Clobetasol Propionate For Allopecia Areata

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sarah Says:


I used 0.05% clobetasol tropical ointment for a month for allopecia and its been 2 months since i stopped using it because my doctor asked me to use it only for a month. I'm wondering if i can use it again as my hair didn't stop falling out and the bald patches are growing bigger? Thank you.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Sarah! How are you?

These steroids have only been shown to have limited success at treating this condition and the creams/ointments are actually the worst.

Has your doctor offered any other treatment options?

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Dhanusha Says:
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Two days back I found a white patch. When I consulted a doctor he said it is Alopecia areata. And he suggested I take clobetasol propionate and salicylic acid. Is this the right type of medication for it? If not, plz suggest me any other appropriate medicine or ointment. Thank you.

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