Betametasona Clotrimazol Gentamicina Used For Rashes

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billy Says:


A doctor in mexico prescribed this for a rash i had on the back of my hand. I used the cream for a month till i could not see the rash anymore. Once i stopped using it, the rash tried to come back. Fortunately the rash slowly went away on its own after about 6 months. It's summer time now and appears the rash has completely went away. I hope so but continue to monitor it.



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Glo Says:

I am using this medicine for ulcers on my legs and so far it is doing a good job. I live in Missouri.

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David Says:

Thanks to you both for sharing your experiences with this cream.

From what I could gather, the combination of Betametasona + Clotrimazol + Gentamicina is marketed towards treating various skin conditions such as pain, inflammation, redness, dryness, itching, bacterial/fungal infections, etc.

Now it seems we can add ulcers to that list, based on post #1's review.

Do either of you have additional feedback on whether the rash or ulcers returned after finishing the course of treatment?

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Lenni Says:
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I have been using clottrimazole cream for ringworm it does not seem effective in fact the rash is getting worse

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