Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017536/001.

Names and composition

"DIPROSONE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017536/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
017691/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
017781/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017829/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE DISC/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017536/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
017691/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
017781/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017829/001 DIPROSONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE DISC/TOPICAL EQ 0.1% BASE
018741/001 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019136/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019137/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019138/001 ALPHATREX BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019140/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019141/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019143/001 ALPHATREX BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019408/001 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019408/002 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019555/001 DIPROLENE AF BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
019716/001 DIPROLENE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070273/001 ALPHATREX BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070274/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
070275/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
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070885/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
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072536/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
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073552/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
074271/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
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075276/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
075373/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076215/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076508/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE GEL, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076543/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
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076603/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
076753/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE OINTMENT, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
077111/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
077477/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE LOTION, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
078930/001 BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE CREAM, AUGMENTED/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE
208079/001 SERNIVO BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE SPRAY/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE per SPRAY

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Answered questions

Where can i buy diprosone?
Asked by Reva Kinabrew 1 year ago.

diprosone is coricosteroid containing cream which in some countries need prescription and other not so if u are in country that refuse to sell it OTC u must see a doc to write u one Answered by Noriko Frerichs 1 year ago.


Tight foreskin/Diprosone/Betamethaso... help!?
oiioxxxoiio-excellent answer , any chance of a link to a safe site that will sell it? I don't trust sites I've never used Asked by Iluminada Traynham 1 year ago.

Ok, so i need help finding this product on the internet,(Diprosone/Betamethasone) and I need it to be delivered to the UK. There were sites I found but it cost waaaay too much money. Also don't tell me I need a prescription because as I said before I found sites that sold it, just too pricey. So any help would be nice. Cheers Answered by Kristen Kemmis 1 year ago.

If you have phimosis..(tight foreskin) ..do what I did. ... get yourself some hydrocortizone CREAM apply twice daily. and do light stretches everyday for 30 days. Eventually your foreskin will loosen up. What I did was i applied a generous amount, and did some stretching...but also left it to sit (don't rub it in too much...if you do, apply more before you're done). after 30 days. and probably 2 or 3 tubes of hydrocortisone cream (which are anywhere between $5-10 each) you should be fine. Stretch technique: grap the foreskin and pull forward. not too hard, but hold it for 1 minute at a time. and then try to pull it back a little bit. Answered by Dorethea Tigges 1 year ago.

I think full frontal assaults are much better in most cases, which can end one up in a tight spot if they play their cards right. Of course, when you're in a tight spot, you must go deep to come out on the winning end. Tight ends, meh, up front pulling is CAN be quite effective in the matter, but as you say, it's really about good hands. Now I need a cold shower. Answered by Reyna Dearman 1 year ago.

in the u.k. aren't prescriptions covered by the nhs? why order it online? Answered by Lessie Buelow 1 year ago.

go on www.google.com and type it in there and see what they say Answered by Bret Millwee 1 year ago.


What are the risks of using topical corticosteroids like Diprosone cream during pregnancy?
I've been using a topical ointment called Diprosone cream whenever I get skin inflammations. Now I'm 7 weeks pregnant and I've read just recently that this medicine has no evidence of safety for pregnant women. Now I'm so afraid what might happen to my baby. Anyone who's aware? Asked by Julianne Remiasz 1 year ago.

call your pharmacy. The Pharmacist can tell you for sure. Good luck and congrats. Answered by Karisa Allbright 1 year ago.


Have been using diprosone lotion all over my body since had black marks! at first it worked well but now?
I'm developing more rash and my skin is becoming very bad! When I stop using it, m getting darker than I use to be. I have even lost self confidence sinse it getting worse! Pls help! Asked by Waylon Rippe 1 year ago.

Stop using the topical steroid. Consult with a board-certified dermatologist for a different prescription. You can speak with a pharmacist first if you want, but s/he cannot treat you. Answered by Noelia Liddicoat 1 year ago.


I have Dermatitis, please help!?
Okay first off, I have been to the doctors last monday and she told me to put Diprosone on parts where it is. I have done that ever since the doctor's appointment, but now I have blisters on my palms! Do I have to keep put the cream on the blisters? If not, What do I do to get rid of the blisters? Asked by Adele Holmes 1 year ago.

Please call the dermatologist tomorrow and ask if blisters were expected as part of the original problem so that you know what to expect. It is probably fine to put the diprosone on in the mean time to help with the itch. Answered by Bernie Aills 1 year ago.


What's the best scar cream?
I keep hearing Mederma works and doesn't work...which is it? I just burnt myself today with the frying pan on my wrist... What should I use on it? Asked by Migdalia Kallenbach 1 year ago.

Diprosone, Protopic, Elica.... Answered by Andrew Kacynski 1 year ago.


Where can i buy diprosone?
Asked by China Davari 1 year ago.

diprosone is coricosteroid containing cream which in some countries need prescription and other not so if u are in country that refuse to sell it OTC u must see a doc to write u one Answered by Alla Vanez 1 year ago.


Tight foreskin/Diprosone/Betamethaso... help!?
oiioxxxoiio-excellent answer , any chance of a link to a safe site that will sell it? I don't trust sites I've never used Asked by Taren Schradle 1 year ago.

Ok, so i need help finding this product on the internet,(Diprosone/Betamethasone) and I need it to be delivered to the UK. There were sites I found but it cost waaaay too much money. Also don't tell me I need a prescription because as I said before I found sites that sold it, just too pricey. So any help would be nice. Cheers Answered by Leisha Cannady 1 year ago.

If you have phimosis..(tight foreskin) ..do what I did. ... get yourself some hydrocortizone CREAM apply twice daily. and do light stretches everyday for 30 days. Eventually your foreskin will loosen up. What I did was i applied a generous amount, and did some stretching...but also left it to sit (don't rub it in too much...if you do, apply more before you're done). after 30 days. and probably 2 or 3 tubes of hydrocortisone cream (which are anywhere between $5-10 each) you should be fine. Stretch technique: grap the foreskin and pull forward. not too hard, but hold it for 1 minute at a time. and then try to pull it back a little bit. Answered by Annika Pel 1 year ago.

I think full frontal assaults are much better in most cases, which can end one up in a tight spot if they play their cards right. Of course, when you're in a tight spot, you must go deep to come out on the winning end. Tight ends, meh, up front pulling is CAN be quite effective in the matter, but as you say, it's really about good hands. Now I need a cold shower. Answered by Kasandra Borsh 1 year ago.

in the u.k. aren't prescriptions covered by the nhs? why order it online? Answered by Latoria Plassman 1 year ago.

go on www.google.com and type it in there and see what they say Answered by Aurea Sparhawk 1 year ago.


What are the risks of using topical corticosteroids like Diprosone cream during pregnancy?
I've been using a topical ointment called Diprosone cream whenever I get skin inflammations. Now I'm 7 weeks pregnant and I've read just recently that this medicine has no evidence of safety for pregnant women. Now I'm so afraid what might happen to my baby. Anyone who's aware? Asked by Logan Trbovich 1 year ago.

call your pharmacy. The Pharmacist can tell you for sure. Good luck and congrats. Answered by Wayne Tamblyn 1 year ago.


Have been using diprosone lotion all over my body since had black marks! at first it worked well but now?
I'm developing more rash and my skin is becoming very bad! When I stop using it, m getting darker than I use to be. I have even lost self confidence sinse it getting worse! Pls help! Asked by Erin Dorin 1 year ago.

Stop using the topical steroid. Consult with a board-certified dermatologist for a different prescription. You can speak with a pharmacist first if you want, but s/he cannot treat you. Answered by Kimber Bers 1 year ago.


I have Dermatitis, please help!?
Okay first off, I have been to the doctors last monday and she told me to put Diprosone on parts where it is. I have done that ever since the doctor's appointment, but now I have blisters on my palms! Do I have to keep put the cream on the blisters? If not, What do I do to get rid of the blisters? Asked by Maudie Eyubeh 1 year ago.

Please call the dermatologist tomorrow and ask if blisters were expected as part of the original problem so that you know what to expect. It is probably fine to put the diprosone on in the mean time to help with the itch. Answered by Heath Gatling 1 year ago.


What's the best scar cream?
I keep hearing Mederma works and doesn't work...which is it? I just burnt myself today with the frying pan on my wrist... What should I use on it? Asked by Justin Agumga 1 year ago.

Diprosone, Protopic, Elica.... Answered by Marlene Noltensmeier 1 year ago.


Where can i buy diprosone?
Asked by Fredda Lampi 1 year ago.

diprosone is coricosteroid containing cream which in some countries need prescription and other not so if u are in country that refuse to sell it OTC u must see a doc to write u one Answered by Claud Stoeke 1 year ago.


Tight foreskin/Diprosone/Betamethaso... help!?
oiioxxxoiio-excellent answer , any chance of a link to a safe site that will sell it? I don't trust sites I've never used Asked by Lenita Zeledon 1 year ago.

Ok, so i need help finding this product on the internet,(Diprosone/Betamethasone) and I need it to be delivered to the UK. There were sites I found but it cost waaaay too much money. Also don't tell me I need a prescription because as I said before I found sites that sold it, just too pricey. So any help would be nice. Cheers Answered by Asia Berdugo 1 year ago.

If you have phimosis..(tight foreskin) ..do what I did. ... get yourself some hydrocortizone CREAM apply twice daily. and do light stretches everyday for 30 days. Eventually your foreskin will loosen up. What I did was i applied a generous amount, and did some stretching...but also left it to sit (don't rub it in too much...if you do, apply more before you're done). after 30 days. and probably 2 or 3 tubes of hydrocortisone cream (which are anywhere between $5-10 each) you should be fine. Stretch technique: grap the foreskin and pull forward. not too hard, but hold it for 1 minute at a time. and then try to pull it back a little bit. Answered by Wan Saulters 1 year ago.

I think full frontal assaults are much better in most cases, which can end one up in a tight spot if they play their cards right. Of course, when you're in a tight spot, you must go deep to come out on the winning end. Tight ends, meh, up front pulling is CAN be quite effective in the matter, but as you say, it's really about good hands. Now I need a cold shower. Answered by Stanley Ramiro 1 year ago.

in the u.k. aren't prescriptions covered by the nhs? why order it online? Answered by Normand Corwin 1 year ago.

go on www.google.com and type it in there and see what they say Answered by Ellsworth Rogacion 1 year ago.


What are the risks of using topical corticosteroids like Diprosone cream during pregnancy?
I've been using a topical ointment called Diprosone cream whenever I get skin inflammations. Now I'm 7 weeks pregnant and I've read just recently that this medicine has no evidence of safety for pregnant women. Now I'm so afraid what might happen to my baby. Anyone who's aware? Asked by Tracee Xia 1 year ago.

call your pharmacy. The Pharmacist can tell you for sure. Good luck and congrats. Answered by Jennette Serrano 1 year ago.


Have been using diprosone lotion all over my body since had black marks! at first it worked well but now?
I'm developing more rash and my skin is becoming very bad! When I stop using it, m getting darker than I use to be. I have even lost self confidence sinse it getting worse! Pls help! Asked by Cari Floth 1 year ago.

Stop using the topical steroid. Consult with a board-certified dermatologist for a different prescription. You can speak with a pharmacist first if you want, but s/he cannot treat you. Answered by Cathern Gamble 1 year ago.


I have Dermatitis, please help!?
Okay first off, I have been to the doctors last monday and she told me to put Diprosone on parts where it is. I have done that ever since the doctor's appointment, but now I have blisters on my palms! Do I have to keep put the cream on the blisters? If not, What do I do to get rid of the blisters? Asked by Saran Railes 1 year ago.

Please call the dermatologist tomorrow and ask if blisters were expected as part of the original problem so that you know what to expect. It is probably fine to put the diprosone on in the mean time to help with the itch. Answered by Cherryl Krusen 1 year ago.


What's the best scar cream?
I keep hearing Mederma works and doesn't work...which is it? I just burnt myself today with the frying pan on my wrist... What should I use on it? Asked by Elliott Housden 1 year ago.

Diprosone, Protopic, Elica.... Answered by Micah Blaine 1 year ago.


Where can i buy diprosone?
Asked by Belva Sjoquist 1 year ago.

diprosone is coricosteroid containing cream which in some countries need prescription and other not so if u are in country that refuse to sell it OTC u must see a doc to write u one Answered by Enoch Eurbin 1 year ago.


Tight foreskin/Diprosone/Betamethaso... help!?
oiioxxxoiio-excellent answer , any chance of a link to a safe site that will sell it? I don't trust sites I've never used Asked by Jenae Cuestas 1 year ago.

Ok, so i need help finding this product on the internet,(Diprosone/Betamethasone) and I need it to be delivered to the UK. There were sites I found but it cost waaaay too much money. Also don't tell me I need a prescription because as I said before I found sites that sold it, just too pricey. So any help would be nice. Cheers Answered by Raymonde Sisneroz 1 year ago.

If you have phimosis..(tight foreskin) ..do what I did. ... get yourself some hydrocortizone CREAM apply twice daily. and do light stretches everyday for 30 days. Eventually your foreskin will loosen up. What I did was i applied a generous amount, and did some stretching...but also left it to sit (don't rub it in too much...if you do, apply more before you're done). after 30 days. and probably 2 or 3 tubes of hydrocortisone cream (which are anywhere between $5-10 each) you should be fine. Stretch technique: grap the foreskin and pull forward. not too hard, but hold it for 1 minute at a time. and then try to pull it back a little bit. Answered by Maisie Legette 1 year ago.

I think full frontal assaults are much better in most cases, which can end one up in a tight spot if they play their cards right. Of course, when you're in a tight spot, you must go deep to come out on the winning end. Tight ends, meh, up front pulling is CAN be quite effective in the matter, but as you say, it's really about good hands. Now I need a cold shower. Answered by Amee Presas 1 year ago.

in the u.k. aren't prescriptions covered by the nhs? why order it online? Answered by Nicholas Simo 1 year ago.

go on www.google.com and type it in there and see what they say Answered by Traci Albro 1 year ago.


What are the risks of using topical corticosteroids like Diprosone cream during pregnancy?
I've been using a topical ointment called Diprosone cream whenever I get skin inflammations. Now I'm 7 weeks pregnant and I've read just recently that this medicine has no evidence of safety for pregnant women. Now I'm so afraid what might happen to my baby. Anyone who's aware? Asked by Carmela Philmon 1 year ago.

call your pharmacy. The Pharmacist can tell you for sure. Good luck and congrats. Answered by Genevive Hirz 1 year ago.


Have been using diprosone lotion all over my body since had black marks! at first it worked well but now?
I'm developing more rash and my skin is becoming very bad! When I stop using it, m getting darker than I use to be. I have even lost self confidence sinse it getting worse! Pls help! Asked by Deanne Sugarman 1 year ago.

Stop using the topical steroid. Consult with a board-certified dermatologist for a different prescription. You can speak with a pharmacist first if you want, but s/he cannot treat you. Answered by Dee Sampogna 1 year ago.


I have Dermatitis, please help!?
Okay first off, I have been to the doctors last monday and she told me to put Diprosone on parts where it is. I have done that ever since the doctor's appointment, but now I have blisters on my palms! Do I have to keep put the cream on the blisters? If not, What do I do to get rid of the blisters? Asked by Jamar Fay 1 year ago.

Please call the dermatologist tomorrow and ask if blisters were expected as part of the original problem so that you know what to expect. It is probably fine to put the diprosone on in the mean time to help with the itch. Answered by Cristy Stablein 1 year ago.


What's the best scar cream?
I keep hearing Mederma works and doesn't work...which is it? I just burnt myself today with the frying pan on my wrist... What should I use on it? Asked by King Coyazo 1 year ago.

Diprosone, Protopic, Elica.... Answered by Jon Suttell 1 year ago.


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