Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 012806/001.

Names and composition

"CORDRAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of FLURANDRENOLIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012806/001 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%
012806/004 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.025% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
013790/001 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
016455/001 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE TAPE/TOPICAL 0.004MG per SQ CM

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012806/001 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%
012806/002 CORDRAN SP FLURANDRENOLIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
012806/003 CORDRAN SP FLURANDRENOLIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.025%
012806/004 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.025% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
013790/001 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
016455/001 CORDRAN FLURANDRENOLIDE TAPE/TOPICAL 0.004MG per SQ CM
087203/001 FLURANDRENOLIDE FLURANDRENOLIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
205342/001 FLURANDRENOLIDE FLURANDRENOLIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.05%
205343/001 FLURANDRENOLIDE FLURANDRENOLIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
207133/001 FLURANDRENOLIDE FLURANDRENOLIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.05%
207851/001 FLURANDRENOLIDE FLURANDRENOLIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.05%

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Answered questions

Has anyone ever tried using cordran tape for wrinkles (aging) ?
I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I... Asked by Billy Coutch 1 year ago.

I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I am wondering how long this will last though? Has anyone else tried this? Answered by Alina Whipkey 1 year ago.

Never tried it there, you really think that this will work. Hopefully you're right, but I really doubt it, otherwise someone else would have found it out.. Answered by Ernestine Pawlowicz 1 year ago.


How to treat ant bite which has ingrown hair preventing it from healing? Got prescription for cordran tape.?
Thank you. Also any advice on how to cover up bite would be appreciated because it's on leg and very noticable. Asked by Desiree Swearegene 1 year ago.

try plucking the hair out to move along the healing process, don't b a baby either the pain will pass, =) make sure it's clean real good also with alcohol. get like a type of pad that will cover it, the get neosporin drown it n that, and use the tape 2 tape on the pad, sorry but it's going 2 have 2 stay noticable if u want it 2 heal. Also pools can help clean it out and dry it up. hope i helped! good luck wit that! Answered by Lavern Yum 1 year ago.


Eyelid rash?
I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I... Asked by Flavia Hynum 1 year ago.

I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I don't have allergies. Answered by Katia Mcgurn 1 year ago.

Cordran is too potent a steroid to be used on or near the eyelids for any length of time. If it was prescribed for your eye condition get a second opinion. Answered by Felica Sucharski 1 year ago.

Not sure what country you are from but Cordran is aka Flurandrenolide, a corticosteroid used for inflammatory conditions of the skin. Was this prescribed to you for this condition or for something else...? if it is the latter don't use it and see your family doctor. I would not take seriously anyone on this site who tries to tell you what condition you have as this can only be done by a qualified health professional who has actually seen the condition. Most likely it is a form of eczema / dermatitis and the ointment prescribed should get rid of it ... do not get any in your eyes! If the cream was prescribed for this condition then follow the instructions given. Once it has cleared up you might want to think of hot to prevent re-occurrence : is it your make up, do you work with chemicals, is this stress related etc Answered by Sheridan Zaller 1 year ago.


Red spots on arms and legs that scab?
I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed.They start out red, itchy, and then they scab,... Asked by Daine Mcclaughry 1 year ago.

I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed. They start out red, itchy, and then they scab, even if I have not touched them. I saw a Dermatologist, she thought it was absolutely nothing to worry about and gave me a topical steroid called Cordran SP. I don't think it's helped too much. I was on anti-biotics for Staph from a normal Dr (who mistook it for staph) so my Dermatologist could not take a skin culture. Clearly both of these people were wrong. I'm 20 years old, I don't think it could be Shingles, I was vaccinated a very long time ago for Chicken Pox. Any one else have experience with this? I was wondering if it was allergies, but nothing has really changed in my life (but I had mono in February, so my immune system is still bad, I've been having unbelievable amounts of canker sores in my mouth) I usually get bad allergies at this time, like itchy eyes and nose, but for some reason I still haven't, so could this be a trade off? I get this red, scabbed bumps? NOTE: These are only on my arms and my lower legs. There was a small spot on my left butt cheek (went away) and one tiny one on the side of my foot. These marks are no where else. Answered by Kasandra Naugher 1 year ago.

Start taking a supplement for cankers called The Canker Spanker, which heals the sores you have and helps prevent new ones. Works great! They are cheap and it's worth a try! Check them out online or call your local pharmacy to see if they carry it. Answered by Gussie Veino 1 year ago.

It's probably Subbheoric Dermatitis or full blown Psoriasis. You should see a Dermatologist asap. It won't go away on it's own. This is common. You will probably be prescribed a steroid cream. Use it as directed and the spots should be gone within a few days. No worries. Just go to the Dr. Answered by Tami Arrisola 1 year ago.


Should I see the doctor? Sore on hand.?
I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle... Asked by Cayla Regelman 1 year ago.

I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle finger. I put bacitracin on it and covered it with a band aid and it seemed to be healing. when i would take off the band aid i would have clear fluid oozing out of the wound. Now the sore has scabbed over but has doubled in size and is still itchy. It almost looks like theres additional eczema around the whole sore which is causing it to become larger. Should I see a doctor about this or since it has already scabbed over just wait it out? Answered by Lance Timus 1 year ago.

I am not a medical professional but having eczema before, i have seen this similar scenario. I went to my doctor and he gave me something called Cordran Tape which woked very well. Now like i said im not prescribing this to you. lol. Just talk to your doctor:) Good luck Answered by Shaquana Botwin 1 year ago.


Does anyone know a cure or remedy for Eczema to get rid of it ?
Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will... Asked by Lanelle Strotman 1 year ago.

It itches intensely and the more i scratch it, it seems to be slowly spreading and the bumps get thicker. I try not to scratch but it's so intense i have to get relief. Tried Rx creams, tapes, pills. Over the counter hydrocortizone, and other itch creams. Now i am taking 4 tblsp of Coconut Oil a day, which i don't mind but it's not phasing it. Plus cortisteriod ointment not helping much at all, i scratch it so much it bleeds sometimes. Thanks for your help...for i am in torment! Answered by Felisa Tipold 1 year ago.

Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will look into the web site mentioned, sounds good too. Also using lye soap which it said was good to treat Eczema with regular use....no improvement after 1 1/2 weeks of use. Use baby wash because i figure it's got to be the mildest. Also a lady that makes homemade pure soaps recommended her soaps which have alot of different oils in them and the highest, purest ingredients. Cordran Tape....an RX was the best because it shields it from the air and keep it conditioned....just looking for something cheaper and safer....Thanks for ALL the SUPER GREAT answers, i appreciate them all....God bless to all. Answered by Barbara Prejean 1 year ago.

My little boy had eczema on his cheeks. I was not sure what method to use but I didn't want to make my boy go through any surgery treatments at this young age. Some suggested a plastic surgeon since it was in a very visible location but our family doctor recommend this natural guide. Best Eczema Treatment? Answered by Natasha Papke 1 year ago.

I suffer from breakouts of nummular eczema. I, also, had tried everything, but I gave up and went to the dermatologist. I was given an ointment (he said ointments are more successful than creams) called "clobetasol propionate 0.05%" to heal it and "lidocaine 3% HC 0.5%" for the itching. Got rid of the eczema within 2 weeks! He said the clobetasol was one of the strongest prescriptions out there for eczema, and because of that you cannot use it on your face. Good Luck! Answered by Frank Lagazo 1 year ago.

I actually have a prescription for a steroid cream called Clobestrol. It works pretty good still itches occasionally but you can only use it for 2 weeks twice a day then you have to take qa break cuz it thins ur skin Answered by Harold Willitzer 1 year ago.

I have found Sarna anti itch lotion really helps with the itching - I mix it with Aquaphor when my skin is dry to help moisturize since the Sarna is not a moisturizer but it feels really great on the skin - it makes it feel cool! Answered by Aline Vanniello 1 year ago.

I have you tried Cetaphil, any of the Eucerin products or oatmeal products. My son uses oatmeal body wash and it seems to keep it under control. Answered by Evita Gloshen 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever tried using cordran tape for wrinkles (aging) ?
I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I... Asked by Alexia Hibbitts 1 year ago.

I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I am wondering how long this will last though? Has anyone else tried this? Answered by Mattie Minter 1 year ago.

Never tried it there, you really think that this will work. Hopefully you're right, but I really doubt it, otherwise someone else would have found it out.. Answered by Claudette Decardo 1 year ago.


How to treat ant bite which has ingrown hair preventing it from healing? Got prescription for cordran tape.?
Thank you. Also any advice on how to cover up bite would be appreciated because it's on leg and very noticable. Asked by Nicolle Reily 1 year ago.

try plucking the hair out to move along the healing process, don't b a baby either the pain will pass, =) make sure it's clean real good also with alcohol. get like a type of pad that will cover it, the get neosporin drown it n that, and use the tape 2 tape on the pad, sorry but it's going 2 have 2 stay noticable if u want it 2 heal. Also pools can help clean it out and dry it up. hope i helped! good luck wit that! Answered by Rayford Kanwar 1 year ago.


Eyelid rash?
I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I... Asked by Laurence Ewbank 1 year ago.

I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I don't have allergies. Answered by Georgiann Tatters 1 year ago.

Cordran is too potent a steroid to be used on or near the eyelids for any length of time. If it was prescribed for your eye condition get a second opinion. Answered by Al Dagraca 1 year ago.

Not sure what country you are from but Cordran is aka Flurandrenolide, a corticosteroid used for inflammatory conditions of the skin. Was this prescribed to you for this condition or for something else...? if it is the latter don't use it and see your family doctor. I would not take seriously anyone on this site who tries to tell you what condition you have as this can only be done by a qualified health professional who has actually seen the condition. Most likely it is a form of eczema / dermatitis and the ointment prescribed should get rid of it ... do not get any in your eyes! If the cream was prescribed for this condition then follow the instructions given. Once it has cleared up you might want to think of hot to prevent re-occurrence : is it your make up, do you work with chemicals, is this stress related etc Answered by Waltraud Mustard 1 year ago.


Red spots on arms and legs that scab?
I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed.They start out red, itchy, and then they scab,... Asked by Kaila Hayashida 1 year ago.

I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed. They start out red, itchy, and then they scab, even if I have not touched them. I saw a Dermatologist, she thought it was absolutely nothing to worry about and gave me a topical steroid called Cordran SP. I don't think it's helped too much. I was on anti-biotics for Staph from a normal Dr (who mistook it for staph) so my Dermatologist could not take a skin culture. Clearly both of these people were wrong. I'm 20 years old, I don't think it could be Shingles, I was vaccinated a very long time ago for Chicken Pox. Any one else have experience with this? I was wondering if it was allergies, but nothing has really changed in my life (but I had mono in February, so my immune system is still bad, I've been having unbelievable amounts of canker sores in my mouth) I usually get bad allergies at this time, like itchy eyes and nose, but for some reason I still haven't, so could this be a trade off? I get this red, scabbed bumps? NOTE: These are only on my arms and my lower legs. There was a small spot on my left butt cheek (went away) and one tiny one on the side of my foot. These marks are no where else. Answered by Mika Hrabal 1 year ago.

Start taking a supplement for cankers called The Canker Spanker, which heals the sores you have and helps prevent new ones. Works great! They are cheap and it's worth a try! Check them out online or call your local pharmacy to see if they carry it. Answered by Majorie Mcmenamin 1 year ago.

It's probably Subbheoric Dermatitis or full blown Psoriasis. You should see a Dermatologist asap. It won't go away on it's own. This is common. You will probably be prescribed a steroid cream. Use it as directed and the spots should be gone within a few days. No worries. Just go to the Dr. Answered by Juan Minkoff 1 year ago.


Should I see the doctor? Sore on hand.?
I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle... Asked by Palmer Mullennix 1 year ago.

I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle finger. I put bacitracin on it and covered it with a band aid and it seemed to be healing. when i would take off the band aid i would have clear fluid oozing out of the wound. Now the sore has scabbed over but has doubled in size and is still itchy. It almost looks like theres additional eczema around the whole sore which is causing it to become larger. Should I see a doctor about this or since it has already scabbed over just wait it out? Answered by Louise Bandle 1 year ago.

I am not a medical professional but having eczema before, i have seen this similar scenario. I went to my doctor and he gave me something called Cordran Tape which woked very well. Now like i said im not prescribing this to you. lol. Just talk to your doctor:) Good luck Answered by Usha Liebler 1 year ago.


Does anyone know a cure or remedy for Eczema to get rid of it ?
Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will... Asked by Fairy Hagin 1 year ago.

It itches intensely and the more i scratch it, it seems to be slowly spreading and the bumps get thicker. I try not to scratch but it's so intense i have to get relief. Tried Rx creams, tapes, pills. Over the counter hydrocortizone, and other itch creams. Now i am taking 4 tblsp of Coconut Oil a day, which i don't mind but it's not phasing it. Plus cortisteriod ointment not helping much at all, i scratch it so much it bleeds sometimes. Thanks for your help...for i am in torment! Answered by Elicia Lamattina 1 year ago.

Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will look into the web site mentioned, sounds good too. Also using lye soap which it said was good to treat Eczema with regular use....no improvement after 1 1/2 weeks of use. Use baby wash because i figure it's got to be the mildest. Also a lady that makes homemade pure soaps recommended her soaps which have alot of different oils in them and the highest, purest ingredients. Cordran Tape....an RX was the best because it shields it from the air and keep it conditioned....just looking for something cheaper and safer....Thanks for ALL the SUPER GREAT answers, i appreciate them all....God bless to all. Answered by Monika Keglovic 1 year ago.

My little boy had eczema on his cheeks. I was not sure what method to use but I didn't want to make my boy go through any surgery treatments at this young age. Some suggested a plastic surgeon since it was in a very visible location but our family doctor recommend this natural guide. Best Eczema Treatment? Answered by Fabiola Meservy 1 year ago.

I suffer from breakouts of nummular eczema. I, also, had tried everything, but I gave up and went to the dermatologist. I was given an ointment (he said ointments are more successful than creams) called "clobetasol propionate 0.05%" to heal it and "lidocaine 3% HC 0.5%" for the itching. Got rid of the eczema within 2 weeks! He said the clobetasol was one of the strongest prescriptions out there for eczema, and because of that you cannot use it on your face. Good Luck! Answered by Lelia Landers 1 year ago.

I actually have a prescription for a steroid cream called Clobestrol. It works pretty good still itches occasionally but you can only use it for 2 weeks twice a day then you have to take qa break cuz it thins ur skin Answered by Bari Dubinsky 1 year ago.

I have found Sarna anti itch lotion really helps with the itching - I mix it with Aquaphor when my skin is dry to help moisturize since the Sarna is not a moisturizer but it feels really great on the skin - it makes it feel cool! Answered by Gilda Calixtro 1 year ago.

I have you tried Cetaphil, any of the Eucerin products or oatmeal products. My son uses oatmeal body wash and it seems to keep it under control. Answered by Andrea Ryen 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever tried using cordran tape for wrinkles (aging) ?
I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I... Asked by Providencia Senteno 1 year ago.

I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I am wondering how long this will last though? Has anyone else tried this? Answered by Rivka Gastel 1 year ago.

Never tried it there, you really think that this will work. Hopefully you're right, but I really doubt it, otherwise someone else would have found it out.. Answered by Susan Mencke 1 year ago.


How to treat ant bite which has ingrown hair preventing it from healing? Got prescription for cordran tape.?
Thank you. Also any advice on how to cover up bite would be appreciated because it's on leg and very noticable. Asked by Joanne Bertch 1 year ago.

try plucking the hair out to move along the healing process, don't b a baby either the pain will pass, =) make sure it's clean real good also with alcohol. get like a type of pad that will cover it, the get neosporin drown it n that, and use the tape 2 tape on the pad, sorry but it's going 2 have 2 stay noticable if u want it 2 heal. Also pools can help clean it out and dry it up. hope i helped! good luck wit that! Answered by Gilberte Hartzell 1 year ago.


Eyelid rash?
I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I... Asked by Pamula Eighmy 1 year ago.

I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I don't have allergies. Answered by Manie Bue 1 year ago.

Cordran is too potent a steroid to be used on or near the eyelids for any length of time. If it was prescribed for your eye condition get a second opinion. Answered by Janean Fehn 1 year ago.

Not sure what country you are from but Cordran is aka Flurandrenolide, a corticosteroid used for inflammatory conditions of the skin. Was this prescribed to you for this condition or for something else...? if it is the latter don't use it and see your family doctor. I would not take seriously anyone on this site who tries to tell you what condition you have as this can only be done by a qualified health professional who has actually seen the condition. Most likely it is a form of eczema / dermatitis and the ointment prescribed should get rid of it ... do not get any in your eyes! If the cream was prescribed for this condition then follow the instructions given. Once it has cleared up you might want to think of hot to prevent re-occurrence : is it your make up, do you work with chemicals, is this stress related etc Answered by Jina Barts 1 year ago.


Red spots on arms and legs that scab?
I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed.They start out red, itchy, and then they scab,... Asked by Danika Saglibene 1 year ago.

I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed. They start out red, itchy, and then they scab, even if I have not touched them. I saw a Dermatologist, she thought it was absolutely nothing to worry about and gave me a topical steroid called Cordran SP. I don't think it's helped too much. I was on anti-biotics for Staph from a normal Dr (who mistook it for staph) so my Dermatologist could not take a skin culture. Clearly both of these people were wrong. I'm 20 years old, I don't think it could be Shingles, I was vaccinated a very long time ago for Chicken Pox. Any one else have experience with this? I was wondering if it was allergies, but nothing has really changed in my life (but I had mono in February, so my immune system is still bad, I've been having unbelievable amounts of canker sores in my mouth) I usually get bad allergies at this time, like itchy eyes and nose, but for some reason I still haven't, so could this be a trade off? I get this red, scabbed bumps? NOTE: These are only on my arms and my lower legs. There was a small spot on my left butt cheek (went away) and one tiny one on the side of my foot. These marks are no where else. Answered by Grisel Saffell 1 year ago.

Start taking a supplement for cankers called The Canker Spanker, which heals the sores you have and helps prevent new ones. Works great! They are cheap and it's worth a try! Check them out online or call your local pharmacy to see if they carry it. Answered by Abraham Ondrey 1 year ago.

It's probably Subbheoric Dermatitis or full blown Psoriasis. You should see a Dermatologist asap. It won't go away on it's own. This is common. You will probably be prescribed a steroid cream. Use it as directed and the spots should be gone within a few days. No worries. Just go to the Dr. Answered by Maryam Ibraham 1 year ago.


Should I see the doctor? Sore on hand.?
I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle... Asked by Jeffrey Washpun 1 year ago.

I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle finger. I put bacitracin on it and covered it with a band aid and it seemed to be healing. when i would take off the band aid i would have clear fluid oozing out of the wound. Now the sore has scabbed over but has doubled in size and is still itchy. It almost looks like theres additional eczema around the whole sore which is causing it to become larger. Should I see a doctor about this or since it has already scabbed over just wait it out? Answered by Chara Trani 1 year ago.

I am not a medical professional but having eczema before, i have seen this similar scenario. I went to my doctor and he gave me something called Cordran Tape which woked very well. Now like i said im not prescribing this to you. lol. Just talk to your doctor:) Good luck Answered by Luna Brooking 1 year ago.


Does anyone know a cure or remedy for Eczema to get rid of it ?
Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will... Asked by Lorena Hilley 1 year ago.

It itches intensely and the more i scratch it, it seems to be slowly spreading and the bumps get thicker. I try not to scratch but it's so intense i have to get relief. Tried Rx creams, tapes, pills. Over the counter hydrocortizone, and other itch creams. Now i am taking 4 tblsp of Coconut Oil a day, which i don't mind but it's not phasing it. Plus cortisteriod ointment not helping much at all, i scratch it so much it bleeds sometimes. Thanks for your help...for i am in torment! Answered by Freeda Kerekes 1 year ago.

Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will look into the web site mentioned, sounds good too. Also using lye soap which it said was good to treat Eczema with regular use....no improvement after 1 1/2 weeks of use. Use baby wash because i figure it's got to be the mildest. Also a lady that makes homemade pure soaps recommended her soaps which have alot of different oils in them and the highest, purest ingredients. Cordran Tape....an RX was the best because it shields it from the air and keep it conditioned....just looking for something cheaper and safer....Thanks for ALL the SUPER GREAT answers, i appreciate them all....God bless to all. Answered by Gil Nunamaker 1 year ago.

My little boy had eczema on his cheeks. I was not sure what method to use but I didn't want to make my boy go through any surgery treatments at this young age. Some suggested a plastic surgeon since it was in a very visible location but our family doctor recommend this natural guide. Best Eczema Treatment? Answered by Marva Gutierre 1 year ago.

I suffer from breakouts of nummular eczema. I, also, had tried everything, but I gave up and went to the dermatologist. I was given an ointment (he said ointments are more successful than creams) called "clobetasol propionate 0.05%" to heal it and "lidocaine 3% HC 0.5%" for the itching. Got rid of the eczema within 2 weeks! He said the clobetasol was one of the strongest prescriptions out there for eczema, and because of that you cannot use it on your face. Good Luck! Answered by Abigail Martischnig 1 year ago.

I actually have a prescription for a steroid cream called Clobestrol. It works pretty good still itches occasionally but you can only use it for 2 weeks twice a day then you have to take qa break cuz it thins ur skin Answered by Mable Finkelson 1 year ago.

I have found Sarna anti itch lotion really helps with the itching - I mix it with Aquaphor when my skin is dry to help moisturize since the Sarna is not a moisturizer but it feels really great on the skin - it makes it feel cool! Answered by Dalton Revolorio 1 year ago.

I have you tried Cetaphil, any of the Eucerin products or oatmeal products. My son uses oatmeal body wash and it seems to keep it under control. Answered by Leontine Duka 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever tried using cordran tape for wrinkles (aging) ?
I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I... Asked by Kary Sesay 1 year ago.

I was prescribed cordran tape for my eczema, and I realized how sort and glowing my skin would look removal of the tape. I had the idea to test it on this wrinkle (I'm 27 and I have some minor ones) that I have between my eyebrows. I tried it this past weekend and vola! The wrinkle is almost completely gone. I am wondering how long this will last though? Has anyone else tried this? Answered by Annita Cascone 1 year ago.

Never tried it there, you really think that this will work. Hopefully you're right, but I really doubt it, otherwise someone else would have found it out.. Answered by Terica Liedy 1 year ago.


How to treat ant bite which has ingrown hair preventing it from healing? Got prescription for cordran tape.?
Thank you. Also any advice on how to cover up bite would be appreciated because it's on leg and very noticable. Asked by Herma Fritz 1 year ago.

try plucking the hair out to move along the healing process, don't b a baby either the pain will pass, =) make sure it's clean real good also with alcohol. get like a type of pad that will cover it, the get neosporin drown it n that, and use the tape 2 tape on the pad, sorry but it's going 2 have 2 stay noticable if u want it 2 heal. Also pools can help clean it out and dry it up. hope i helped! good luck wit that! Answered by Ericka Venne 1 year ago.


Eyelid rash?
I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I... Asked by Chery Guttery 1 year ago.

I just developed a rash on my top eyelids almost into my brow. It's very itchy and red...and my lids swell up a little. I have a prescription of "Cordran" and want to know if anyone knows-if it's ok to use this. Why do I have this condition? I also noticed dark circles under my eyes and I don't have allergies. Answered by Aurelio Vascocu 1 year ago.

Cordran is too potent a steroid to be used on or near the eyelids for any length of time. If it was prescribed for your eye condition get a second opinion. Answered by Cortney Figaro 1 year ago.

Not sure what country you are from but Cordran is aka Flurandrenolide, a corticosteroid used for inflammatory conditions of the skin. Was this prescribed to you for this condition or for something else...? if it is the latter don't use it and see your family doctor. I would not take seriously anyone on this site who tries to tell you what condition you have as this can only be done by a qualified health professional who has actually seen the condition. Most likely it is a form of eczema / dermatitis and the ointment prescribed should get rid of it ... do not get any in your eyes! If the cream was prescribed for this condition then follow the instructions given. Once it has cleared up you might want to think of hot to prevent re-occurrence : is it your make up, do you work with chemicals, is this stress related etc Answered by May Lowen 1 year ago.


Red spots on arms and legs that scab?
I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed.They start out red, itchy, and then they scab,... Asked by Tommye Cangas 1 year ago.

I have had these spots for well over 3 weeks now. I thought they were bed bug bites because sometimes they itched, but there aren't enough marks for them to be bed bug bites. There are a count of 7 of these marks on my body at the time, as a few have healed. They start out red, itchy, and then they scab, even if I have not touched them. I saw a Dermatologist, she thought it was absolutely nothing to worry about and gave me a topical steroid called Cordran SP. I don't think it's helped too much. I was on anti-biotics for Staph from a normal Dr (who mistook it for staph) so my Dermatologist could not take a skin culture. Clearly both of these people were wrong. I'm 20 years old, I don't think it could be Shingles, I was vaccinated a very long time ago for Chicken Pox. Any one else have experience with this? I was wondering if it was allergies, but nothing has really changed in my life (but I had mono in February, so my immune system is still bad, I've been having unbelievable amounts of canker sores in my mouth) I usually get bad allergies at this time, like itchy eyes and nose, but for some reason I still haven't, so could this be a trade off? I get this red, scabbed bumps? NOTE: These are only on my arms and my lower legs. There was a small spot on my left butt cheek (went away) and one tiny one on the side of my foot. These marks are no where else. Answered by Nelle Kacerski 1 year ago.

Start taking a supplement for cankers called The Canker Spanker, which heals the sores you have and helps prevent new ones. Works great! They are cheap and it's worth a try! Check them out online or call your local pharmacy to see if they carry it. Answered by Liliana Grillo 1 year ago.

It's probably Subbheoric Dermatitis or full blown Psoriasis. You should see a Dermatologist asap. It won't go away on it's own. This is common. You will probably be prescribed a steroid cream. Use it as directed and the spots should be gone within a few days. No worries. Just go to the Dr. Answered by Percy Sollars 1 year ago.


Should I see the doctor? Sore on hand.?
I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle... Asked by Sheena Spielman 1 year ago.

I have had eczema all my life. About 4 weeks ago I got little eczema bumps on my hands that I would scratch at night while sleeping. These little bumps would then turn into scabs or more eczema. From scratching it so many times, it has formed a sore on my left hand between the knuckles of my index finger and middle finger. I put bacitracin on it and covered it with a band aid and it seemed to be healing. when i would take off the band aid i would have clear fluid oozing out of the wound. Now the sore has scabbed over but has doubled in size and is still itchy. It almost looks like theres additional eczema around the whole sore which is causing it to become larger. Should I see a doctor about this or since it has already scabbed over just wait it out? Answered by Aurora Reusing 1 year ago.

I am not a medical professional but having eczema before, i have seen this similar scenario. I went to my doctor and he gave me something called Cordran Tape which woked very well. Now like i said im not prescribing this to you. lol. Just talk to your doctor:) Good luck Answered by Zada Palk 1 year ago.


Does anyone know a cure or remedy for Eczema to get rid of it ?
Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will... Asked by Trent Picard 1 year ago.

It itches intensely and the more i scratch it, it seems to be slowly spreading and the bumps get thicker. I try not to scratch but it's so intense i have to get relief. Tried Rx creams, tapes, pills. Over the counter hydrocortizone, and other itch creams. Now i am taking 4 tblsp of Coconut Oil a day, which i don't mind but it's not phasing it. Plus cortisteriod ointment not helping much at all, i scratch it so much it bleeds sometimes. Thanks for your help...for i am in torment! Answered by Aldo Binning 1 year ago.

Wow, Great answers so far...i have tried just about all oatmeal body washes and lotions(Avon was good), and Cepaphil , it's good and their other products. The Rx mentioned is simular to the one im using:Triamcinolon 0.1% which sounds simular to the one mentioned...thins the skins also after weeks of use. I will look into the web site mentioned, sounds good too. Also using lye soap which it said was good to treat Eczema with regular use....no improvement after 1 1/2 weeks of use. Use baby wash because i figure it's got to be the mildest. Also a lady that makes homemade pure soaps recommended her soaps which have alot of different oils in them and the highest, purest ingredients. Cordran Tape....an RX was the best because it shields it from the air and keep it conditioned....just looking for something cheaper and safer....Thanks for ALL the SUPER GREAT answers, i appreciate them all....God bless to all. Answered by Britta Jaramillo 1 year ago.

My little boy had eczema on his cheeks. I was not sure what method to use but I didn't want to make my boy go through any surgery treatments at this young age. Some suggested a plastic surgeon since it was in a very visible location but our family doctor recommend this natural guide. Best Eczema Treatment? Answered by Katherina Hertlein 1 year ago.

I suffer from breakouts of nummular eczema. I, also, had tried everything, but I gave up and went to the dermatologist. I was given an ointment (he said ointments are more successful than creams) called "clobetasol propionate 0.05%" to heal it and "lidocaine 3% HC 0.5%" for the itching. Got rid of the eczema within 2 weeks! He said the clobetasol was one of the strongest prescriptions out there for eczema, and because of that you cannot use it on your face. Good Luck! Answered by Jacqulyn Hamberger 1 year ago.

I actually have a prescription for a steroid cream called Clobestrol. It works pretty good still itches occasionally but you can only use it for 2 weeks twice a day then you have to take qa break cuz it thins ur skin Answered by Mitsue Flash 1 year ago.

I have found Sarna anti itch lotion really helps with the itching - I mix it with Aquaphor when my skin is dry to help moisturize since the Sarna is not a moisturizer but it feels really great on the skin - it makes it feel cool! Answered by Griselda Orellana 1 year ago.

I have you tried Cetaphil, any of the Eucerin products or oatmeal products. My son uses oatmeal body wash and it seems to keep it under control. Answered by Julissa Mosby 1 year ago.


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