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Nthabiseng Says:


after reading all the comments, im scared.this is my second month using persivate mixed with something and i have to use it for 6 months advices by my skn doctor. and i also drink prednisone 5mg tab. The doctor told me that i have seborrheic dermatitis. my skin was dry and peeling. but since i used it my skin is so better and beautiful. Does that mean that i have to use it for life time?



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VerFree Says:

How long you should use it, is really something that only your doctor can advise, since there are many different factors at play, such as your overall health, how much of it you're using, other medications you might be taking, and etc.

Persivate is a topical steroid class medication, and it may cause side effects, such as skin redness, irritation, and a burning sensation.

Is your doctor monitoring you regularly, while you are using it?

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