What is the physical state and density of elocon ?
I just need to know what the physical state and density of elocon is. I also need to know who the manufacturer of the product is. Thanks!
Asked by Keli Grabonski 3 months ago.
Elocon is the brand name for an anti-inflammatory cream containing 0.1% Monetasone furoate. Monetasone furoate is a white to off-white solid that is practically insoluble in water and moderately soluble in ethanol. It is a synthetic corticosteroid. The chemical name is too long for my typing skills, but the molecular formula is C27H30Cl2O6 The oitment base is composed of hexylene glycol, phosphoric acid, propylene glycol stearate, white wax, white petroleum, and water. The manufacturer is- Schering Corporation Kenilworth, NJ 07033 Answered by Michel Nost 3 months ago.
My doctor gave me elocon ointment to treat my eczema but is it too strong to use on my neck?
Asked by Talisha Atlas 3 months ago.
Elocon is a really strong steroid. It should be ok or your doctor would have said. Keep it away from your face and always wash your hands after wards. Answered by Tijuana Bugos 3 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: my doctor gave me elocon ointment to treat my eczema but is it too strong to use on my neck? Answered by Avelina Meissner 3 months ago.
if you are wondering then ask any local chemist Answered by Ariane Hoggatt 3 months ago.
My dog swallowed elocon?
Will he be ok or not? Do i neeed to take him to a vet??? PLEASE someone answer me I really need help. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!! thanks, William
Asked by Christen Stollar 3 months ago.
I don't know what elocon is but call your local poison control center - the number should be in your phone book - tell them about your dog and they will help you. My dog accidently ate one of my pills and I called them right away. They were very helpful and kind and even called back the next day to be sure my dog was ok. They are not just there for people poisoning. Answered by Cherryl Miyahira 3 months ago.
Can i use elocon for my acne?
i've been using acne free system, and then waiting like 5, 10 minutes then putting on a little tinyyyy bit of elocon because it was working for my friend so she gave me one of the sample tubes she had. idk, it's been workinggg. but i want to know if its okay for me to be using it.
Asked by Ernesto Bertolini 3 months ago.
i use elocon for my acne and it works. Answered by Tillie Toquinto 3 months ago.
Elocon Cream Acne Answered by Delta Wierzbicki 3 months ago.
While it took little less than two months for me to really see a difference, my acne, blackheads and whole lot of other skin problems I had such as eczema had completely cleared! It was totally amazing... Get Rid Of Acne Permanently? Answered by Shantae Nordell 3 months ago.
discuss your concerns with your dermatologist. Answered by Michel Cauthon 3 months ago.
Can i put elocon on pimples?
will elocon treat acne? like if i have a pimple, would it make it disappear by putting elocon on it? i need to know, thanks(=
Asked by Tegan Darsey 3 months ago.
Put a dab of regular tooth PASTE on the pimples and they will dry out nicely. Don't use the gel, it has to be the tooth paste. Then rub it with as slice of onion-onion is a powerful astringent. The como of both will treat your acne without paying for fancy treatments that do not work....good luck Answered by Elyse Cashen 3 months ago.
Does Corticosteroids (i.e. Elocon) show up in a blood test?
I have a prescription (Elocon) and I apply the cream once in awhile and am wondering if it will show up in a blood/drug test? If so, how long will it take to get it out of my system? Thanks
Asked by Joleen Iacovino 3 months ago.
Corticosteroids and anabolic steroids are to different drugs. It should effect a drug test for anabolic steroids. but corticosteroids,which is what you have are not tested for. I would mention it to the drug tester, a lot of people are on corticosteroids for a lot of reasons. Asthma, allergies, as a joint anti-inflammatory etc. which is all different from trying to grow muscle mass by using anabolic steroids, good luck on your test. Answered by Parker Bostow 3 months ago.
Corticosteroids are not screened for on routine drug tests. Corticosteroids are naturally in your system and vary considerably dependent on the time of day and stress levels in your system. Though cortisol can be measured in your blood and the indirect effects of exogenous steroids (i.e. corticosteroids from sources outside your body... pills, creams, etc) can be measured, there is no direct measure available for levels of exogenous corticosteroids that you may be exposed. Answered by Dewayne Eells 3 months ago.
Anybody ever use topical steroids (desonide & elocon) on their face?
I used Desonide and Elocon, respectively, on my face for roughly one and a half months a piece upon recommendation from my derm. Both steroids cleared up my face rather quickly but I'm afraid it left me with permanent damge to my face. I've noticed that my left nasolabial is really defined and puffy whereas...
Asked by Joette Hudman 3 months ago.
I used Desonide and Elocon, respectively, on my face for roughly one and a half months a piece upon recommendation from my derm. Both steroids cleared up my face rather quickly but I'm afraid it left me with permanent damge to my face. I've noticed that my left nasolabial is really defined and puffy whereas my right fold (or smile line) is barely visible. Coudl using these mid-grade steroids for a little over a month permanent damage. I've been given conflicting information from various derms. Any help from other topical steroid users would be much appreciated! Answered by Bobbi Gosso 3 months ago.
i used desonide... it didnt do anything to me. i dont think that topical creams have side effects Answered by Angel Maupin 3 months ago.
Foreskin stretching and Elocon steroid cream?
ok after much of the input i received on here i am going to try stretching. first a lil background.I have for the past 4 months had what i think is a yeast infection, i have tried lotrimin which helps but has not knocked out the infection, i use Qtips to clean out under the foreskin and pull out this slightly...
Asked by Marvel Mathiason 3 months ago.
ok after much of the input i received on here i am going to try stretching. first a lil background. I have for the past 4 months had what i think is a yeast infection, i have tried lotrimin which helps but has not knocked out the infection, i use Qtips to clean out under the foreskin and pull out this slightly yellowish cheezy substance,after i clean this out i use another qtip with peroxide to make sure i have it clean then apply the lotrimin. My inside foreskin is extremly itchy at times and has developed extreme phimosis as a result. I have diabetis as well which does not help with the yeast. I have in my medicine cabinit a full tube of Elocon (mometasone furoate cream 1%) will this cream help loosen the foreskin over some time along with stretching? I believe if i can get the foreskin over the head it will be able to stay nice and dry and with continued application of the lptrimin i can get rid of the yeast infection easier. can someone provide me their thoughts on my reasoning? Answered by Kirstin Booze 3 months ago.
I do not know your history, but is sounds as though you have got a tight foreskin. If this is the case, then you do not have to do anything about it. It is quite normal and fairly common. Just learn how you should live with it, dont wreck it or yourself in the process. Do not use the Elcon crean for stretching. It is a foolish notion to try and stretch your foreskin in any case, but even more so to try and use something which is not designed for that. I am quoting here from Netdoctor: Corticosteroids are medicines used for reducing inflammation. Inflammation of the skin happens as a result of allergy or irritation of the skin, and is caused by the release of various substances that are important in the immune system. These substances cause blood vessels to widen and result in the irritated area becoming red, swollen, itchy and painful, such as is seen in dermatitis or eczema. When mometasone is applied to the skin it works by acting inside the skin cells to decrease the release of these inflammatory substances. This reduces swelling, redness and itch. Mometasone is a potent corticosteroid that is applied to the skin to treat severe inflammatory skin disorders, such as dermatitis and psoriasis that have not responded to milder steroids. It is not going to do your diabetes any good to stuff it up with this medication. Answered by Timmy Hestand 3 months ago.
It may be a yeast infection, but it could also be something called smegma (see link 1). And smegma is pretty harmless and easily cleaned. Using peroxide under the foreskin is a BAD IDEA. It can actually make yeast infections more likely to happen as it kills all the good microbes that would otherwise keep yeast infections at bay. If you're worried about a yeast infection, drink cranberry juice and eat yogurt. It does, surprisingly, help a bit. And if you're really worried, then ask your doctor about an antifungal cream or oral medication. I'm not sure that Elocon will help loosen your foreskin. There are indeed prescription creams (link 2) that can help, but again, you'll have to see your doctor for that. See the remaining links for useful info on stretching exercises and other ways to loosen your foreskin. Answered by Joanne Pazo 3 months ago.
Cream may work but slowly.Phimosis should be cure as earlier as possible during childhood by stretching the tight foreskin with some effective tools such as Icoolda disposable phimosis dilation orthoses which most Chinese parents use now. Answered by Liane Mcluen 3 months ago.
no it will not help stretch the foreskin. you need a different topical steroid. Answered by Billie Girdley 3 months ago.
Is elocon lotion reccomended to use inside of ears?
I have a hearing problem, caused from where I worked. One Dr gave me some elocon. I do not have pssorisis but sometimes a scale may form in my ears. will it hurt my ears if the elocon goes into the ear canal
Asked by Sharyn Bustos 3 months ago.
I would not put this in my ear canals. Ask your dr. for a solution made especially for use in the ears. Answered by Sabrina Aronhalt 3 months ago.
Anyone try Elocon (mometasone topical) on Poison Ivy?
Asked by Demetria Capilla 3 months ago.
Stick with over-the-counter hydrocortisone unlesss this was given to you specifically for the poison ivy. Also, then apply calamine lotion on top of the hydrocortisone. You can also take a non-drowsy anti-histamine (like Claritin) to help with the itching, as well. Answered by Renay Clive 3 months ago.
Elocon Topical Answered by Mignon Mortier 3 months ago.