HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 074489/001.

Names and composition

"HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
074489/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%
075042/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%
075043/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.2%
075085/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.2%
075666/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017950/001 WESTCORT HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018726/001 WESTCORT HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.2% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
074489/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%
075042/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%
075043/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.2%
075085/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.2%
075666/001 HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE HYDROCORTISONE VALERATE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.2%

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Answered questions

What is hydrocortisone valerate cream used for?
Asked by Tomiko Bratt 2 months ago.

"Hydrocortisone valerate is a synthetic (man-made) corticosteroid that is used on the skin (topically). The naturally-occurring corticosteroid is cortisol or hydrocortisone produced by the adrenal gland. Corticosteroids have potent anti-inflammatory actions and also suppress the immune response... Hydrocortisone valerate is used for the relief of itching and inflammation caused by a wide variety of skin conditions (e.g., insect bites, allergic reactions and eczema )." Hope that helps, I recently had to use some hydrocortisone in order to help with a facial rash. It worked reasonably well, but I found that antihistamines worked far better. I used chemists own antihistamines called loratadine and they cleared the rash in a few days. Go to a chemist and they can recommend something specific to your symptoms. There is an online chemist for antihistamines in case you aren't able to get to a chemist in my sources. Answered by Jaquelyn Rohweder 2 months ago.

Hydrocortisone Valerate Answered by Thanh Potvin 2 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: what is hydrocortisone valerate cream used for? Answered by Janee Trivett 2 months ago.

I rub it on my nipples and dance around like a little school girl Answered by Racquel Ivaska 2 months ago.


Can anyone tell me the difference between otc Hydrocortisone and prescription Hydrocortisone Valerate?
Is VALERATE and ingredient? Is that what seperates the two?Will long term use of both or either cause any side effects in small children??My twins have eczema and these creams seem to do the best job. They are 2 yrs old now and have been using the creams for almost ALL of their lives. Some days it's... Asked by Muoi Potthast 2 months ago.

Is VALERATE and ingredient? Is that what seperates the two? Will long term use of both or either cause any side effects in small children?? My twins have eczema and these creams seem to do the best job. They are 2 yrs old now and have been using the creams for almost ALL of their lives. Some days it's just spot treatment, other days we need to use it like lotion, because they are having a "whole body" reaction. Answered by Leanne Strobridge 2 months ago.

I am 41 and I have used hydro cortisone for years almost 40. The difference is the strength OTC only is 0.1% and Westcort the brand name for hydrocortisone w/VALERATE is 0.2%. Your best bet is to talk to the pharmacist about the two medications. Also as a child, I under went UV treatment and used a special soap, as well as a special diet. Many times they will out grown it and it will mainly be spot treatment as they get older. Mine was worse in the winter. Answered by Ashlyn Enyeart 2 months ago.

The answer is quite simple. No one could tell the difference unless Mr. God popped out from the heavens and showed us all his omniscient omnipotence in person. Exegesis is so rampant amongst all those 'of religion' and everyone's interpretations are different. A man may commit adultery or have more than one goat and figure, hey, what he did isn't soooo bad; he'll still go to heaven if he prostrates himself before the Lord and promises not to ever, ever do it again. At least not until next week, when he will return to church to genuflect some more. Another man might be a homophobic ding-dong who steals shopping carts from Price-Rite and is having an affair with his first cousin. He too believes he will be forgiven - after all, only them homersexuals are really goin' ter Hell. In other words, religious people bend and twist their book and their god as they please. I want to say that this is not the case for some but reality tells us it's the same for all. There are many Christians I love here and they base their Biblical interpretations upon the goodness of God and as such are charitable, sweet, and empathic. Still - an interpretation of God's goodness or his glory is STILL an interpretation. The Bible is there for all to read. I have read it. You've read it. The God of the Bible isn't always nice & kind. He is more often bigoted and violent toward his creations. For those whose values are dependent upon Jesus' compassion there are 100 who believe God is a punishing tyrant. (Punishing all but themselves, I imagine). Either way, since God has never appeared nor left any proof of his existence (and no, looking at the pretty sky all around me is NOT proof of any sort of God-figure), all is subjective. It's Pascal's Wager all over again. If he exists, they are all rewarded. If he doesn't, well, they probably won't know it anyway once they're underground. The Christian God is one of the most popular gods around, and there were like a bazillion gods way back when. But this one is the right one. Of course. The Bible says so. And God says so in the Bible. There is ultimately no way whatsoever to know the difference in existence. At least not until the Rapture, when God comes, takes his 144,000 and leaves all the rest of us to sort it out in Hell. (((AZ))) Answered by Sol Wyre 2 months ago.


What is the best meds for poison ivy or sumac?
he is 7 i have hydrocortisone valerate Asked by Omega Hanning 2 months ago.

Calamine lotion: Calamine lotion dries the oozing and weeping of poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. Soothes the irritation of the most common skin rashes. Active Ingredient: Calamine, Zinc Oxide. Inactive ingredients: Bentonite, Magma, calcium Hydroxide, Glycerin and Purified Water. Answered by Nubia Vredenburgh 2 months ago.


My dermatologist Prescribed me Hydrocortisone Valerate for my lips?
Hi my doctor recently prescribed me Hydrocortisone Valerate ointment for my lips, cause the top of my lips are a bit browner and on the top lips it is kind of pinkish one the left side and right just not middle and it looks like i got 2 toned skin colors i wanted to know if this medication will fix the skin color Asked by Sharron Knepper 2 months ago.

The most common side effects are burning, itching, irritation and dryness at application sites. Side effects are more frequent when occlusive dressings or large quantities are applied. Applying corticosteroids to infected skin may worsen the infection. Are you instructed on the right amount that you can apply to your lips? maybe your applying a huge amount causing it to burn and hypo-pigmented. Answered by Solange Fetter 2 months ago.

Remember that Canestan is for thrush, the main ingrediant probably wouldn't harm your skin and the hydrocortisone would help, but the levels of hydrocortisone would most likely be reduced from the amount the doctor prescribed. If you're sure it's the soap that's causing the rash, try doing what I do, I buy baby wipes and use them on my face, I never use soap on my face. They work a treat. Answered by Easter Pogue 2 months ago.


Does hydrocortisone valerate cream REALLY expire?
Or will it still work to some extent or another a couple of years later? Asked by Dorine Baumberger 2 months ago.

It expires. It's still somewhat effective for at least a year or two after the date on the tube, provided it's been properly sealed. It most decreases in efficacy with time. Answered by Season Hilts 2 months ago.

Hydrocortisone Shelf Life Answered by Marco Wangerin 2 months ago.

Yes, it expires. The active ingredients become less effective and lose potency. The non-active ingredients can also break down and in some cases actually become spoiled. It probably is not necessary to throw something out on its due date, but I would use it up or replace it w/in a couple of months at the most. Answered by Francesca Andras 2 months ago.

The expiration date referrs to it's peak of performance. It will be less and less effective over time. I personally would not use anything that has expired in and on my body over 1 month. Answered by Preston Tessner 2 months ago.

yes the chemicals in it breakdown after a while and it is no longer effective. Answered by Williams Mcwhinney 2 months ago.

it makes my *** still feel good after the expiration date Answered by Rosina Gatson 2 months ago.


Has anyone ever used Hydrocortisone Valerate?
Whats is it use for and were should it not be used on the body. Asked by Gwyn Croghan 2 months ago.

The respected WebMD website explains it's uses and warnings quite well...I will put it under "Sources" at the end. Hope it helps! Answered by Johanna Vancooten 2 months ago.


Will hydrocortisone valerate cream help heel the burns on my face from using proactive?
Asked by Katina Mcglockton 2 months ago.

hun i am a doc so listen...NO hydrocortison will not cure burns it will just minimise the scar.so if u need my advice if the burns r well heald.then u have to use hidroid or heparinoid jell twice daily and avoid sun exposur as possible....so avoid steroids an take vit A in addition.u welcome Answered by Coretta Axline 2 months ago.

Hydrocortisone Burns Answered by Jenna Strowder 2 months ago.

I'm not sure that hydrocortisone will heal the burns, but you can always try aloe cream. It is usually very soothing and it keeps the burns hydrated so it makes it easier to heal. Make sure to keep it clean too. Also, if the hydrocortisone cream does not work, make sure proactive pays for a good treatment. Answered by Rivka Laky 2 months ago.

I think I might have the same problem. I once went to a dermatologist and they did a punch biopsy (basically took a skin sample) and they told me I have dermatitis. They said there is no cure and to use whatever cream works for me. This was about a year ago. Do you find that it's worse (the reddest) when you get out of the shower? cuz it is for me. I plan on goin back to a different Dermatologist to get a second opinion. For now I use Aveeno and it seems to work pretty good. Some days you can hardly see any flakey or red skin but other days no matter what I try it's very bad. Answered by Ai Siebold 2 months ago.


Empirical formula C26H38O6. what is the percent by mass of carbon in hydrocortisone valerate?
Asked by Edith Moznett 2 months ago.

Molar masses: C: 12 H: 1 O: 16 C26H38O6: 1596 26 Carbons: 312 So 19.55% Answered by Vincenzo Margot 2 months ago.

To work this out determine the mass of C26H38O6 using the periodic table.....12.01 * 26 + 1.00 * 38 + 16.00 * 6 and then determine the mass of 26 carbons: 12.01 g/mol * 26 % by mass = mass of 26 carbons/ mass of c26H38O6 * 100 I hope this helps =) Answered by Cathy Hannigan 2 months ago.


Its empirical formula is C26H38O6. What is the percent by mass of carbon in hydrocortisone valerate?
thanks for the help Asked by Allegra Nakaoka 2 months ago.

I think its 70%, not entirely sure Answered by Princess Birton 2 months ago.

% C= ((26 x12)/mw of C26H38O6)) x 100 Answered by Latia Kaneshiro 2 months ago.


Which cream has steroids in it? Urgent!?
Which of these creams has steroids in it: Ketoconazole or Hydrocortisone Valerate I just found out i have dermatitis and the doctor said to put the one without steroids on my face but i cant remember which one. Please help. Asked by Margorie Studer 2 months ago.

Hydrocortisone is the steroid - usually to treat eczema & inflammatory conditions. Ketoconazole is the non-steroid anti-fungal. You should telephone your Dr to clarify his instruction. Answered by Willie Bernieri 2 months ago.

cortisone is a steroid , so guess which one has steroids in it! Answered by Fred Stgerard 2 months ago.


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