Vagina And Clobetasol Propionate

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Sue Says:


My gynocologist upon my annual pap, showed me pointing a mirror at my vagina that I have some white skin that could possibly end in pre-cancer or worse. So she prescribed “clobetasol propionate .05. When I got home, I realized I have absolutely no idea where this cream suppose to go??? I guess my best bet is to go back to my gyno and ask her to show me again. Do you by any chance know off hand where to put this cream? Thank you if you can help.



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Kevin Says:

Hello Sue,

Sorry to hear about your skin condition. Hopefully I can provide you with some help.

I would like to start by saying that you can always start by contacting your OBGYN or your pharmacy for instructions on how to administer your medication. According to the National Institute of Health the cream/ointment should be applied topically to the affected area (the white skin in this case). It should state on your medication how much and how often you should be administering the medication.

If you start to experience any adverse reactions after you administer the medication please contact your OBGYN.

I hope this information helps. Let me know if you have any further questions.

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