Betametasona Clortimazol Gentamicina

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what is this medication used for????

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heidi Says:

it is great for ringworm

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Verwon Says:

Betamethasone is a gluticocortoid steroid used for its anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressant properties. It is most commonly provided in topical form to treat various skin conditions.

You can read some about it here:


This medication is combined in this, with Clotrimazole, an antifungal.

Some side effects commonly experienced while using this include: mild burning, irritation or a stinging sensation.

Is there anything else I can help you with?

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Alec Says:


I was prescribed GENTAMICINA E BETAMETASONE PENSA 1%, + 1% in Italy at the local farmachi for a ringworm I got on my scalp and a small one on my often did you apply the cream? How long did it take to clear up?

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Suz Says:

I have redness on my bottom due to a severe case of diarrhea and having to wearing a diaper. Will this cream work for this condition. Have been using a barrier cream but haven't seen much results.

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anna Says:

Jestem w 3 trymestrze ciazy i chcialam zapytac czy moge uzyc masci gentamicina e betametasone na swiad w okolicach intymnych.

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bob Says:
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I cannot stop pooing liquid. Will this stop the continuous stream of squirter dung coming from my bottom?

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Alejandro Says:

Will ARDOSONS indometacina / betametasona / metocarbamol capsules help a friend with spider bites on his legs? He went to Corpus Cristi , Texas for the weekendwalk around some grass by the beach and thinks maybe got bit by something leaving his legs looking has if he got bit by little spiders. Lots of redness dime size around infected area. I have four pills. Is it ok to use this to help?

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