Topical Cream For Rash

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Clo H Cream
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I HAVE A VERY BAD CASE OF JOCK ITCH.THE RASH IS ON BOTH SIDES OF MY THEIGHS AND IS RED AS A LOBSTER AND ITCHES VERY BADLY. MY DOCTOR SOLD ME A SMALL JAR OF CLO-H CREAM WHICH HE SAYS WILL CURE MY CONDITION.ANYBODY KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS CREAM? WILL IT HELP ME? ## This type of problem is usually caused by a fungus, similar to what causes a yeast infection, but it remains topical. Clo-H contains Clotrimazole and Hydrocortisone and it is used to treat such fungal infections. Learn more Clotrimazole details here. Learn more Hydrocortisone details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Clotrimazole.
Wed, Aug 22 '12, 4:06 PM
rash on face from tac 0.1 in eucerin cream.
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I used some tac 0.1 in eucerin cream on my face in spots were zits would not go away and now I look like I have full blown acne. it has little blisters. I just used it on my face so can the rest of my body be in the sun or not? how long until this goes away as the zits I had before were minimal and I should of never used it in the first place..... so stupid!!! ## Yes, that was a bad idea. It contains Triamcinolone, which is listed by the FDA as a steroid class medication and they can actually cause acne as side effects. However, this would not explain the blistering, so you should have that checked out by your doctor. Other side effects to topical use may possibly include skin irritation, dryness and redness. Have you ever gotten cold sores? If so, that may explain the blisters, since s... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Triamcinolone.
Fri, Jul 24 '15, 12:36 PM
what is gelmicin cream used for. Lupus
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Can you use this cream for lupus break out on the skin ## Hello, Cathy! How are you? Usually, oral medications are used, to they work systemically to alleviate as many symptoms, as possible. I'm not sure if a topical cream would do much to help, but you could check with your doctor to see what they think. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including skin redness, irritation, dryness and itching. Are you on any medications? ## I have skin discolouration & it appears as if it's possibly spreading or maybe I'm developing a skin rash but will Gelmicin help if I apply it? ...
Updated 10 months ago.
Thu, Nov 10 '16, 4:05 PM
amit keta cream
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Are there side effects to using this cream? ## Hello, Drew! How are you? A topical cream that combines Ketorolac, which is an NSAID, and Amitriptyline, which is a TCA, is most commonly used for pain relief. Since it is used topically, the FDA lists the most common side effects as being related to that and they may possibly include skin burning, redness and rash. This should not be taken internally, it is for topical use, only. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Ketorolac.
Tue, Jan 20 '15, 3:05 PM
quadriderm cream
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Can i use quadriderm cream for the itchy ears. i was given this cream an cannot remember if it was prescribed for my ears. ## YES YOU CAN NO PROB ## Quadriderm contains the active ingredient Betamethasone, a steroid, it is used to treat allergic reactions and inflammation. This cream is for topical use. That said, yes, you can use it for these types of itchiness. However, you can experience a side effect of rebound inflammation and rash. You can read more here: Is thee anything else I can help you with? ## can i ues this cream for dry lips but Dr says i have in side fever lips bust up , sours & boils with nothing in them when pick ## I'm asking something on question 2, I am experiencing a sort of whiter skin like a scorch around the skin, after I've used Quadriderm for some ... ...
Updated 19 days ago in Betamethasone.
Sun, Sep 03 '17, 2:01 AM
Methasone plus cream
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i need to know about this cream how to use and what is the side effcts are?this is from india. ## WHERE CAN I BUY THIS CREAM METASONE PLUS CREAM ## These contains the active ingredient Dexamethasone, which is a steroid class medication and if used topically in a cream, you shouldn't absorb a whole lot of it to experience severe side effects, but may have some skin irritation and rash. I am not sure where you can purchase it, in most countries it requires a prescription. Are there any other questions or comments? ## metasone plus is available in INDIA.It's wonderful in melasma,post pimple............. but care to be taken to apply it at night ## if we keep metasone plus we will become white ...
Updated 4 years ago in Dexamethasone.
Thu, Apr 04 '13, 7:54 AM
depakote rash
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I have been on depakote for 5 years. 3 months ago I got a small rash and went to the Dr. She treated with hydroxizine with no success for 2 months then referred me to a dermapathologist. The dermapathologist looked at it and said it was stevens Johnson syndrome and to stop the depakote which I did. He gave me a shot of kenalog, singulair, and topical steroids. As of yesterday the rash is still spreadi g out of control. Any ideas? I'm desperate, tried every OTC potion cream and pull. ## How long ago did you receive the shot? The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and drowsiness. Are you on any other medications? Has there been any change? What other medications have you tried? Have you gotten a second opinion? ...
Updated 5 months ago in Depakote.
Thu, Mar 23 '17, 10:19 PM
Candid-B Cream from India
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can I use it on my face and how often can I apply it ## Looks like this is used to treat swelling and skin rashes due to infections. It has the following ingredients: Clotrimazole IP, Beclomethazone Dipropionate IP (Benzyl Alcohol IP, Methylparaben IP , Propylparaben IP) Cream Base. Being a topical creme, it should have safety instructions on how and where to apply it. If it does not say where to apply it, it may be ok to try starting off with a small amount on your face to see how well you react to it and bas your decision off of that test. Also, If this is a filled prescription, your doctor should have given you instructions of some sort; you should contact your doctor or local pharmacy if you experience any undesirable side effects associated with the application of this creme. The m... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Clotrimazole.
Fri, Jan 09 '15, 2:39 AM
Can I Use Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream Usp Around My Eye Area Have A Rash On Eyelid
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I have a rash/irritation on my uppper eyelid. Can I use triamcinolone Acetonide Cream USP 1% around my eye area? ## Triamcinolone acetonide cream 0.025% and 0.1% are indicated for the relief of the inflammatory and pruritic manifestations of corticosteroid-responsive dermatoses (a.k.a. a disease of the skin). The warning label for this medication does note the following information regarding eye contact: "This medication is to be used as directed by the physician. It is for dermatologic use only. Avoid contact with the eyes." That said, you may want to look into other possible treatment options "if" you sense that the cream will be applied too close to your eyes. The precautions also state that if an irritation develops, topical corticosteroids should be discontinued and... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Triamcinolone.
Sat, Aug 13 '16, 2:48 PM
clotrimazole/betameth cream
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## Clotrimazole with Betamethasone combines an antifungal with a steroid class medication, it's used topically to treat skin fungal infections. Side effects to topical use may include skin irritation, rash, redness and burning. Learn more Clotrimazole details here and you can learn more Betamethasone details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Clotrimazole.
Thu, May 30 '13, 2:51 PM
betamethasone dipropionate cream usp, 0.05%
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a synthetic adrenocorticosteroid ## That is correct, it has both anti-inflammatory and immuno-supressant properties. You can learn more Betamethasone details here. The topical ointment is often used to treat skin conditions such as allergic rash, hives and eczema. Side effects may include skin irritation and a burning sensation. Are there any questions or comments? ## I have been affected by poison oak and my doctor put this on. I asked him if this would turn up on a drug panel and he said no. But I want to make sure? He also put me on a 20mg prednisone tab. ## Using this product to reduce inflammation and heal facial allergy flare up. Would like to know if it would help to cover the lesions with a bandage of sorts? I have been picking at it as it is irritating and painful. Working to r... ...
Updated 22 days ago in Betamethasone.
Thu, Aug 31 '17, 4:51 AM
gentamicin betamethasone clotrimazole cream
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gentamicina sulfato BP 1.0 mg betametasona dipropionato BP 0.50 mg clotrimazol BP 10 mg ## Gentamicin is a topical antibiotic. Betamethasone is a glucocorticoid steroid. Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication. Do you have any questions I can help you with? ## What is used for ## WHICH OINTMENT SELLS MOST ## Can i use this for groin area (jock itch etc) ## i have an infected cyst would it help it ## My husband has a rash and it's swollen with redness on the tip and side of his genitals. Would this help him? ## Can I USE BETAMETHASONE GENTAMICIN CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM FOR VAGINAL IRRITATIONS AND ITCHINESS? ## Can I use this for a hand absecc ## Can I use clotrimazole in colon ( proctoscopy) as for medicine ## I have had a dermatitis in the groin, also in the testicular sac. I tried with... ...
Updated 6 days ago in Gentamicin.
Fri, Sep 15 '17, 4:56 PM
i m using lutica cream from 1 year, nd d result is very good
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can i continue lutica cream for lifetime? pls let me know its side effects, ## Hello, Rinki! How are you? The FDA lists this cream as containing the active ingredient Fluticasone, which is a steroid, so you should only use it, as long as your doctor approves. There are some risks to long-term use of steroids, even topically and they may actually worsen some conditions. The typical side effects may possibly include skin irritation, dryness, redness, acne and rash. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Fluticasone.
Thu, May 28 '15, 12:58 PM
Comfortine Ointment
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I am trying to find out where I can buy Comfortine Ointment. It is a Pink thick cream sold in a jar or tube. It use to use it for diaper rashes or sores and it was very good. If anyone can help me, I would appreciate it. ## Do you remember when was the last time you came across this product? Have not had any luck finding it either. It's too bad when good products are discontinued or suddenly disappear. From what I have gathered this ointment contains Zinc Oxide + Vitamin A + Vitamin D (from Cod Liver Oil) as the effective ingredients. There are other topical Zinc based ointments out there, but none with that exact formulation. Another possibility would be to see if a pharmacist could create a custom compound based on those ingredients. Has anybody else had any luck finding this or a... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Vitamin A.
Wed, Apr 26 '17, 11:16 AM
comfortine ointment made by Wm. H. Rorer
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Pink, thick cream was sold in tube or jar. Used for cuts, burns, diaper rash, etc. Is it still manufactured anywhere? ## Desparately looking for comfortine ointment. Anyone knowing where to purchase please email me. Used mainly for diaper rash or bed sores. Very effective! ## Have not had any luck finding it either. It's too bad when good products are discontinued or suddenly disappear. From what I have gathered this ointment contains Zinc Oxide + Vitamin A + Vitamin D (from Cod Liver Oil) as the effective ingredients. There are other topical Zinc based ointments out there, but none with that exact formulation. Another possibility would be to see if a pharmacist could create a custom compound based on those ingredients. Has anybody else had any luck finding this or a similar product... ...
Updated 5 days ago in Vitamin A.
Sun, Sep 17 '17, 8:39 AM
desalin
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topical cream for rash ## What country was this prescribed in? ...
Updated 11 years ago.
Tue, Dec 27 '05, 3:11 PM
quadriderm c
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can you tell me the american name for quadriderm ## Quadriderm makes use of the steroid Betamethasone, used topically to treat skin rashs, irritation and allergic reactions. In the U.S. it is only available by prescription. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I have a clorine rash will this cream help I had this for 2 mons and my skin is still alittle red and itchey and flars up red spot once in a while why.I got it fromb the hot tub with I touch my dunburn face. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Betamethasone.
Sat, Nov 02 '13, 9:18 PM
triamcinolone o/cetaphil moist
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Compund, white cream prescribed for relief of itch from skin rash ## why would my dermatologist prescribe this when I don't itch. He says I have Schamburg's Purpura. May or may not go away. Wouldn't an oral treatment ie, Trental (pentoxifylline) be quicker in aiding the purpura? ## Well, what would work best for your condition is something that only your doctor can evaluate and decide. As to this topical treatment, it does treat much more than just the itching. It helps relieve swelling, redness, itching, and many other skin problems. Here's some links with more info: Triamcinolone Info Click Here More Info Click Here Remember, your Derm has been treating this for years, and knows what is effective and what isn't. It is also commonplace for docs to try something th... ...
Updated 10 years ago in Triamcinolone.
Wed, Mar 07 '07, 2:21 AM
betamethasone clotrimazole gentamicin
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Gentamacyn 1mg Betamethasone 0.5 mg Clotrimazole 10mg ## Hello, Arturo! How are you? This cream combines a steroid, antifungal and antibiotic, it is for topical use only. the FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including skin redness, irritation, dryness and rash. Did you have any specific questions about it? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Betamethasone.
Sun, Jun 21 '15, 3:37 PM
lido prilo nabum gaba
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My cream has lido prilo nabum gaba and like to know what all they are ## Hello, Nicky! How are you? This cream is used for topical pain relief and those abbreviations stand for Lidocaine, Prilocaine, Nabumetone and Gabapentin. The first two are topical anesthetics, Nabumetone is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and the Gabapentin is used to treat nerve pain. The FDA lists the typical side effects of these combinations as possibly including skin redness, irritation, dryness and rash. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Lidocaine.
Thu, Mar 24 '16, 4:05 PM

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