Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream Yeast

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Lals Says:
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Can i use it inside mu vulva my doctor gave it to me for a yeast infection



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David Says:

Based on my research, the dosing and administration guidelines note, to apply the cream to the affected area two to four times daily; and to rub in gently. However the precautions also state that it is not recommended for this cream to be used on delicate skin areas like groin, armpits, face, etc; so it may not necessarily be a good idea to apply it directly inside your vulva, but rather on the outskirts of it.

In my opinion, it may even be best to contact your doctor for appropriate information on how to apply the dressing. As I'm not sure how important it is for the cream to be directly on location versus being applied on surrounding areas, since it all gets metabolized in a similar manner anyway.

I hope this advice helps!

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a very itchy rash of tiny blisters on the top of my foot and around the sides.

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