Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream 0.1%

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perscibed for an itchy- allergic reaction to a new tattoo. The tattoo was NOT infected.I am trying to figure out what exactly is in this cream and if it could mess up my tattoo , thanks!



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B Davis Says:

used for psoriasis and different skin rashes-calming cream


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MiloWolff Says:

I have red spots on my skin: 1/8 inch to 4 inches diameter.

No poison ive, No bugs, What is the cause?

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JIM Says:

I have a dark red place on my leg starting about 4 inches above my ankle and extending up about 6 inches.I have treating it with Triamcinolone Acetonide Ointment USP 0.1% for about 3 weeks and it seems to be improving slightly.I wanted to know if there was something better or if I should continue the present treatment?
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Jim

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