Triamcinolone Acetonide0.1% Cream

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Gloria Says:

what kind of skin discease is it used for?

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Gloria Says:

what kind of skin problem is it used for

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paula Says:

is this drug used for poison ivy?

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Verwon Says:

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Mostly allergic reactions. So yes, that would include poison ivy.

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Mary Says:
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When use this cream being in sun affect or make worse .

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Dana Says:
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My daughter was prescribed this ointment for poison ivy.

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Syn Says:
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Terbinafine hcl 1% topic cream is the same as Clotrimazole cream?

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