Triamcinolone Acetonide Usp

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Dez Says:
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I have a 6 month old tattoo and was prescribed this for my psoriasis. Will this affect the tattoos longevity?



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David Says:

Hi Dez,

I noticed there was another discussion thread here asking a similar question and just wanted to share the link with you:

Ref - Can I use triamcinolone cream on my new tattoo

I've also read reports from others with tattoos who have used steroid creams and didn't experience any fading. However my personal view is that a fading tattoo would probably come secondary to my health; especially since it can be retouched.

Have you considered researching any natural alternatives for psoriasis treatment? My brother used to have psoriasis and had success with light therapy. Apple cider vinegar has also been touted as a treatment option.

Hope this helps!

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