My pediatrician gave me a Desonate 0.05% sample to use twice daily, and I was wondering what Desonate does?
Asked by Trisha Pedretti 3 months ago.
Desonate 0.05% gel contains desonide, a synthetic nonfluorinated topical corticosteroid. These compounds have anti-inflammatory, antipruritic and vasoconstrictive properties. Desonate is specifically indicated for the treatment of mild to moderate atopic dermatitis in patients 3 months of age and older. Desonate is supplied as a gel for topical administration. The recommended initial dose of the drug is a thin layer applied to the affected areas two times daily and rubbed in gently. Treatment duration should not exceed four weeks. Answered by Elliot Blochberger 3 months ago.
Hives ALL over face? what should i do?
does desonate work for hives?the itching and redness of my allergic reaction is gone. but now i have soooo many little tiny bumps all over my face.before i knew it was hives i exfoliated which spread it im sure. i hope that doesn't mean scarring. i don't know what to do or use i just want the...
Asked by Eve Puentes 3 months ago.
does desonate work for hives? the itching and redness of my allergic reaction is gone. but now i have soooo many little tiny bumps all over my face. before i knew it was hives i exfoliated which spread it im sure. i hope that doesn't mean scarring. i don't know what to do or use i just want the bumps to go away. Answered by Hedy Karabin 3 months ago.
If you have taken the antihistamine for the allergic reaction I think you will just have to wait for the bumps to go away. If not take an antihistamine like benedryl and it should help pretty quick. Answered by James Hendy 3 months ago.
White patch on penis?
Havent seen a doctor yet, but started applying desonate gel
Asked by Toya Hermanstorfer 3 months ago.
im not sure whether i post the image in this community/ or the link to the image...if its possible i have the pic. this is the image of the leison. there is no itch, pain or discharge or any other symptom. there was a tear in the prepuce early in winter for which i used vaseline, other than that nothing. I am applying a steroid now, with not much response. what should i do? Answered by Osvaldo Fleer 3 months ago.
go to the doctor! Answered by Noreen Davis 3 months ago.
Have you gone to a doctor? Answered by Corinne Shorkey 3 months ago.
So I've had it since I was two but it never really became a big problem until I turned 9. I am now 16 and have to dress in black for certain events and can never let my hair down because of it. I use my medicine and it'll go away but it always ends up coming back somewhere different (usually on my scalp but...
Asked by Gloria Moe 3 months ago.
So I've had it since I was two but it never really became a big problem until I turned 9. I am now 16 and have to dress in black for certain events and can never let my hair down because of it. I use my medicine and it'll go away but it always ends up coming back somewhere different (usually on my scalp but I have had it on eyelids, elbows, knees, neck, and shoulders. Those are all gone and have never come back). It's really annoying and I can't keep going back and getting/trying every new prescription they push at me. Vinegar hasn't helped and neither has taking Vitamin E & C. I am just really frustrated because I have nice hair but can never show it off because of this stupid, stupid condition. If you have any remedies or suggestions, please help me! I have used: Nizoral, Desonate, Clobox, T-Gel, Something that started with a W, something with an X, and a few others which I am forgetting. My mom is skeptical about any pills. I can't use the shampoo medicine because then my hair gets dry. But the lotion medicine is annoying and emberassing (yeah, I know it's better than just having psoriasis staring people in the face but still). I once bought some kind of psoriasis/dandruff shampoo from Walgreens and it was amazing, but discontinued. And Selsun Blue is a load of crap. So is Head and Shoudlers. Answered by Molly Hedstrom 3 months ago.
Hi, you can try one of the natural treatments available on the Internet - some of them do actually work. For my psor. I use herbal cream by Champori quite successfully. It takes just a couple of weeks to clear the spots and they then stay clear for months on end. Try it: Champori is available online without prescription and comes with money back guarantee so if it doesn't work for you - it's free. Cheers, Yoko Answered by Lashunda Gustis 3 months ago.
Go to the National Psoriasis Foundation website. They have a brochure that can be mailed to you or (I think) looked up online that tells all of the over-the-counter medications for the different types of psoriasis and when to use which kind. I gave my copy to my mom, so I can't remember the exact name of the brochure, but it should be easy to locate on the website. Answered by Ashley Munselle 3 months ago.
Lip Skin not healing, Dermatologists, Please help?
About 1/2 inch wide, 1/5 inch long of my upper lip [middle] is not healing. The skin is simply missing. My upper lip would sometimes go through a 4-6 week cycle of healing then dead skin peeling off. But not in the past 8 months.Over the past 5 months I have tried,1. Vasaline/Lip Therepy/Carmex/Lip Balms2....
Asked by Ginny Mceldowney 3 months ago.
About 1/2 inch wide, 1/5 inch long of my upper lip [middle] is not healing. The skin is simply missing. My upper lip would sometimes go through a 4-6 week cycle of healing then dead skin peeling off. But not in the past 8 months. Over the past 5 months I have tried, 1. Vasaline/Lip Therepy/Carmex/Lip Balms 2. Desonate 3. Triamcinolone Acetinide 4. Changed my diet to a "Zone Diet" by Dr. Sears for blood sugar and insulin purposes. 5. Took vitamin A and prenatal tablets ~1.5x daily. None have worked. I've seen 4 Dermatologists and 2 doctors. They say "You're doing everything right." But don't know why it isn't healing. They say it doesn't look like it's cancer, herpes or anything like that. Please help... Answered by Walter Negbenebor 3 months ago.
Keep looking for a doctor who won't blow you off by telling you something stupid like that, because obviously SOMEthing is wrong. This is not the normal human condition for your lip to be in and somewhere there is a doctor who will identify the problem and help you! Get on WebMD and email one of their doctors and find every site you can and email those too. If your not healing and skin is missing you may be doing everything right, but you are still NOT healing. It could be a food allergy, or medicine or animal or any number of things and there is a doctor who will help you, you just need to find them. Keep looking until you get an answer!! Answered by Allyson Vanbergen 3 months ago.
Try taking vitamin a e and c orally and applying pure vitamin e at night to this area.. during the day drink more water (8 ++ glasses) eat well and use something like Berts Bee - lip balm - as needed. Answered by Julietta Ota 3 months ago.
I agree with Madison, find the right doctor to give you the right answer. I know you can surf the net and email different doctors, I sure would give that a try. good luck Answered by Maribel Herrnandez 3 months ago.