Triamcinolone Acetonide Ointment 01

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i was using ledercort 0.1% skin ointment.it was having the combinationTriamcinolone acetonide ip 0.1% w/w,lanoline petrolatum base qs,

preservative:methylparaben ip 0.16% w/w,,,propylparaben IP 0.01% w/w. but now this ointment is not available...so can u please guide with the other ointment having the same combination.



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Verwon Says:

Triamcinolone is a corticosteroid, it is used to treat many conditions, such as allergies, skin rashes and swelling.

As to what else is available, it may be hard to find something that contains the exact same inactive ingredients.

Can you tell me where you are located? In what country?

Our site has information specific to the U.S., so it will not help you if you are located somewhere else.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Triamcinolone/­

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archana Says:

i was using leadercorrt plain regulary at nights ma skin improved ä lot and ma pimples allergies stopped but now its not available but once i ave stopped using it ma skin has turned out bad been visiting doctors regulary but nothing has helped there is an ointment availa wid the chemist wid the same contents but scared to use it can i use it regulary will it effect ma or ma skin

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