Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 012657/003.

Names and composition

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

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012657/003 CELESTONE BETAMETHASONE TABLET/ORAL 0.6MG
014215/002 CELESTONE BETAMETHASONE SYRUP/ORAL 0.6MG per 5ML
014762/001 CELESTONE BETAMETHASONE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%
017561/001 CELESTONE BETAMETHASONE SODIUM PHOSPHATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 3MG BASE per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012657/003 CELESTONE BETAMETHASONE TABLET/ORAL 0.6MG
014215/002 CELESTONE BETAMETHASONE SYRUP/ORAL 0.6MG per 5ML
014762/001 CELESTONE BETAMETHASONE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%

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Answered questions

Celestone M for Tinea cruris?
can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Asked by Adelle Huggler 1 year ago.

This cream or ointment is used for dermatitis infections such as eczema and Psoriasis. It is not good for fungal infections such as tinea. Http://emedical.com.au/default.asp?pageI... Answered by Rosendo Ficklen 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Geralyn Kubitz 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Dann Trew 1 year ago.

Celestone M Answered by Jacob Habbs 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: celestone M for Tinea cruris? can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Answered by Katelynn Arntson 1 year ago.


When getting a celestone shot for a cold what exactly does it help?
When getting a celestone (steroid) shot for a cold what exactly does it help? Does it help with symptoms or just make you feel better? Do you still need to take antibiotics? Asked by Dorian Crumlish 1 year ago.

better not to take it. Answered by An Weatherford 1 year ago.


Got 1st Celestone shot today...?
Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning... Asked by Nick Sabella 1 year ago.

Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning before I go to school. Answered by Cary Montagne 1 year ago.

Oh yea and backache for 2 weeks after! The needles were quite painful and stung alot! Had them with my daughter she had a little respiratory distress when she was born but the pediatrician said it helped her lungs alot! Answered by Shan Ingargiolo 1 year ago.


Celestone M for Tinea cruris?
can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Asked by Tracy Gohlke 1 year ago.

This cream or ointment is used for dermatitis infections such as eczema and Psoriasis. It is not good for fungal infections such as tinea. Http://emedical.com.au/default.asp?pageI... Answered by Russel Selman 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Joyce Masturzo 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Carla Rishe 1 year ago.

Celestone M Answered by Irwin Janicke 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: celestone M for Tinea cruris? can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Answered by Shantelle Lorenzetti 1 year ago.


When getting a celestone shot for a cold what exactly does it help?
When getting a celestone (steroid) shot for a cold what exactly does it help? Does it help with symptoms or just make you feel better? Do you still need to take antibiotics? Asked by Deann Thaler 1 year ago.

better not to take it. Answered by Cesar Demmert 1 year ago.


Got 1st Celestone shot today...?
Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning... Asked by Adrianne West 1 year ago.

Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning before I go to school. Answered by Maricruz Paulauskas 1 year ago.

Oh yea and backache for 2 weeks after! The needles were quite painful and stung alot! Had them with my daughter she had a little respiratory distress when she was born but the pediatrician said it helped her lungs alot! Answered by Carroll Lafrancois 1 year ago.


Celestone M for Tinea cruris?
can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Asked by Rivka Dewiel 1 year ago.

This cream or ointment is used for dermatitis infections such as eczema and Psoriasis. It is not good for fungal infections such as tinea. Http://emedical.com.au/default.asp?pageI... Answered by Marianela Inostraza 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Katharina Goede 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Lowell Ake 1 year ago.

Celestone M Answered by Lula Benear 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: celestone M for Tinea cruris? can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Answered by Willow Luetkemeyer 1 year ago.


When getting a celestone shot for a cold what exactly does it help?
When getting a celestone (steroid) shot for a cold what exactly does it help? Does it help with symptoms or just make you feel better? Do you still need to take antibiotics? Asked by Candace Brunkhardt 1 year ago.

better not to take it. Answered by Marquita Iglesia 1 year ago.


Got 1st Celestone shot today...?
Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning... Asked by Maranda Familia 1 year ago.

Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning before I go to school. Answered by Agustin Caza 1 year ago.

Oh yea and backache for 2 weeks after! The needles were quite painful and stung alot! Had them with my daughter she had a little respiratory distress when she was born but the pediatrician said it helped her lungs alot! Answered by Georgeann Say 1 year ago.


Celestone M for Tinea cruris?
can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Asked by Franklin Walljasper 1 year ago.

This cream or ointment is used for dermatitis infections such as eczema and Psoriasis. It is not good for fungal infections such as tinea. Http://emedical.com.au/default.asp?pageI... Answered by Sunni Tasto 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Jesse Jove 1 year ago.

It is used on the skin to relieve the redness, swelling, itching and discomfort of many skin problems such as eczema & psoriasis. It is not recommended for fungal infections like tinea cruris since as a steroid, it cannot address the cause of the problem. You might need antifungal agents such as clotrimazole though there are times when cortisone is combined with antifungal drugs to help with the symptoms and prevent further irritation from scratching. Answered by Erwin Samayoa 1 year ago.

Celestone M Answered by Waldo Gudmundsson 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: celestone M for Tinea cruris? can someone please tell me if the ointment Celestone M is effective for treating Tinea cruris? Answered by Melynda Lubell 1 year ago.


When getting a celestone shot for a cold what exactly does it help?
When getting a celestone (steroid) shot for a cold what exactly does it help? Does it help with symptoms or just make you feel better? Do you still need to take antibiotics? Asked by Toshia Gentry 1 year ago.

better not to take it. Answered by Sandie Bohlig 1 year ago.


Got 1st Celestone shot today...?
Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning... Asked by Ling Nill 1 year ago.

Just as a precaution b/c I'm getting off bed rest...yay!...anyway, I was wondering what side effects if any, anyone has experienced with it. I came home and went straight to sleep and since I got up I just feel like crap in general. Anyone else feel this way after. I have to get another shot tomorrow morning before I go to school. Answered by Cher Gammell 1 year ago.

Oh yea and backache for 2 weeks after! The needles were quite painful and stung alot! Had them with my daughter she had a little respiratory distress when she was born but the pediatrician said it helped her lungs alot! Answered by Doretta Dannenberg 1 year ago.


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