What is clobetasol propionate cream used for?
Asked by Florrie Horr 4 months ago.
Clobetasol propionate is a corticosteroid used to treat various skin disorders including eczema and psoriasis. Clobetasol belongs to Class I (Super Potent) of the corticosteroids, making it one of the most potent available. It comes in ointment and emollient cream presentations. It has very high potency and typically should not be used with occlusive dressings, or for extended continuous use (beyond two weeks). It is also used to treat several auto-immune diseases including alopecia areata, vitiligo and lichen planus (auto immune skin nodules). Answered by Marty Arquette 4 months ago.
true story.... I once ran out of shaving cream and used whipped cream to take a shave. I guess i'd use the chocolate sauce as aftershave. Answered by Rocco Saffel 4 months ago.
can it be used for jock itch Answered by Lianne Lagrone 4 months ago.
Can clobetasol propionate be used for first class burns?
I burned my finger on the straightening iron and it's not so bad but im wondering if i can use any creams to treat it
Asked by Zora Schlabs 4 months ago.
Clobetasol propionate may be too much for that. You dont really need any creams. Cool the burn. Hold the burned area under cool (not cold) running water for 10 or 15 minutes or until the pain subsides. If this is impractical, immerse the burn in cool water or cool it with cold compresses. Cooling the burn reduces swelling by conducting heat away from the skin. Don't put ice on the burn. Cover the burn with a sterile gauze bandage. Don't use fluffy cotton, or other material that may get lint in the wound. Wrap the gauze loosely to avoid putting pressure on burned skin. Bandaging keeps air off the burn, reduces pain and protects Answered by Meta Mukhtar 4 months ago.
Is eczema curable? Is CLOBETASOL available in any pharmacy everywhere?
I have fungus on my feet and growth is controlled because of the many kinds of creme I am applying on them. I have these for over 5 years. some of my toes/nails are already affected. During April of 2008, I consulted my problem with dermatologist in Philippines. I was given CLOBETASOL (Ultra Healing Cream)....
Asked by Darwin Sulzman 4 months ago.
I have fungus on my feet and growth is controlled because of the many kinds of creme I am applying on them. I have these for over 5 years. some of my toes/nails are already affected. During April of 2008, I consulted my problem with dermatologist in Philippines. I was given CLOBETASOL (Ultra Healing Cream). It was effective but when I stopped using it, again there is itchy and sores on my feet. Is CLOBETASOL available in other countries? Please advice. Answered by Deja Simpkin 4 months ago.
Clobetasol propionate is available worldwide as a 0.05% strength ointment, cream, gel or foam. However, because it's such a powerful corticosteroid, it's never used on a long-term basis because of the potential for side effects and symptom resurgence. 2-3 weeks is the longest that treatment normally lasts, ending after satisfactory results have been achieved. Clobetsol is NOT an anti-fungal agent. It temporarily reduces swelling and inflammation. Unless you are suffering from NON-FUNGAL eczema or psoriasis the medication will only temporarily stop the side effects. In addition, topical creams will not counteract fungus under the nail. You will need an oral anti-fungal such as FLUCONAZOLE, KETOCONAZOLE or NYSTATIN to permanently cure your infection. They are inexpensive and covered under all major insurances Also: saying you have "eczema" is like saying you have "a cough". Eczema is just a very general term for skin inflammation, and can be caused by a million different things, from allergies to cancer. Answered by Lewis Vilandre 4 months 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 Bao Maggio 4 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Is eczema curable? Is CLOBETASOL available in any pharmacy everywhere? I have fungus on my feet and growth is controlled because of the many kinds of creme I am applying on them. I have these for over 5 years. some of my toes/nails are already affected. During April of 2008, I consulted my problem with dermatologist in Philippines. I was given CLOBETASOL... Answered by Cristobal Steinhauser 4 months ago.
Eczema is not curable but it is treatable and can be managed. My son has it. We moisturize his skin all day long- at least 3 times. Also get some eczema cream for babies and use it. Answered by Cecelia Lautzenheiser 4 months ago.
Yes, I work in a pharmacy in the USA and we do have Clobetasol but it does require a prescription from a doctor. Answered by Nannie Francolino 4 months ago.
Yes, in the U.S. but i think you have to go w/ da docs to get a subscription Answered by Janyce Sukhram 4 months ago.
Yeah...talk to your doctor. Answered by Cheri Cynthia 4 months ago.
Is it okay to use Clobetasol Propionate on your vagina?
My gyno told me I have some kind of inflammation inside my vag -___- and he gave me this cream to use on it... BUT the cream says "not for intravaginal use." I kinda zoned out when he was telling me HOW to use it so I'm kinda confused... anyone know?
Asked by Kymberly Vernola 4 months ago.
Clobetasol Propionate Vagina Answered by Bryant Ostling 4 months ago.
or on your vulva Answered by Junie Reulet 4 months ago.
Has anyone used Clobetasol Propionate Cream USP, 0.05% for psoriasis? Has it helped?
Asked by Mireya Redfern 4 months ago.
Clobetasol is a very good cream for psoriasis. I work with a dermatologist and this is what he prescribes. Some people need phototherapy to help also. Talk with your doctor about it if the cream doesn't work for you. Goodluck. Answered by Lelah Hamara 4 months ago.
yes I use it when needed I just use it once a day instead of 2 times a day as my dr said to use. I only use once a day it takes a litter longer to clear up. but safer then twice day. then about 2 or 3 weeks after use ill have to start it all over again the same way.. I don't believe there is a cure at this time. so I just keep using when needed. jim Answered by Katherina Mcerlean 4 months ago.
No. the little bumps that look like sticker festers stop and turn into small brown freckles, then break out into new "festers" close to the original and seem to keep coming back. This is over a longer than advised time. Answered by Annette Kroells 4 months ago.
Yes...I've used them all, and they all work for a while. I started on oral meds a few months ago and the results are amazing. Good luck! Answered by Irene Casterline 4 months ago.
What oral meds are you taking if you don't mind. Answered by Lilla Elhaj 4 months ago.
Is this a prescription drug or an over-the-counter medication?
Clobetasol propionate solution (brand name Clobex).
Asked by Stacia Alliance 4 months ago.
script only. Answered by Giuseppina Ellard 4 months ago.