BETAMETHASONE VALERATE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018860/002.

Names and composition

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

Answered questions

Can it be uaed for shingel?
betamethasone valerate cream Asked by Rick Ramirel 4 months ago.

call your dr and ask Answered by Kizzy Smolinski 4 months ago.


Is Betamethasone Valerate/Neomycin good to remove acne marks?
I have no idea about skin products so i asked the local pharmacist to give a product to remove acne scars and he gave me Betamethasone Valerate/Neomycin. Is it the right product? Asked by Chan Bauerle 4 months ago.

OK, either there was some miscommunication or that pharmacist is a charlatan. There's no over-the-counter topical product that can remove acne scars - period. Betamethasone Valerate is a steroid, so it has anti-inflammatory property. Neomycin is an antimicrobial that isn't good against killing acne bacteria in comparison to benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. The only procedures that can improve or remove acne scars are lasers and surgeries. EPIC FAIL. Answered by Mathew Montemayor 4 months ago.

Right now my skin is perfectly clear, for the first time in 3 years. It's been about 9 weeks and all my acne is gone. It is such a great feeling to wake up with clear skin. Holistic Acne Treatment Guide? Answered by Juana Thomas 4 months ago.

Witch Hazel is really cheap and natural skin toner. You can buy it at CVS and other places of that sort. Acne marks are actually tiny scars... so I would also try vitamin E. The best and most pure way to use vitamin E is to buy vitamin E capsules break them open and put on your skin.... or you can just buy a moisturizer loaded with it. Vitamin E is proven to help heal and lessen the appearance of scars. Answered by Hee Deffibaugh 4 months ago.


Is Vetromax safe for cats? (Gentamicin sulfate USP, betamethasone valerate USP, and clotrimazole USP)?
*chunk of wax* Asked by Asuncion Leising 4 months ago.

Under a vet direction, it can be acceptable. But I have to wonder why it would be prescribed. Ear mites are the typical cat ear problem, and if severe an infection can occur. Clotrimazole is antifungal, and ear mites are not a fungus. And betamethasone is a steroid, and the reason to use it mystifies me. Typically, using a miticide, and an antibiotic if infection or severe irritation is the correct approach. On the other hand, without knowing the specifics of her ear problem, further thoughts are not useful. Answered by Liane Curb 4 months ago.

Gentamicin Sulfate With Betamethasone Valerate Answered by Melva Dehner 4 months ago.

Betamethasone Clotrimazole Gentamicin Answered by Mercedez Ramone 4 months ago.


Question about betamethasone valerate ointment?
I was sunburnt pretty bad on Monday. I went in to the doctor on Wednesday because I was miserable. He prescribed betamethasone valerate ointment (0.1%) to be applied twice daily. Well now it's Saturday and my suburn is healing well, except for the fact it's itchy, peeling and really dry. I was never told if... Asked by Elden Mainwaring 4 months ago.

I was sunburnt pretty bad on Monday. I went in to the doctor on Wednesday because I was miserable. He prescribed betamethasone valerate ointment (0.1%) to be applied twice daily. Well now it's Saturday and my suburn is healing well, except for the fact it's itchy, peeling and really dry. I was never told if I could use any lotion or anything, so I was wondering if I can, or if I should avoid putting anything else on my skin? Answered by Savannah Galdames 4 months ago.

When you apply a lotion it will increase the absorption of the corticosteroid increasing your chances of side effects. It should be ok but I would contact your physician just to be certain. Answered by Laurena Thurston 4 months ago.


I have Betamethasone valerate bream bp! can i use it for Phimosis?
i Bought this cream for Phimosis but it turned out be Betamethasone valerate. Can i use it for tight foreskin problem? Asked by Eryn Brothen 4 months ago.

The cream you have is not for tight foreskins. It is an anti inflamatory cortisone type cream. You know, it is so silly to think that you have to do things to hurt yourself or to be like somebody else. Just because someone says you have to retract your foreskin why do you think you have to do it? The reasoning is not correct that if a foreskin isn't retractable it can cause problems with cleaning and sex, and if it doesn't retract it's not functioning properly. There actually are millions of men in the world at any one time, myself included, who do not retract their foreskin. I have a number of current patients in a similar condition and have, in the past, treated men in Europe, Asia and Australia with the condition of tight foreskin. Not one that I have personally met and not one that I have ever read about has a problem with cleaning. Nor do they have problems with masturbation or sex. And I have to join with them in saying that it is ridiculous to suggest that our penises are not functioning properly. Your penis and your foreskin are a unique team. They work together almost always in perfect harmony. Some guys have a foreskin that retracts, so they retract it. Some guys have a foreskin that does not retract, so they leave it alone. Some guys have had their foreskin removed and no longer have a choice. If you are watching videos, then the guys are probably porn stars and they do so much drugs and other stuff that their sexuality is no longer normal in any case. I would not worry about them. If your foreskin does not easily retract, do not try to force it to. It does not have to. You do not have to pull the foreskin back to put a condom on, to masturbate, or to have sex. It is an absolute nonsense to think so. Only people who really do not know will tell you this is necessary. Some people label a tight foreskin as phimosis. Generally people with a tight foreskin do not have phimosis, they just have a tight foreskin. There are millions of guys in the world with this condition which is quite normal. The only abnormal thing is when you try to stretch a foreskin that does not need to be stretched or try to use medications that rarely have any beneficial result. The unfortunate thing is that retraction has been taught, mainly in USA, because personal hygiene was not taught. Washing a penis with the foreskin covered (not retracted) is very easily achieved and very efficient. Any boy or man can be shown how to do it if they are having a problem. The same goes for masturbation or sex. Many will argue that it is much more effective and it certainly feels great. I cant compare it to an open foreskin, because I have never done it that way. Just leave your foreskin as it was intended to be. Anything you do to yourself that hurts is normally not a good thing to do, so don't do it. That particularly includes the terrible mutilation of circumcision which will leave you damaged for the rest of your life. If you’ve never pulled back your foreskin, then just don’t be conned into thinking that you have to. Some people do because they have a loose enough foreskin to do it, and some people don't because they have a tight foreskin. It is a simple as that. There is no right and wrong about it. There is nothing less normal either way. It is just how things are. Some people force themselves to retract by stretching and using creams and all sorts of stuff. It is ridiculous and has the distinct possibility of causing life time damage. Don’t ever do it! Answered by Cira Angotti 4 months ago.

Betamethasone Valerate Phimosis Answered by Casey Higginbothan 4 months ago.

I wouldn't: you aren't supposed to use it on your privates without a doctor's supervison. If you've tried stretching the foreskin in a warm bath [every day for a week] without making progress, you really should see a doctor for some professional advice. Answered by Lizbeth Lunemann 4 months ago.


What would you liI have Betamethasone valerate bream bp! can i use it for Phimosis?ke to ask?
i Bought this cream for Phimosis but it turned out be Betamethasone valerate. Can i use it for tight foreskin problem?? Asked by Melodee Lind 4 months ago.

The cream you have is not for tight foreskins. It is an anti inflamatory cortisone type cream. You know, it is so silly to think that you have to do things to hurt yourself or to be like somebody else. Just because someone says you have to retract your foreskin why do you think you have to do it? The reasoning is not correct that if a foreskin isn't retractable it can cause problems with cleaning and sex, and if it doesn't retract it's not functioning properly. There actually are millions of men in the world at any one time, myself included, who do not retract their foreskin. I have a number of current patients in a similar condition and have, in the past, treated men in Europe, Asia and Australia with the condition of tight foreskin. Not one that I have personally met and not one that I have ever read about has a problem with cleaning. Nor do they have problems with masturbation or sex. And I have to join with them in saying that it is ridiculous to suggest that our penises are not functioning properly. Your penis and your foreskin are a unique team. They work together almost always in perfect harmony. Some guys have a foreskin that retracts, so they retract it. Some guys have a foreskin that does not retract, so they leave it alone. Some guys have had their foreskin removed and no longer have a choice. If you are watching videos, then the guys are probably porn stars and they do so much drugs and other stuff that their sexuality is no longer normal in any case. I would not worry about them. If your foreskin does not easily retract, do not try to force it to. It does not have to. You do not have to pull the foreskin back to put a condom on, to masturbate, or to have sex. It is an absolute nonsense to think so. Only people who really do not know will tell you this is necessary. Some people label a tight foreskin as phimosis. Generally people with a tight foreskin do not have phimosis, they just have a tight foreskin. There are millions of guys in the world with this condition which is quite normal. The only abnormal thing is when you try to stretch a foreskin that does not need to be stretched or try to use medications that rarely have any beneficial result. The unfortunate thing is that retraction has been taught, mainly in USA, because personal hygiene was not taught. Washing a penis with the foreskin covered (not retracted) is very easily achieved and very efficient. Any boy or man can be shown how to do it if they are having a problem. The same goes for masturbation or sex. Many will argue that it is much more effective and it certainly feels great. I cant compare it to an open foreskin, because I have never done it that way. Just leave your foreskin as it was intended to be. Anything you do to yourself that hurts is normally not a good thing to do, so don't do it. That particularly includes the terrible mutilation of circumcision which will leave you damaged for the rest of your life. If you’ve never pulled back your foreskin, then just don’t be conned into thinking that you have to. Some people do because they have a loose enough foreskin to do it, and some people don't because they have a tight foreskin. It is a simple as that. There is no right and wrong about it. There is nothing less normal either way. It is just how things are. Some people force themselves to retract by stretching and using creams and all sorts of stuff. It is ridiculous and has the distinct possibility of causing life time damage. Don’t ever do it! Answered by Anh Savell 4 months ago.

Betamethasone Valerate is an anti-inflamatory topical or rectal cream. It is not for your foreskin. Do not use it there. You should not have been able to get it without a prescription unless you live in a country with slack drug laws. Answered by Trista Keser 4 months ago.


What is betamethasone valerate cream used for?
Asked by Kurtis Tjandra 4 months ago.

Skin irritations in dogs. It is a topically used cream. It will help the sin to not get infected and the steroids will help with the inflammation and swelling at the site of the irritation. I have a tube of this that we use on one of the Dobermans. His belly will break out in a red rash type thing at times and this cream will clear it right up. It works very well. Answered by Carlie Gruenberg 4 months ago.


Does BETAMETHASONE as VALERATE have the moon face effect of cortisole on the fat cell of the face?
Topical administration of the drug on face in the form of cream the concentration is 1mg per 15 grams Asked by Georgetta Beiley 4 months ago.

shoof ya amm maheeb this is true after long term use since this involve fat mobilization too from wrist or under knee fat to shoulder and face Answered by Kori Colehour 4 months ago.

where do you get these names from, aren't we in the same class or what!! and by the way only cushing have the moon face effect cause it needs large amounts of corticosteroids, not just a therapeutic dose of some unknown drug. Answered by Carlton Gorden 4 months ago.

yes corticosteroids preparations causes this effect. Answered by Margie Kounce 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018860/002 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018861/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018864/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018865/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018866/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018870/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070051/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070052/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070053/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070062/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070484/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070485/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070486/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
071478/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
071883/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
078337/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.12%
207144/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.12%
208204/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.12%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016322/001 VALISONE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
016322/002 VALISONE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.01% BASE
016740/001 VALISONE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
016932/001 VALISONE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018642/001 BETA-VAL BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018839/001 BETADERM BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018860/002 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018861/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018862/001 BETATREX BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018863/001 BETATREX BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018864/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018865/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018866/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018867/001 BETATREX BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018870/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
020934/001 LUXIQ BETAMETHASONE VALERATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.12%
070050/001 VALNAC BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070051/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070052/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070053/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070062/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070069/001 BETA-VAL BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070072/001 BETA-VAL BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070484/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070485/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
070486/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
071478/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
071883/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
072041/001 DERMABET BETAMETHASONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
078337/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.12%
207144/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.12%
208204/001 BETAMETHASONE VALERATE BETAMETHASONE VALERATE AEROSOL, FOAM/TOPICAL 0.12%

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