, but the antifungal is a waste. Talk to your doctor. Read more...

I have red marks on my neck (i assume a fungal infection?), what medicine do you recommend? My doctor prescribed me clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate and it is barely working (almost done with a 15 gram tube). Do you recommend different medicat

Without . Without being able to examine you, it's difficult to say what could be causing your rash. Fungal infections can be tricky and can take weeks to go away. That being said, if it has been weeks and you see no improvement with your current treatment (which should be effective for most skin fungal infections) you should call your doctor. They may want to take another look at it, possibly take a culture and depending on what they see, either keep you on the same treatment or change to a different medication. If your doctor is unable to figure out what it is, they may recommend a dermatologist (skin specialist) who may be able to help. Read more...
Exam. Did your doc do any testing ? if not it may be time to determine what type of infection it really is, assuming it is infection. Your prescription should have treated a fungal infection. Get rechecked. good luck. Read more...