Betametasona/clotrimazol/gentamicina Uses

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Lorraine Says:
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I previously developed cellulitis, which started on my leg, I ended up going to my doctor and he prescribed antibiotics and an ointment and it did go away. That was three years ago. Recently I began feeling that same itch on my leg and figured it was coming back, and sure enough the rash is starting to develop. Before it gets any worse, would I be able to use this cream for cellulitis on my leg?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Lorraine! How are you?

It may help, but you should check with your doctor, first, especially since you may also need a systemic antibiotic. Are you on any other medications?

The FDA lists its typical side effects as including skin redness, irritation and dry skin.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Rios Says:
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I have an abcess. Can I use this cream for an abcess?

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