Which works better:Betaderm or Betamethasone?
They are lotions used to treat scalp, fingernail problems and even atheletes' foot. I'm trying both and find little difference. And please don't be rude & say "try Wikipedia"; thank you. I'd like firsthand opinion.
Asked by Lavona Allegrini 1 year ago.
I have Psoriasis so have been seeing a Psoriasis Nurse for 8 weeks. Betaderm and Betamethasanone are both steroid creams. I do not know what the restriction are where you reside, but trying to get any high strength steroid cream without prescription is impossible here. Most you can get is 1%, whereas on prescription that can increase to 5 or 10%. That is the good news. The bad news, steroid rebound! Yes just because it is a cream, you will still have to wean your skin onto it and then wean your skin off it. I am weaning my Psoriasis off the steroid cream and am having the flare as expected, but hope within the next four weks to be 'better' than before I started the treatment. Much depends on what the 'skin' problem is and then that decides the treatment. However while you think it is easy as 'rub the cream on' after 33 years of Psoriasis, with the help of the Nurse, I am at last so much better than in the past 33 years of trying to do it myself. It is a new system of special soaps, daily creaming and then steriod cream on top. At times it is a pain in the butt as it takes 2 hours a day, but now that I have seen the results, the hard work is paying off. Best of Luck Answered by Arnulfo Pavan 1 year ago.
Can i use betadem ointment mixed with glycerin cream to even out my skin tone?
i have some areas in my body darker than my skin tone,i'm burnette.. i read somewhere that mixing betaderm oitment with glycerin cream can even out skin tone.. thanks in advance
Asked by Corliss Lomago 1 year ago.
Betaderm is a topical steroidal medication; it should not be used for cosmetic purposes. Answered by Candice Trotty 1 year ago.
Glycerin is good for your skin Answered by Sheridan Rittinger 1 year ago.
What gets rid of toenail fungus?
at home remedies please its like dark and risen i gues my aunt needs help fast
Asked by Marty Lorenson 1 year ago.
Betaderm? You need a prescription... Google home remedies, maybe there is something. I know rose water fights bacteria... Tea tree oil might help... Answered by Simonne Waud 1 year ago.
Is it bad to apply cream on hands then touching food?
I have eczema on my hands so I apply prescription betaderm cream on my hands. While I was cooking, I touched the noodles with my hands and I put the noodles in boiling water to cook. Will I become sick or anything?
Asked by Ira Marien 1 year ago.
Nah, they went into boiling water Answered by Fredrick Poage 1 year ago.
I went to the doctors last Friday and he looked at this rash i have and he pescribed betaderm. So, i was wondering if this stuff will work becuase it's been 3 days and i haven't seen an improvment. Also, if you had tried this stuff can you tell me if it worked for you or someone you know? Thanks
Asked by Clay Schlink 1 year ago.
your not going 2 get instant results in a couple of days. just wait Answered by Cassey Chham 1 year ago.
Betaderm worked for my husband, he had a rash between his toes and it cleared it up within a few days. Also what is very good and I would suggest that you try this one if the Betaderm doesn't work for you is, LAMASIL CREAM, you can get it here in New Zealand from the chemist it really works better than Betaderm, give it a try if you can get it. Let me know how you get on. Annie Answered by Malena Deshler 1 year ago.
It took 5 days for my husbands rash to finally disapper it works but takes time to work. If in 7 days it hasnt cleared up go back to dr and get something else. Hope that helps Kelly Answered by Harold Saborio 1 year ago.
yes it worked for my friend Answered by Kasie Thelen 1 year ago.
it works give it some time!!! Answered by Adolfo Rita 1 year ago.
give it some time Answered by Lyndsey Vigus 1 year ago.
i think you should see another gp imediately. Answered by Stephanie Serpico 1 year ago.
wash...befor application Answered by Curtis Kile 1 year ago.
today i found somesort of red coloured area on my glans penis on its rt side with pain when i put my hant on it as it is avery sensitive area it seems to be inflamated thats what i think N.B\I USED A BETADERM CREAM ONLY u have to know that i am trated with fungal infection in inner thigh do u think that fungal...
Asked by Johnathan Garofalo 1 year ago.
today i found somesort of red coloured area on my glans penis on its rt side with pain when i put my hant on it as it is avery sensitive area it seems to be inflamated thats what i think N.B\I USED A BETADERM CREAM ONLY u have to know that i am trated with fungal infection in inner thigh do u think that fungal infection spreads to glans penis sen medication pls iam from egypt Answered by Miranda Crosbie 1 year ago.
Do they have doctors in Egypt? Go to one, soon. Answered by Jason Giambalvo 1 year ago.
Sure sounds like it. Answered by Brad Wachal 1 year ago.
I've had severe eczema since I was born (going on 23 years) and it hasn't cleared up at all. Its starting to get worse since its summer and harder becuase I feel that I can't wear shorts and tank tops out, I'm very self conscious, on top of that my skin is so thin (from all the cortisone...
Asked by Daren Lamons 1 year ago.
I've had severe eczema since I was born (going on 23 years) and it hasn't cleared up at all. Its starting to get worse since its summer and harder becuase I feel that I can't wear shorts and tank tops out, I'm very self conscious, on top of that my skin is so thin (from all the cortisone creams/oints) that I have stretch marks on my arms, lower abdomen, and thighs but I'm not THAT heavy . I've tried a million and one things to no avail, I was just wondering if anyone had any hidden secrets or tips to help me out. I've tried: -a dermatologist -UV treatment -many creams (hydrocortisone, elocom, fucidin, a new mixture a pharmacist recommended: betaderm, menthol and lidocaine (which is the best so far, too bad I only started about a year ago), protopic and more -homeopath/naturopath -acupuncture -doak oil baths Any suggestions!? Maybe a few remedies for strech marks if you know any. Answered by Samual Sellards 1 year ago.
Hello there. A year ago I wouldn't even dare go out of the house my face was so horrible with the thick crust of dried up ooze. Then I discovered Champori anti-eczema herbal cream and spray and - thank God! - it worked like magic: my skin got back to normal in just 2.5 weeks and has stayed normal for the last 15 months!! I recommend to all people with eczema to try it for themselves. It's a homemade remedy and It works better than prescribed medications. Best, Bernadette Answered by Brain Shakespear 1 year ago.
I concur with "Nurse Susan". . . and add these suggestions, as a fellow eczema sufferer, some 22+ years now: 1. Creams don't always totally absorb into an eczema area. In fact I sometimes find they clog pores and make my eczema episode worse. (I use Eucerin products too, as often as possible). 2. Instead of soap, I shower using Origins brand (it's a natural ingredients skin care company - often having their own stores in malls across America) "Modern Friction" Facial Scrub. . . a little goes a VERY long way. Yes, I said 'facial scrub.' The body scrub is too harsh for my sensitive skin. It is expensive, at about $38, but one jar lasts me about 4 months of 3 x's/wk. showers. 3. After I shower, I rub-in 'food grade' pure almond oil, or pure jojoba oil (which seems to absorb quicker than the almond oil) all over my body - especially eczema areas. 4. I keep a prescription cortizone cream on-hand, and use very sparingly light 'dots' of it rubbed onto the areas that may be near peeling or bleeding stage. 5. This regime has nearly cleared my eczema one hundred percent on my legs. ( I also quit shaving my legs - as that dries them even more - and I always keep the sun off my legs: long skirts and pants only; no shorts - sun exposure seems to make my eczema worse too. 6. Diligence is the key. Pay attention. Treat. Treat. Treat. Moisturize. Keep hydrated. 7. My fingers are crossed for your successful healing :-) Answered by Carol Huxman 1 year ago.
my brother has it and he goes and gets some pills or u can try the tanning bed, i have it but not that bad and use cortixone rollon and it works Answered by Modesto Franta 1 year ago.
my discharge looks white and mucousy, no odour
Asked by Gail Scharp 1 year ago.
For a while, I've had an itchy vulva for almost 9 months, . I've been swabbed and it came up negative. I am also not sexually active, I'm 16. However, today, I had really bad lower-right abdomen pain (perhaps ovary) and I thought "Oh, I'll get my period".. but somehow I don't think I will.. because I DONT KNOW WHATS CAUSING MY ITCHINESS. Doctor can't find anything wrong. I think I might have lichen sclerosus(sp?) because my vagina looks white, not my vulva, but my actual vagina looks white.. any help??????? Answered by Earnestine Pantano 1 year ago.
I looked up lichen sclerosis and I think you may be right, especially since you've had it for 9 months and it sounds like you've been tested for the usual stuff like yeast. I'd go back to the doc with printed info on lichen sclerosis and talk more about it and see if you can be tested specifically for that. You don't want it to lead to other complications. Answered by Aleshia Gzym 1 year ago.
Do steroid creams used for eczema stunt your growth?
ok so i was prescribed a steroid cream Elcom last year and was only supposed to use it for 7 days, i stopped using it and all the eczema came back, i kept tyring to spot but everytime i stopped using it my face was in so much pain and it would all come back so i've been using it every night for 1 year on my...
Asked by Jessie Hodgeman 1 year ago.
ok so i was prescribed a steroid cream Elcom last year and was only supposed to use it for 7 days, i stopped using it and all the eczema came back, i kept tyring to spot but everytime i stopped using it my face was in so much pain and it would all come back so i've been using it every night for 1 year on my face, and have also been using betaderm my doctors are extremly unhelpful.. since i've been using it I've grown like an inch im 15 now im really scared i stunted my growth Answered by Roxie Teneyck 1 year ago.
Mansour, I have Dermatits I have it in strikes, I could have it for a week, and it could dissappear for four and come back, I was told to use Elocon, prescribed by the doctor, im sure thats what your using, you just didnt spell it well. Eczema and Dermatits are closely linked, and actually when I first used the cream, the skin on my hands started to come loose and my hands looked terrible, it look 2 months to clear using E45 Cream and Moisturiser. If I were you i'd contact NHS 24, ask for a Profesional Dermatologist and you should get the medical care you need, if not and they give you treatment and it effects you negatively, I think you can sue them, im not good with Law and Justice, but I think thats about right. Dont apply to much Elocon as it can cause rash or kill off skin. Hope you find hope mate. Answered by Kenyatta Goyette 1 year ago.
My little boy had eczema on his cheeks. I was not sure what method to use but I didn't want to make my boy go through any surgery treatments at this young age. Some suggested a plastic surgeon since it was in a very visible location but our family doctor recommend this natural guide. Best Eczema Treatment? Answered by Wesley Closter 1 year ago.
No it won't stunt your growth. See a different dermatologist. He may be able to give you something for everyday use. Answered by Gabriel Esskew 1 year ago.
How can I completely clear up eczema?
I've been battling eczema for over 11 yrs, I'm 12 yrs old now, my dermatologist gives me creams like elidel and a greasy substance called betaderm to super moisturize my skin, BUT it just surpresses it then it comes back 10 times worse :( is there any herbal naturopathic capsules I could take to completely...
Asked by Clarence Delisio 1 year ago.
I've been battling eczema for over 11 yrs, I'm 12 yrs old now, my dermatologist gives me creams like elidel and a greasy substance called betaderm to super moisturize my skin, BUT it just surpresses it then it comes back 10 times worse :( is there any herbal naturopathic capsules I could take to completely heal it in a short amount of time? Thank u! Answered by Kathryn Borner 1 year ago.
For me natural treatment worked better than prescription medications. . I cleared my eczema with serenaskin herbal remedies in less than 2 weeks. They do not have side effects like steroid creams. Itching subsided after first application of ointment and spray, I felt a relief right away, and I also took eczema extract to prevent future flare ups. It has been several months ago and my skin is still clear. Answered by Gilma Frondorf 1 year ago.
Professors Predicted I Would Never Cure My Eczema. But Contrarily to their Prediction, I Cured Eczema Easily, Permanently & In Just 3 Days! I'll Show You How...” Blotchy red skin Scaly patches with oozing Incredible itching that keeps coming back Skin that would heal and then break out again Not only that, but after days of trying these simple changes, my son told me: .He felt like he had more energy to run and play at school. .He was doing better in class without being distracted by annoying itching. .He was calmer, more carefree and funny - just like a child should be! .He made friends more easily and felt happier overall because people weren't staring because of his "disease". I noticed that trying these changes myself added some more benefits that, at my age, I thought I'd never experience again: . Greater vitality and energy throughout the day (no more caffeine crashes!) . Softer, smoother skin - and an end to that dreaded winter itch! . Better digestion and less of a feeling of "bloating" and fatigue. PLEASE COPY AND PASTE IN BROWSER Answered by Melonie Masin 1 year ago.
The best thing i've found for all skin conditions including scars, acne, eczema, psoriasis etc is UV light treatment which you can get via your doctor. Or even a short sunbed once a fortnight does wonders. Answered by Renata Mckenney 1 year ago.
Hi There, My son had the same problem as you, he suffered for over 11 years and I went onto the internet and found a product called Aalgo. No word of a lie, it completely took his eczema away within a few weeks. He was so happy, we didn't know if this product would actually work but it did. All we did was instead of using normal bubble bath we used this treatment instead. Maybe you should try and see if it works for you. Best of luck Answered by Bart Unvarsky 1 year ago.
I don't know of any herb capsules to take to heal the eczema. However, we healed our son's eczema in a short amount of time, using Salcura's wonderful eczema spray. It's not at all greasy, nor sticky and it's all natural. Our son's skin is healed. However, we still have to keep him away from his eczema triggers to keep it at bay. For example, if he reacts to something he's eaten, then we just give a pump of the spray and it's gone shortly thereafter. there may be other products out there, but this is the one we use. I hope this information is helpful to you. Answered by Nannie Ravelo 1 year ago.
Try what michael Jackson did. Answered by Ellan Dorschner 1 year ago.