Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019136/001.

Names and composition

"BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019136/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019137/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019140/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019141/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070274/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070275/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070281/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070885/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071012/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071085/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071143/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071467/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071476/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071477/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071882/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072276/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072526/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072536/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072538/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
073552/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074271/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074272/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074304/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074579/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
075276/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
075373/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076215/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076508/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076543/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076592/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076603/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076753/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
077111/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
077477/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
078930/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017536/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
017691/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
017781/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017829/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE DISC/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018741/001 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019136/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019137/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019138/001 ALPHATREX BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019140/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019141/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019143/001 ALPHATREX BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019408/001 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019408/002 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019555/001 DIPROLENE AF BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019716/001 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070273/001 ALPHATREX BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070274/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070275/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070281/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070885/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071012/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071085/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071143/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071467/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071476/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071477/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
071882/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072276/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072526/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072536/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
072538/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
073552/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074271/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074272/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074304/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074579/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
075276/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
075373/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076215/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076508/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076543/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076592/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076603/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076753/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
077111/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
077477/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
078930/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
208079/001 SERNIVO BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE SPRAY/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE per SPRAY

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Answered questions

What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate used for?
Asked by Daphine Shinholster 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate is typically prescribed as a treatment for excema, but can be used for any severe skin issues that is inflammatory in nature. It is available by prescription only. Clotrimazole is an ingredient in most fungal infection creams for things like athletes foot or yeast infections. It can be bought in a variety of products of this sort at any local drug store. If you are thinking of using Betamethasone dipropionate please be careful. It cannot be used for extended periods of time as it can mess with your body's natural production of cortisol. I tend to keep it around for only when my excema flares up badly, or if I am going somewhere and and wearing something which shows off my arms. =) Best of luck to you. Answered by Dane Streams 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Dipropionate Answered by Paulina Queener 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Answered by Dominique Charrier 1 year ago.

Fungal infections. Clotrimazole fights the fungus and betamethasone dipropionate fights any skin irritation. Answered by Jacinto Busman 1 year ago.

Cure Eczema Easily Naturally Forever Answered by Raina Gair 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate ointment use for?
does anyone know if this ointment can be used on a boil? Asked by Gaylene Bashaw 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate ointment is used to treat itching and inflammation for a number of skin disorders - basically rashes and irritations. A boil, or skin abscess, is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The primary treatments for boils include hot packs and draining ("lancing") the abscess, but only when it is soft and ready to drain. If you have a fever or long-term illness, such as cancer or diabetes, or are taking medications that suppress the immune system, you should contact your healthcare practitioner if you develop a boil (abscess). If this ointment was not prescribed for the boil, I would not use it for that purpose! It is impossible to diagnose what treatment is needed without knowing your health history or seeing the boil. You should call your doctor or nurse practitioner before using this cream on any area for which it was not prescribed. Answered by Stephany Sykes 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate Ointment Uses Answered by Genaro Gilhooly 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid used to reduce itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. It is also only available with prescription, so you should ask your doctor about it and what you should use. There are things over the counter you can use those, so ask your pharmacist. Answered by Broderick Hummell 1 year ago.


How to apply betamethasone dipropionate?
So i got my Betamethasone Dipropionate today for my psoriasis. So i was wondering do I apply it directly on my penis or do i pull my foreskin back as far as i can and apply it when i cant pull it back anymore? Help is appreciated, Thanks! :) Asked by Sharie Dweck 1 year ago.

Your questions is not really clear. Did you get the Betamethasone for a tight foreskin or was it really for psoriasis? If you can already retract the foreskin without a problem, then you should apply the cream to the affected area. If you cannot retract the foreskin fully, you should apply the cream to the foreskin and work in the retraction stretches in the links below. In any case,....never try to retract the foreskin to the point where pain is involved. Pain is a damage indicator. Over stretching till it hurts can create micro tears in the skin opening that will heal over with non elastic scar tissue, making retraction more difficult. No pain,....ever. Go to: www.norm.org and read about the reason and function of the foreskin. You will see how very fortunate you are to still have yours, and how misguided are those who promote circumcision for any reason. Good luck with this. Mithras Answered by Clora Edgeworth 1 year ago.

Doctors prescribe this for poison ivy, oak or sumac rashes along with a 40 mg shot of Kenalog. This medication is a topical steriod that should be appiled twice a day. Answered by Bernie Adrion 1 year ago.


Can clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate be used to treat lichen simplex?
Asked by Breana Inzer 1 year ago.

clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate treat lichen simplex Answered by Carmen Olinick 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate cream?
What is it and what doesit do? Asked by Laurence Wiegel 1 year ago.

Wikipedia is your friend: etamethasone is a moderately potent glucocorticoid steroid with anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties. Unlike other drugs with these effects, betamethasone does not cause water retention. It is applied as a topical cream, ointment, foam, lotion or gel to treat itching (e.g. from eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is sometimes prescribed as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for itching from various ailments including allergic reactions to poison ivy and similar plants. Answered by Armand Nantanapibul 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a antibiotic and helps for any kind of skin infection or disease. It's not for cut or any other skin problem. Betamethasone is very effective and quick healing. Answered by Georgiann Leisey 1 year ago.

It's indicated to treat certain itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions. Answered by Rashad Stehr 1 year ago.


How to use betamethasone dipropionate cream to make my foreskin to be shorter?
My foreskin is very long. doctor suggest me to use cream to see is effective or not. but I didn't pay attention by what he say. I didn't know how to clean the foreskin and better way to use the cream. please help me to found out !!!! Asked by Lourdes Kufner 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a cortico steroid. The cream is used to thin the skin in the hope of being able to stretch its opening wider to cure phimosis (tight foreskin). There have been no reports in the medical literature to indicate that it has any effect on the length of the foreskin. Unfortunately, the cream more often than not fails to cure phimosis as it actually encourages the formation of minute tears in the thin inner foreskin layer. These heal to scar tissue and reduce the elasticity which simply worsens the phimosis. To effect an absolute and permanent cure you should seek a circumcision. This is a simple, quick, safe external operation that many doctors can perform in their own office under local anaesthetic. Answered by Jessi Fuls 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate?
how much betamethasone dipropionate should you put on Asked by Gertude Hydzik 1 year ago.

apply a thin layer to affected areas. You don't have to apply it thick for it to work. Answered by Madelaine Mcaboy 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream can be used for?
*what is it AND what can it be used for. sorry, i deleted some words to rephrase and obviously didnt reread it because it doesnt make sense the way i wrote it in the question. Asked by Lorine Provino 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal while betamethasone dipropionate is a synthetic corticosteroid. These two drugs are combined in certain formulations indicated for jock itch (tinea cruris) & fungal foot infection, among others. I hope this helps. Answered by Earle Odonal 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate used for?
Asked by Shanta Mcelhannon 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate is typically prescribed as a treatment for excema, but can be used for any severe skin issues that is inflammatory in nature. It is available by prescription only. Clotrimazole is an ingredient in most fungal infection creams for things like athletes foot or yeast infections. It can be bought in a variety of products of this sort at any local drug store. If you are thinking of using Betamethasone dipropionate please be careful. It cannot be used for extended periods of time as it can mess with your body's natural production of cortisol. I tend to keep it around for only when my excema flares up badly, or if I am going somewhere and and wearing something which shows off my arms. =) Best of luck to you. Answered by Neomi Schwegel 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Dipropionate Answered by Lorelei Trautz 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Answered by Mellisa Wimbrow 1 year ago.

Fungal infections. Clotrimazole fights the fungus and betamethasone dipropionate fights any skin irritation. Answered by Marshall Hauptman 1 year ago.

Cure Eczema Easily Naturally Forever Answered by Jesenia Gabbert 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate ointment use for?
does anyone know if this ointment can be used on a boil? Asked by Sheridan Loken 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate ointment is used to treat itching and inflammation for a number of skin disorders - basically rashes and irritations. A boil, or skin abscess, is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The primary treatments for boils include hot packs and draining ("lancing") the abscess, but only when it is soft and ready to drain. If you have a fever or long-term illness, such as cancer or diabetes, or are taking medications that suppress the immune system, you should contact your healthcare practitioner if you develop a boil (abscess). If this ointment was not prescribed for the boil, I would not use it for that purpose! It is impossible to diagnose what treatment is needed without knowing your health history or seeing the boil. You should call your doctor or nurse practitioner before using this cream on any area for which it was not prescribed. Answered by Meaghan Tiberio 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate Ointment Uses Answered by Wilber Meluso 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid used to reduce itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. It is also only available with prescription, so you should ask your doctor about it and what you should use. There are things over the counter you can use those, so ask your pharmacist. Answered by Corina Monford 1 year ago.


How to apply betamethasone dipropionate?
So i got my Betamethasone Dipropionate today for my psoriasis. So i was wondering do I apply it directly on my penis or do i pull my foreskin back as far as i can and apply it when i cant pull it back anymore? Help is appreciated, Thanks! :) Asked by Sherri Largena 1 year ago.

Your questions is not really clear. Did you get the Betamethasone for a tight foreskin or was it really for psoriasis? If you can already retract the foreskin without a problem, then you should apply the cream to the affected area. If you cannot retract the foreskin fully, you should apply the cream to the foreskin and work in the retraction stretches in the links below. In any case,....never try to retract the foreskin to the point where pain is involved. Pain is a damage indicator. Over stretching till it hurts can create micro tears in the skin opening that will heal over with non elastic scar tissue, making retraction more difficult. No pain,....ever. Go to: www.norm.org and read about the reason and function of the foreskin. You will see how very fortunate you are to still have yours, and how misguided are those who promote circumcision for any reason. Good luck with this. Mithras Answered by Bea Dugan 1 year ago.

Doctors prescribe this for poison ivy, oak or sumac rashes along with a 40 mg shot of Kenalog. This medication is a topical steriod that should be appiled twice a day. Answered by Lauretta Slotemaker 1 year ago.


Can clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate be used to treat lichen simplex?
Asked by Scot Melbourne 1 year ago.

clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate treat lichen simplex Answered by Josiah Chaberek 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate cream?
What is it and what doesit do? Asked by Adam Engemann 1 year ago.

Wikipedia is your friend: etamethasone is a moderately potent glucocorticoid steroid with anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties. Unlike other drugs with these effects, betamethasone does not cause water retention. It is applied as a topical cream, ointment, foam, lotion or gel to treat itching (e.g. from eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is sometimes prescribed as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for itching from various ailments including allergic reactions to poison ivy and similar plants. Answered by Audrey Joerling 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a antibiotic and helps for any kind of skin infection or disease. It's not for cut or any other skin problem. Betamethasone is very effective and quick healing. Answered by Oretha Boxer 1 year ago.

It's indicated to treat certain itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions. Answered by Deangelo Biermann 1 year ago.


How to use betamethasone dipropionate cream to make my foreskin to be shorter?
My foreskin is very long. doctor suggest me to use cream to see is effective or not. but I didn't pay attention by what he say. I didn't know how to clean the foreskin and better way to use the cream. please help me to found out !!!! Asked by Karey Dargis 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a cortico steroid. The cream is used to thin the skin in the hope of being able to stretch its opening wider to cure phimosis (tight foreskin). There have been no reports in the medical literature to indicate that it has any effect on the length of the foreskin. Unfortunately, the cream more often than not fails to cure phimosis as it actually encourages the formation of minute tears in the thin inner foreskin layer. These heal to scar tissue and reduce the elasticity which simply worsens the phimosis. To effect an absolute and permanent cure you should seek a circumcision. This is a simple, quick, safe external operation that many doctors can perform in their own office under local anaesthetic. Answered by Mitzie Bunnell 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate?
how much betamethasone dipropionate should you put on Asked by Lesley Minnie 1 year ago.

apply a thin layer to affected areas. You don't have to apply it thick for it to work. Answered by Augusta Rimm 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream can be used for?
*what is it AND what can it be used for. sorry, i deleted some words to rephrase and obviously didnt reread it because it doesnt make sense the way i wrote it in the question. Asked by Amparo Wintle 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal while betamethasone dipropionate is a synthetic corticosteroid. These two drugs are combined in certain formulations indicated for jock itch (tinea cruris) & fungal foot infection, among others. I hope this helps. Answered by Stephane Torell 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate used for?
Asked by Sharee Kobylarz 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate is typically prescribed as a treatment for excema, but can be used for any severe skin issues that is inflammatory in nature. It is available by prescription only. Clotrimazole is an ingredient in most fungal infection creams for things like athletes foot or yeast infections. It can be bought in a variety of products of this sort at any local drug store. If you are thinking of using Betamethasone dipropionate please be careful. It cannot be used for extended periods of time as it can mess with your body's natural production of cortisol. I tend to keep it around for only when my excema flares up badly, or if I am going somewhere and and wearing something which shows off my arms. =) Best of luck to you. Answered by Justa Corradini 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Dipropionate Answered by Tora Rigaud 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Answered by Svetlana Sargis 1 year ago.

Fungal infections. Clotrimazole fights the fungus and betamethasone dipropionate fights any skin irritation. Answered by Aaron Orms 1 year ago.

Cure Eczema Easily Naturally Forever Answered by Nakia Pinkham 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate ointment use for?
does anyone know if this ointment can be used on a boil? Asked by Micheal Sotos 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate ointment is used to treat itching and inflammation for a number of skin disorders - basically rashes and irritations. A boil, or skin abscess, is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The primary treatments for boils include hot packs and draining ("lancing") the abscess, but only when it is soft and ready to drain. If you have a fever or long-term illness, such as cancer or diabetes, or are taking medications that suppress the immune system, you should contact your healthcare practitioner if you develop a boil (abscess). If this ointment was not prescribed for the boil, I would not use it for that purpose! It is impossible to diagnose what treatment is needed without knowing your health history or seeing the boil. You should call your doctor or nurse practitioner before using this cream on any area for which it was not prescribed. Answered by Belva Sweley 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate Ointment Uses Answered by Irina Lecaros 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid used to reduce itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. It is also only available with prescription, so you should ask your doctor about it and what you should use. There are things over the counter you can use those, so ask your pharmacist. Answered by Willena Yournet 1 year ago.


How to apply betamethasone dipropionate?
So i got my Betamethasone Dipropionate today for my psoriasis. So i was wondering do I apply it directly on my penis or do i pull my foreskin back as far as i can and apply it when i cant pull it back anymore? Help is appreciated, Thanks! :) Asked by Kathaleen Cardine 1 year ago.

Your questions is not really clear. Did you get the Betamethasone for a tight foreskin or was it really for psoriasis? If you can already retract the foreskin without a problem, then you should apply the cream to the affected area. If you cannot retract the foreskin fully, you should apply the cream to the foreskin and work in the retraction stretches in the links below. In any case,....never try to retract the foreskin to the point where pain is involved. Pain is a damage indicator. Over stretching till it hurts can create micro tears in the skin opening that will heal over with non elastic scar tissue, making retraction more difficult. No pain,....ever. Go to: www.norm.org and read about the reason and function of the foreskin. You will see how very fortunate you are to still have yours, and how misguided are those who promote circumcision for any reason. Good luck with this. Mithras Answered by Liz Garsia 1 year ago.

Doctors prescribe this for poison ivy, oak or sumac rashes along with a 40 mg shot of Kenalog. This medication is a topical steriod that should be appiled twice a day. Answered by Denisha Durando 1 year ago.


Can clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate be used to treat lichen simplex?
Asked by Arie Spallina 1 year ago.

clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate treat lichen simplex Answered by Sammy Cardona 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate cream?
What is it and what doesit do? Asked by Sari Catone 1 year ago.

Wikipedia is your friend: etamethasone is a moderately potent glucocorticoid steroid with anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties. Unlike other drugs with these effects, betamethasone does not cause water retention. It is applied as a topical cream, ointment, foam, lotion or gel to treat itching (e.g. from eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is sometimes prescribed as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for itching from various ailments including allergic reactions to poison ivy and similar plants. Answered by Efrain Perlow 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a antibiotic and helps for any kind of skin infection or disease. It's not for cut or any other skin problem. Betamethasone is very effective and quick healing. Answered by Corrin Saberi 1 year ago.

It's indicated to treat certain itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions. Answered by Angelique Codell 1 year ago.


How to use betamethasone dipropionate cream to make my foreskin to be shorter?
My foreskin is very long. doctor suggest me to use cream to see is effective or not. but I didn't pay attention by what he say. I didn't know how to clean the foreskin and better way to use the cream. please help me to found out !!!! Asked by Portia Honnerlaw 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a cortico steroid. The cream is used to thin the skin in the hope of being able to stretch its opening wider to cure phimosis (tight foreskin). There have been no reports in the medical literature to indicate that it has any effect on the length of the foreskin. Unfortunately, the cream more often than not fails to cure phimosis as it actually encourages the formation of minute tears in the thin inner foreskin layer. These heal to scar tissue and reduce the elasticity which simply worsens the phimosis. To effect an absolute and permanent cure you should seek a circumcision. This is a simple, quick, safe external operation that many doctors can perform in their own office under local anaesthetic. Answered by Diane Simley 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate?
how much betamethasone dipropionate should you put on Asked by Tenisha Cadoy 1 year ago.

apply a thin layer to affected areas. You don't have to apply it thick for it to work. Answered by Jonathan Neumann 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream can be used for?
*what is it AND what can it be used for. sorry, i deleted some words to rephrase and obviously didnt reread it because it doesnt make sense the way i wrote it in the question. Asked by Maire Feduccia 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal while betamethasone dipropionate is a synthetic corticosteroid. These two drugs are combined in certain formulations indicated for jock itch (tinea cruris) & fungal foot infection, among others. I hope this helps. Answered by Alonso Algee 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate used for?
Asked by Debbi Potocki 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate is typically prescribed as a treatment for excema, but can be used for any severe skin issues that is inflammatory in nature. It is available by prescription only. Clotrimazole is an ingredient in most fungal infection creams for things like athletes foot or yeast infections. It can be bought in a variety of products of this sort at any local drug store. If you are thinking of using Betamethasone dipropionate please be careful. It cannot be used for extended periods of time as it can mess with your body's natural production of cortisol. I tend to keep it around for only when my excema flares up badly, or if I am going somewhere and and wearing something which shows off my arms. =) Best of luck to you. Answered by Magdalen Leichner 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Dipropionate Answered by Arnoldo Gorby 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Answered by Keith Mcduffy 1 year ago.

Fungal infections. Clotrimazole fights the fungus and betamethasone dipropionate fights any skin irritation. Answered by Reinaldo Goodnow 1 year ago.

Cure Eczema Easily Naturally Forever Answered by Hee Seabury 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate ointment use for?
does anyone know if this ointment can be used on a boil? Asked by Valery Colbenson 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate ointment is used to treat itching and inflammation for a number of skin disorders - basically rashes and irritations. A boil, or skin abscess, is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The primary treatments for boils include hot packs and draining ("lancing") the abscess, but only when it is soft and ready to drain. If you have a fever or long-term illness, such as cancer or diabetes, or are taking medications that suppress the immune system, you should contact your healthcare practitioner if you develop a boil (abscess). If this ointment was not prescribed for the boil, I would not use it for that purpose! It is impossible to diagnose what treatment is needed without knowing your health history or seeing the boil. You should call your doctor or nurse practitioner before using this cream on any area for which it was not prescribed. Answered by Danette Spittler 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate Ointment Uses Answered by Franchesca Swaggart 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid used to reduce itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. It is also only available with prescription, so you should ask your doctor about it and what you should use. There are things over the counter you can use those, so ask your pharmacist. Answered by Enola Lacki 1 year ago.


How to apply betamethasone dipropionate?
So i got my Betamethasone Dipropionate today for my psoriasis. So i was wondering do I apply it directly on my penis or do i pull my foreskin back as far as i can and apply it when i cant pull it back anymore? Help is appreciated, Thanks! :) Asked by Nell Grieb 1 year ago.

Your questions is not really clear. Did you get the Betamethasone for a tight foreskin or was it really for psoriasis? If you can already retract the foreskin without a problem, then you should apply the cream to the affected area. If you cannot retract the foreskin fully, you should apply the cream to the foreskin and work in the retraction stretches in the links below. In any case,....never try to retract the foreskin to the point where pain is involved. Pain is a damage indicator. Over stretching till it hurts can create micro tears in the skin opening that will heal over with non elastic scar tissue, making retraction more difficult. No pain,....ever. Go to: www.norm.org and read about the reason and function of the foreskin. You will see how very fortunate you are to still have yours, and how misguided are those who promote circumcision for any reason. Good luck with this. Mithras Answered by Heide Schaab 1 year ago.

Doctors prescribe this for poison ivy, oak or sumac rashes along with a 40 mg shot of Kenalog. This medication is a topical steriod that should be appiled twice a day. Answered by Walter Stakem 1 year ago.


Can clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate be used to treat lichen simplex?
Asked by Douglas Larowe 1 year ago.

clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate treat lichen simplex Answered by Ellan Cabebe 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate cream?
What is it and what doesit do? Asked by Aliza Madara 1 year ago.

Wikipedia is your friend: etamethasone is a moderately potent glucocorticoid steroid with anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties. Unlike other drugs with these effects, betamethasone does not cause water retention. It is applied as a topical cream, ointment, foam, lotion or gel to treat itching (e.g. from eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is sometimes prescribed as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for itching from various ailments including allergic reactions to poison ivy and similar plants. Answered by Solange Quivers 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a antibiotic and helps for any kind of skin infection or disease. It's not for cut or any other skin problem. Betamethasone is very effective and quick healing. Answered by Maida Vandal 1 year ago.

It's indicated to treat certain itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions. Answered by Fawn Ebersole 1 year ago.


How to use betamethasone dipropionate cream to make my foreskin to be shorter?
My foreskin is very long. doctor suggest me to use cream to see is effective or not. but I didn't pay attention by what he say. I didn't know how to clean the foreskin and better way to use the cream. please help me to found out !!!! Asked by Jutta Sulima 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a cortico steroid. The cream is used to thin the skin in the hope of being able to stretch its opening wider to cure phimosis (tight foreskin). There have been no reports in the medical literature to indicate that it has any effect on the length of the foreskin. Unfortunately, the cream more often than not fails to cure phimosis as it actually encourages the formation of minute tears in the thin inner foreskin layer. These heal to scar tissue and reduce the elasticity which simply worsens the phimosis. To effect an absolute and permanent cure you should seek a circumcision. This is a simple, quick, safe external operation that many doctors can perform in their own office under local anaesthetic. Answered by Aldo Lamey 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate?
how much betamethasone dipropionate should you put on Asked by Randal Makela 1 year ago.

apply a thin layer to affected areas. You don't have to apply it thick for it to work. Answered by Jodie Sornsen 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream can be used for?
*what is it AND what can it be used for. sorry, i deleted some words to rephrase and obviously didnt reread it because it doesnt make sense the way i wrote it in the question. Asked by Ute Wessman 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal while betamethasone dipropionate is a synthetic corticosteroid. These two drugs are combined in certain formulations indicated for jock itch (tinea cruris) & fungal foot infection, among others. I hope this helps. Answered by Tayna Bolenbaugh 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate used for?
Asked by Glenn Partible 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate is typically prescribed as a treatment for excema, but can be used for any severe skin issues that is inflammatory in nature. It is available by prescription only. Clotrimazole is an ingredient in most fungal infection creams for things like athletes foot or yeast infections. It can be bought in a variety of products of this sort at any local drug store. If you are thinking of using Betamethasone dipropionate please be careful. It cannot be used for extended periods of time as it can mess with your body's natural production of cortisol. I tend to keep it around for only when my excema flares up badly, or if I am going somewhere and and wearing something which shows off my arms. =) Best of luck to you. Answered by Alisa Emo 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Dipropionate Answered by Agripina Mensah 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Answered by Erin Mcnees 1 year ago.

Fungal infections. Clotrimazole fights the fungus and betamethasone dipropionate fights any skin irritation. Answered by Esther Neidlinger 1 year ago.

Cure Eczema Easily Naturally Forever Answered by Willette Nouth 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate ointment use for?
does anyone know if this ointment can be used on a boil? Asked by Joni Milliken 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate ointment is used to treat itching and inflammation for a number of skin disorders - basically rashes and irritations. A boil, or skin abscess, is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The primary treatments for boils include hot packs and draining ("lancing") the abscess, but only when it is soft and ready to drain. If you have a fever or long-term illness, such as cancer or diabetes, or are taking medications that suppress the immune system, you should contact your healthcare practitioner if you develop a boil (abscess). If this ointment was not prescribed for the boil, I would not use it for that purpose! It is impossible to diagnose what treatment is needed without knowing your health history or seeing the boil. You should call your doctor or nurse practitioner before using this cream on any area for which it was not prescribed. Answered by Danna Weimer 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate Ointment Uses Answered by Desirae Puhl 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid used to reduce itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. It is also only available with prescription, so you should ask your doctor about it and what you should use. There are things over the counter you can use those, so ask your pharmacist. Answered by Lizbeth Cuez 1 year ago.


How to apply betamethasone dipropionate?
So i got my Betamethasone Dipropionate today for my psoriasis. So i was wondering do I apply it directly on my penis or do i pull my foreskin back as far as i can and apply it when i cant pull it back anymore? Help is appreciated, Thanks! :) Asked by Neida Veller 1 year ago.

Your questions is not really clear. Did you get the Betamethasone for a tight foreskin or was it really for psoriasis? If you can already retract the foreskin without a problem, then you should apply the cream to the affected area. If you cannot retract the foreskin fully, you should apply the cream to the foreskin and work in the retraction stretches in the links below. In any case,....never try to retract the foreskin to the point where pain is involved. Pain is a damage indicator. Over stretching till it hurts can create micro tears in the skin opening that will heal over with non elastic scar tissue, making retraction more difficult. No pain,....ever. Go to: www.norm.org and read about the reason and function of the foreskin. You will see how very fortunate you are to still have yours, and how misguided are those who promote circumcision for any reason. Good luck with this. Mithras Answered by Renea Musco 1 year ago.

Doctors prescribe this for poison ivy, oak or sumac rashes along with a 40 mg shot of Kenalog. This medication is a topical steriod that should be appiled twice a day. Answered by Mickey Neives 1 year ago.


Can clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate be used to treat lichen simplex?
Asked by Lauri Demeester 1 year ago.

clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate treat lichen simplex Answered by Earnestine Donovan 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate cream?
What is it and what doesit do? Asked by Sabra Mendivel 1 year ago.

Wikipedia is your friend: etamethasone is a moderately potent glucocorticoid steroid with anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties. Unlike other drugs with these effects, betamethasone does not cause water retention. It is applied as a topical cream, ointment, foam, lotion or gel to treat itching (e.g. from eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is sometimes prescribed as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for itching from various ailments including allergic reactions to poison ivy and similar plants. Answered by Charlie Mauger 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a antibiotic and helps for any kind of skin infection or disease. It's not for cut or any other skin problem. Betamethasone is very effective and quick healing. Answered by Sanjuana Sankary 1 year ago.

It's indicated to treat certain itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions. Answered by Rossana Alrich 1 year ago.


How to use betamethasone dipropionate cream to make my foreskin to be shorter?
My foreskin is very long. doctor suggest me to use cream to see is effective or not. but I didn't pay attention by what he say. I didn't know how to clean the foreskin and better way to use the cream. please help me to found out !!!! Asked by Roseanna Solla 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a cortico steroid. The cream is used to thin the skin in the hope of being able to stretch its opening wider to cure phimosis (tight foreskin). There have been no reports in the medical literature to indicate that it has any effect on the length of the foreskin. Unfortunately, the cream more often than not fails to cure phimosis as it actually encourages the formation of minute tears in the thin inner foreskin layer. These heal to scar tissue and reduce the elasticity which simply worsens the phimosis. To effect an absolute and permanent cure you should seek a circumcision. This is a simple, quick, safe external operation that many doctors can perform in their own office under local anaesthetic. Answered by Allison Becerril 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate?
how much betamethasone dipropionate should you put on Asked by Karl Diosdado 1 year ago.

apply a thin layer to affected areas. You don't have to apply it thick for it to work. Answered by Sharmaine Leva 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream can be used for?
*what is it AND what can it be used for. sorry, i deleted some words to rephrase and obviously didnt reread it because it doesnt make sense the way i wrote it in the question. Asked by Berneice Cuffie 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal while betamethasone dipropionate is a synthetic corticosteroid. These two drugs are combined in certain formulations indicated for jock itch (tinea cruris) & fungal foot infection, among others. I hope this helps. Answered by Lilliam Baez 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate used for?
Asked by Demetra Senavanh 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate is typically prescribed as a treatment for excema, but can be used for any severe skin issues that is inflammatory in nature. It is available by prescription only. Clotrimazole is an ingredient in most fungal infection creams for things like athletes foot or yeast infections. It can be bought in a variety of products of this sort at any local drug store. If you are thinking of using Betamethasone dipropionate please be careful. It cannot be used for extended periods of time as it can mess with your body's natural production of cortisol. I tend to keep it around for only when my excema flares up badly, or if I am going somewhere and and wearing something which shows off my arms. =) Best of luck to you. Answered by January Simuel 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Dipropionate Answered by Ema Nisbett 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Answered by Georgia Palso 1 year ago.

Fungal infections. Clotrimazole fights the fungus and betamethasone dipropionate fights any skin irritation. Answered by Agnus Kornprobst 1 year ago.

Cure Eczema Easily Naturally Forever Answered by Erwin Gellis 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate ointment use for?
does anyone know if this ointment can be used on a boil? Asked by Isabelle Ketchum 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate ointment is used to treat itching and inflammation for a number of skin disorders - basically rashes and irritations. A boil, or skin abscess, is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The primary treatments for boils include hot packs and draining ("lancing") the abscess, but only when it is soft and ready to drain. If you have a fever or long-term illness, such as cancer or diabetes, or are taking medications that suppress the immune system, you should contact your healthcare practitioner if you develop a boil (abscess). If this ointment was not prescribed for the boil, I would not use it for that purpose! It is impossible to diagnose what treatment is needed without knowing your health history or seeing the boil. You should call your doctor or nurse practitioner before using this cream on any area for which it was not prescribed. Answered by Bianca Lerow 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate Ointment Uses Answered by Cristobal Bonnes 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid used to reduce itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. It is also only available with prescription, so you should ask your doctor about it and what you should use. There are things over the counter you can use those, so ask your pharmacist. Answered by Kim Corns 1 year ago.


How to apply betamethasone dipropionate?
So i got my Betamethasone Dipropionate today for my psoriasis. So i was wondering do I apply it directly on my penis or do i pull my foreskin back as far as i can and apply it when i cant pull it back anymore? Help is appreciated, Thanks! :) Asked by Alva Leidholt 1 year ago.

Your questions is not really clear. Did you get the Betamethasone for a tight foreskin or was it really for psoriasis? If you can already retract the foreskin without a problem, then you should apply the cream to the affected area. If you cannot retract the foreskin fully, you should apply the cream to the foreskin and work in the retraction stretches in the links below. In any case,....never try to retract the foreskin to the point where pain is involved. Pain is a damage indicator. Over stretching till it hurts can create micro tears in the skin opening that will heal over with non elastic scar tissue, making retraction more difficult. No pain,....ever. Go to: www.norm.org and read about the reason and function of the foreskin. You will see how very fortunate you are to still have yours, and how misguided are those who promote circumcision for any reason. Good luck with this. Mithras Answered by Aubrey Tabbaa 1 year ago.

Doctors prescribe this for poison ivy, oak or sumac rashes along with a 40 mg shot of Kenalog. This medication is a topical steriod that should be appiled twice a day. Answered by Peg Coatie 1 year ago.


Can clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate be used to treat lichen simplex?
Asked by Latonya Sidener 1 year ago.

clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate treat lichen simplex Answered by Hailey Lidke 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate cream?
What is it and what doesit do? Asked by Andrea Start 1 year ago.

Wikipedia is your friend: etamethasone is a moderately potent glucocorticoid steroid with anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties. Unlike other drugs with these effects, betamethasone does not cause water retention. It is applied as a topical cream, ointment, foam, lotion or gel to treat itching (e.g. from eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is sometimes prescribed as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for itching from various ailments including allergic reactions to poison ivy and similar plants. Answered by Devin Basora 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a antibiotic and helps for any kind of skin infection or disease. It's not for cut or any other skin problem. Betamethasone is very effective and quick healing. Answered by Chiquita Castillero 1 year ago.

It's indicated to treat certain itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions. Answered by Lissette Goodson 1 year ago.


How to use betamethasone dipropionate cream to make my foreskin to be shorter?
My foreskin is very long. doctor suggest me to use cream to see is effective or not. but I didn't pay attention by what he say. I didn't know how to clean the foreskin and better way to use the cream. please help me to found out !!!! Asked by Glennis Gennette 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a cortico steroid. The cream is used to thin the skin in the hope of being able to stretch its opening wider to cure phimosis (tight foreskin). There have been no reports in the medical literature to indicate that it has any effect on the length of the foreskin. Unfortunately, the cream more often than not fails to cure phimosis as it actually encourages the formation of minute tears in the thin inner foreskin layer. These heal to scar tissue and reduce the elasticity which simply worsens the phimosis. To effect an absolute and permanent cure you should seek a circumcision. This is a simple, quick, safe external operation that many doctors can perform in their own office under local anaesthetic. Answered by Mireille Eckardt 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate?
how much betamethasone dipropionate should you put on Asked by Yuette Brechbiel 1 year ago.

apply a thin layer to affected areas. You don't have to apply it thick for it to work. Answered by Shayne Bierkortte 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream can be used for?
*what is it AND what can it be used for. sorry, i deleted some words to rephrase and obviously didnt reread it because it doesnt make sense the way i wrote it in the question. Asked by Myong Dyal 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal while betamethasone dipropionate is a synthetic corticosteroid. These two drugs are combined in certain formulations indicated for jock itch (tinea cruris) & fungal foot infection, among others. I hope this helps. Answered by Bessie Alred 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate used for?
Asked by Dante Utter 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate is typically prescribed as a treatment for excema, but can be used for any severe skin issues that is inflammatory in nature. It is available by prescription only. Clotrimazole is an ingredient in most fungal infection creams for things like athletes foot or yeast infections. It can be bought in a variety of products of this sort at any local drug store. If you are thinking of using Betamethasone dipropionate please be careful. It cannot be used for extended periods of time as it can mess with your body's natural production of cortisol. I tend to keep it around for only when my excema flares up badly, or if I am going somewhere and and wearing something which shows off my arms. =) Best of luck to you. Answered by Antonietta Zematis 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Dipropionate Answered by Beatris Atmore 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole And Betamethasone Answered by Elza Quilter 1 year ago.

Fungal infections. Clotrimazole fights the fungus and betamethasone dipropionate fights any skin irritation. Answered by Vashti Bisio 1 year ago.

Cure Eczema Easily Naturally Forever Answered by Katlyn Vanweerd 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate ointment use for?
does anyone know if this ointment can be used on a boil? Asked by Herma Nassef 1 year ago.

Betamethasone dipropionate ointment is used to treat itching and inflammation for a number of skin disorders - basically rashes and irritations. A boil, or skin abscess, is a collection of pus that forms inside the body. The primary treatments for boils include hot packs and draining ("lancing") the abscess, but only when it is soft and ready to drain. If you have a fever or long-term illness, such as cancer or diabetes, or are taking medications that suppress the immune system, you should contact your healthcare practitioner if you develop a boil (abscess). If this ointment was not prescribed for the boil, I would not use it for that purpose! It is impossible to diagnose what treatment is needed without knowing your health history or seeing the boil. You should call your doctor or nurse practitioner before using this cream on any area for which it was not prescribed. Answered by Jenae Rahm 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate Ointment Uses Answered by Collen Sherdon 1 year ago.

Betamethasone Dipropionate is a corticosteroid used to reduce itching, redness, and swelling associated with many skin conditions. It is also only available with prescription, so you should ask your doctor about it and what you should use. There are things over the counter you can use those, so ask your pharmacist. Answered by Pete Lenihan 1 year ago.


How to apply betamethasone dipropionate?
So i got my Betamethasone Dipropionate today for my psoriasis. So i was wondering do I apply it directly on my penis or do i pull my foreskin back as far as i can and apply it when i cant pull it back anymore? Help is appreciated, Thanks! :) Asked by Deedee Bazzel 1 year ago.

Your questions is not really clear. Did you get the Betamethasone for a tight foreskin or was it really for psoriasis? If you can already retract the foreskin without a problem, then you should apply the cream to the affected area. If you cannot retract the foreskin fully, you should apply the cream to the foreskin and work in the retraction stretches in the links below. In any case,....never try to retract the foreskin to the point where pain is involved. Pain is a damage indicator. Over stretching till it hurts can create micro tears in the skin opening that will heal over with non elastic scar tissue, making retraction more difficult. No pain,....ever. Go to: www.norm.org and read about the reason and function of the foreskin. You will see how very fortunate you are to still have yours, and how misguided are those who promote circumcision for any reason. Good luck with this. Mithras Answered by Chana Perks 1 year ago.

Doctors prescribe this for poison ivy, oak or sumac rashes along with a 40 mg shot of Kenalog. This medication is a topical steriod that should be appiled twice a day. Answered by Dudley Rushford 1 year ago.


Can clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate be used to treat lichen simplex?
Asked by Winston Larubbio 1 year ago.

clotrimazole betamethasone dipropionate treat lichen simplex Answered by Jerome Aitcheson 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate cream?
What is it and what doesit do? Asked by Noreen Bleeck 1 year ago.

Wikipedia is your friend: etamethasone is a moderately potent glucocorticoid steroid with anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties. Unlike other drugs with these effects, betamethasone does not cause water retention. It is applied as a topical cream, ointment, foam, lotion or gel to treat itching (e.g. from eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is sometimes prescribed as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for itching from various ailments including allergic reactions to poison ivy and similar plants. Answered by Lucilla Prchlik 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a antibiotic and helps for any kind of skin infection or disease. It's not for cut or any other skin problem. Betamethasone is very effective and quick healing. Answered by Florance Castellanoz 1 year ago.

It's indicated to treat certain itchy rashes and other inflammatory skin conditions. Answered by Kizzy Giebel 1 year ago.


How to use betamethasone dipropionate cream to make my foreskin to be shorter?
My foreskin is very long. doctor suggest me to use cream to see is effective or not. but I didn't pay attention by what he say. I didn't know how to clean the foreskin and better way to use the cream. please help me to found out !!!! Asked by Arletha Minkin 1 year ago.

Betamethasone is a cortico steroid. The cream is used to thin the skin in the hope of being able to stretch its opening wider to cure phimosis (tight foreskin). There have been no reports in the medical literature to indicate that it has any effect on the length of the foreskin. Unfortunately, the cream more often than not fails to cure phimosis as it actually encourages the formation of minute tears in the thin inner foreskin layer. These heal to scar tissue and reduce the elasticity which simply worsens the phimosis. To effect an absolute and permanent cure you should seek a circumcision. This is a simple, quick, safe external operation that many doctors can perform in their own office under local anaesthetic. Answered by Cordelia Kimery 1 year ago.


Betamethasone dipropionate?
how much betamethasone dipropionate should you put on Asked by Savannah Bogin 1 year ago.

apply a thin layer to affected areas. You don't have to apply it thick for it to work. Answered by Tommye Strei 1 year ago.


What is clotrimazole and betamethasone dipropionate cream can be used for?
*what is it AND what can it be used for. sorry, i deleted some words to rephrase and obviously didnt reread it because it doesnt make sense the way i wrote it in the question. Asked by Richie Brodess 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is an antifungal while betamethasone dipropionate is a synthetic corticosteroid. These two drugs are combined in certain formulations indicated for jock itch (tinea cruris) & fungal foot infection, among others. I hope this helps. Answered by Charlsie Leemow 1 year ago.


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