Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011600/001.

Names and composition

"KENALOG" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011600/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.1%
011600/003 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.025%
011602/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011602/003 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.025% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
012104/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE SPRAY/TOPICAL 0.147MG per GM
083943/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.5%
083944/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.5% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
084343/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.025% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
084343/002 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011600/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.1%
011600/003 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.025%
011601/003 TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.025%
011601/006 TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.1%
011602/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011602/003 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.025% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
012041/001 KENALOG-10 TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 10MG per ML
012097/001 KENALOG IN ORABASE TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE PASTE/DENTAL 0.1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
012104/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE SPRAY/TOPICAL 0.147MG per GM
014901/001 KENALOG-40 TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018117/001 AZMACORT TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE AEROSOL, METERED/INHALATION 0.1MG per INH
019503/001 TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 3MG per ML
019798/001 NASACORT TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE AEROSOL, METERED/NASAL 0.055MG per INH
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022048/001 TRIESENCE TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE INJECTABLE/INTRAVITREAL 40MG per ML (40MG per ML)
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078104/002 TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE SPRAY, METERED/NASAL 0.055MG per SPRAY
080745/002 ARISTOCORT TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.5% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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083943/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.5%
083944/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE OINTMENT/TOPICAL 0.5% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
084343/001 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.025% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
084343/002 KENALOG TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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Answered questions

Kenalog injections??????
does anyone now of a gp in the north yorkshire area that is willing to administer kenalog injections for hayfever? Asked by Lawanna Gauld 2 years ago.

Kenalog is an allergy shot that works really well . I get it twice a year and I have no allergy problems. I would not take it more than twicw a year as it is a steroid (not anabolic) Answered by Dion Braun 2 years ago.

Kenalog? What is that Answered by Barrett Tooman 2 years ago.


Does anyone know all the side effects of kenalog?
i was wondering if anyone know's the side efects of kenalog? i was injected with kenalog back at the end of march and since then my left leg twitches. was wondering if anyone knows the full list of side effects for kenalog? Asked by Margarito Hartpence 2 years ago.

Most Reported Kenalog Side Effects 1 Heavy Postmenopausal Uterine Bleeding 2 Golf Ball Size Indention In Arm 3 Facial Rash 4 Extreme Headache, Lasting Several Days, Unable To Function And A Severly Flushed Face, For The Same Amount Of Time 5 Night Sweats 6 Anxiety 7 Dizziness, Migraines 8 Arterial Spasm To Hand Recent Kenalog Side Effect Reports CONSTANT VAGINAL BLEEDING Large atrophy in Left buttock at injection site. a Parasthesia, myalgia, fatigue. Tingling in finger Severe atrophy at injection sites..loss of muscle anxiety, headache, dizziness, shakiness Answered by Thelma Mohabir 2 years ago.


Kenalog injection on hypertrophic scar— how long to take effect?
I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic... Asked by Hilda Logrono 2 years ago.

I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic difference within a day— although I cannot remember what the name of the drug was or which type of steroid, and I was put under a "twilight" anesthesia for it since the scar was still fresh. Anyway, I had my second surgery seven months ago, and went to my dermatologist on Tuesday to see what I could do about the scar, because it's still very raised, a bit sore and itchy, and very dark in color. She gave me kenalog injections then and there, and scheduled me to come back 5 weeks from now for a check up and possible other round of injections. The scar is very thick on my upper neck, and almost looks like a keloid, and is moderately thick the rest of the way down. She said she used a high dosage when injecting the upper part of the scar because she thought it was too thick for a light dosage to even do much. So, a couple days later after the injections, I haven't noticed anything dramatically different, and was wondering the timeline of what I should expect; when will the kenalog start to take full effect on the scar? How long until I should start to see a difference in it? I know that kenalog breaks down the tissue, but I'm just curious because it seems like when I had injections done the first time, the results were really rapid (rather surprising). Answered by Hui Wrighten 2 years ago.

Kenalog (Triamcinolone acetonide) does not bring dramatic effect once a scar is formed. A series of kenalog injection is required to reduce the keloid (scar tissue) size to some extent, however the entire scar tissue usually do not disappear. So be patient. Answered by Jeraldine Drexler 2 years ago.

Natural Scar Removal Method Answered by Rubye Scanlon 2 years ago.


Can I have a Kenalog injection for hayfever if pregnant?
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance?I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none... Asked by Tatum Schroder 2 years ago.

I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance? I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none has any affect on my hayfever what so ever...I am dreading the summer...being heavily pregnant and having to endure hayfever too! Any advice please! Answered by Sigrid Vadenais 2 years ago.

Kenalog is pregnancy category C, meaning that it can cause harm to an unborn baby. I wouldn't chance it. Answered by Jesus Cleaveland 2 years ago.

Kenalog Hay Fever Injection Answered by Nana Ducci 2 years ago.


Is it safe to have kenalog injections for a epileptic person?
i am a epileptic and was wondering if having kenalog injections are safe or not? Asked by Lura Rattu 2 years ago.

kenalog precautions: chemotherapy diabetes glaucoma cataracts immune disorder pregnant breastfeeding allergy Answered by Tiffani Preisner 2 years ago.

I had a epidural injection of Kenalog ( triamcinolone acetonide) five month after I had it Bristol Myers changed the leaflet to not recommended for epidural use. No steroid has ever been approved for epidural usage doctors use it off the label.The main component of kenalog triamcinolone acetonide is NOT FOR INTRAVENOUS, INTRAMUSCULAR, INTRAOCULAR, EPIDURAL, OR INTRATHECAL USE. The preservatives benzyl alcohol, polysorbate 80 are known to be neurotoxic. Neurotoxins can effect the central nervous system. These toxic poisons destroyed my health and my life Answered by Dodie Goshen 2 years ago.


So why does receiving Kenalog shots in the arm deteriorate the tissue the way it does?
I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in... Asked by Paola Hagenbuch 2 years ago.

I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in your arm but why does this happen??? Answered by Madonna Coffield 2 years ago.

Kenalog is a catabolic steroids and too much of it can lead to atrophy of muscles, bones, etc. Answered by Dorris Yacono 2 years ago.


If I had a Kenalog injection today for my allergies can I still get a Cortisone injection tomorrow in my knee?
Asked by Sonja Deck 2 years ago.

Professionals do inject the nerve in the knees with a nerve block whether it is as robust as a spinal nerve block, which i've had, it must help to alleviate one of the pain for very likely up to a year. When I had my final nerve block half of of the folks in for an injection had there knee injected, so it have to be potent. A steroid or the more recent Botox injection which can helps relieve arthritis within the knee may just good negate the necessity for surgical procedure. Has your companion tried a combined drug remedy or utilising an epilepsy drug like Gabapentin which can aid with nerve discomfort. Get a second opinion and push for a knee injection first and see if there may be so much development. Considered one of my mates had operations on each knee caps, he used to be almost crippled before the ops, within six months he was going for walks excellent with none problems. I have never heard of any complications with brand new knee surgery, recovery time may also be very speedy, about a month. If suffering instead than arthritis is the major drawback a health facility pain health center can prescribe a lot more advantageous medicines than a GP, particularly lengthy appearing drugs or 7 day patches like Butrans for regular affliction remedy. Fine wants Andy Answered by Jamie Disponette 2 years ago.

I'm not familiar with Kenalog but familiar with cortisone injections. I would talk with a pharmacist or the doc who gave you the Kenalog injection if you CAN get the corto shot tomorrow. Hopefully, you can get an answer before going to that appointment. Answered by Janette Pascoe 2 years ago.

Try Cordaid cream relieves itching and it if is on your hands put some on your hands and then wear latex gloves it heals them so fast. sorry for your allergies. (((misssM))) Answered by Lakenya Heckman 2 years ago.

Ask your doc., sounds like your a mess. Answered by Latonya Fewless 2 years ago.


What is the most natural way to heal eczema. Does any one know about kenalog cream and does it work good?
Asked by Claretha Bluming 2 years ago.

Be careful about kenalog cream and use only as directed. Using it too often or too much can cause atrophy and thinning of the skin. Do not use on the face unless directed by a doctor. There has been found a connection between food allergies and eczema. I have included some web links below that might help you. Answered by Sacha Keena 2 years ago.

I don't know of any natural medicines for eczema, but when i had it i was prescribed Triamcinolon Cream and it seamed to work pretty well. As for natural cures I don't know if aloe will do anything, but it is good for other skin conditions and sunburn. If you live near a china town you could see a Chinese doctor and see if he has a special tea or medicine to treat Eczema. Those doctors in Chinatown really know their stuff and what they have is far better than American medicine. Good luck. Answered by Cassey Baynham 2 years 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 Jeraldine Pahk 2 years ago.

I use midi honey for exzema its all natural antibactirial no purfumes or chemicals it also works for dermatitis and psoriasis it works wonders and stops the itch you can get it from most chemists without perscription for about 10/15 dollars its a small tube but you dont use much so it lasts ages give it a go Answered by Winfred Valadao 2 years ago.

vitamin e or joba jobaoil Answered by Evie Packer 2 years ago.


Do kenalog injections work on old keloids. Also has anyone ever heard of or used cimeosil for their keloids?
My keloid is 15 years old, I know surgery will probably make it come back even bigger. Asked by Beverley Keil 2 years ago.

Injecting the keloid with a steroid like "Kenalog" may help a bit. A good plastic surgeon may be able to cut it out (revision) and then sew it very carefully and put some medicines in it to avoid keloid scarring. Good luck Answered by Verlene Laubscher 2 years ago.

i had a huge keloid after having knee surgery a couple years back. my therapist simply used a massage oil and deeply massaged the keloid. it's still there, but a lot less raised. Answered by Temeka Avilez 2 years ago.

Did you ever have chemotherapy in your 15 years?. This would darken the skin area - e-oil and pure shea butter can even out the skin tones for discoloration over time. Each person is different after a surgery and should consider professional guidance in your personal decision to be cut again. Answered by Brain Mcclennan 2 years ago.


Kenalog injections??????
does anyone now of a gp in the north yorkshire area that is willing to administer kenalog injections for hayfever? Asked by Beaulah Shiplet 2 years ago.

Kenalog is an allergy shot that works really well . I get it twice a year and I have no allergy problems. I would not take it more than twicw a year as it is a steroid (not anabolic) Answered by Lacy Badie 2 years ago.

Kenalog? What is that Answered by Del Esquerre 2 years ago.


Does anyone know all the side effects of kenalog?
i was wondering if anyone know's the side efects of kenalog? i was injected with kenalog back at the end of march and since then my left leg twitches. was wondering if anyone knows the full list of side effects for kenalog? Asked by Rheba Ehrler 2 years ago.

Most Reported Kenalog Side Effects 1 Heavy Postmenopausal Uterine Bleeding 2 Golf Ball Size Indention In Arm 3 Facial Rash 4 Extreme Headache, Lasting Several Days, Unable To Function And A Severly Flushed Face, For The Same Amount Of Time 5 Night Sweats 6 Anxiety 7 Dizziness, Migraines 8 Arterial Spasm To Hand Recent Kenalog Side Effect Reports CONSTANT VAGINAL BLEEDING Large atrophy in Left buttock at injection site. a Parasthesia, myalgia, fatigue. Tingling in finger Severe atrophy at injection sites..loss of muscle anxiety, headache, dizziness, shakiness Answered by Francesco Nocera 2 years ago.


Kenalog injection on hypertrophic scar— how long to take effect?
I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic... Asked by Kandi Payant 2 years ago.

I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic difference within a day— although I cannot remember what the name of the drug was or which type of steroid, and I was put under a "twilight" anesthesia for it since the scar was still fresh. Anyway, I had my second surgery seven months ago, and went to my dermatologist on Tuesday to see what I could do about the scar, because it's still very raised, a bit sore and itchy, and very dark in color. She gave me kenalog injections then and there, and scheduled me to come back 5 weeks from now for a check up and possible other round of injections. The scar is very thick on my upper neck, and almost looks like a keloid, and is moderately thick the rest of the way down. She said she used a high dosage when injecting the upper part of the scar because she thought it was too thick for a light dosage to even do much. So, a couple days later after the injections, I haven't noticed anything dramatically different, and was wondering the timeline of what I should expect; when will the kenalog start to take full effect on the scar? How long until I should start to see a difference in it? I know that kenalog breaks down the tissue, but I'm just curious because it seems like when I had injections done the first time, the results were really rapid (rather surprising). Answered by Anglea Feliciano 2 years ago.

Kenalog (Triamcinolone acetonide) does not bring dramatic effect once a scar is formed. A series of kenalog injection is required to reduce the keloid (scar tissue) size to some extent, however the entire scar tissue usually do not disappear. So be patient. Answered by Sherlene Lipkind 2 years ago.

Natural Scar Removal Method Answered by Jaye Lunderville 2 years ago.


Can I have a Kenalog injection for hayfever if pregnant?
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance?I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none... Asked by Kendall Olquin 2 years ago.

I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance? I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none has any affect on my hayfever what so ever...I am dreading the summer...being heavily pregnant and having to endure hayfever too! Any advice please! Answered by Taina Simler 2 years ago.

Kenalog is pregnancy category C, meaning that it can cause harm to an unborn baby. I wouldn't chance it. Answered by Denice Grosshans 2 years ago.

Kenalog Hay Fever Injection Answered by Candy Mcclarin 2 years ago.


Is it safe to have kenalog injections for a epileptic person?
i am a epileptic and was wondering if having kenalog injections are safe or not? Asked by Ghislaine Sheldrick 2 years ago.

kenalog precautions: chemotherapy diabetes glaucoma cataracts immune disorder pregnant breastfeeding allergy Answered by Patricia Yellock 2 years ago.

I had a epidural injection of Kenalog ( triamcinolone acetonide) five month after I had it Bristol Myers changed the leaflet to not recommended for epidural use. No steroid has ever been approved for epidural usage doctors use it off the label.The main component of kenalog triamcinolone acetonide is NOT FOR INTRAVENOUS, INTRAMUSCULAR, INTRAOCULAR, EPIDURAL, OR INTRATHECAL USE. The preservatives benzyl alcohol, polysorbate 80 are known to be neurotoxic. Neurotoxins can effect the central nervous system. These toxic poisons destroyed my health and my life Answered by Ileana Ryun 2 years ago.


So why does receiving Kenalog shots in the arm deteriorate the tissue the way it does?
I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in... Asked by Korey Mcdunn 2 years ago.

I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in your arm but why does this happen??? Answered by Nana Paparo 2 years ago.

Kenalog is a catabolic steroids and too much of it can lead to atrophy of muscles, bones, etc. Answered by Lala Braaten 2 years ago.


If I had a Kenalog injection today for my allergies can I still get a Cortisone injection tomorrow in my knee?
Asked by Oralia Bissett 2 years ago.

Professionals do inject the nerve in the knees with a nerve block whether it is as robust as a spinal nerve block, which i've had, it must help to alleviate one of the pain for very likely up to a year. When I had my final nerve block half of of the folks in for an injection had there knee injected, so it have to be potent. A steroid or the more recent Botox injection which can helps relieve arthritis within the knee may just good negate the necessity for surgical procedure. Has your companion tried a combined drug remedy or utilising an epilepsy drug like Gabapentin which can aid with nerve discomfort. Get a second opinion and push for a knee injection first and see if there may be so much development. Considered one of my mates had operations on each knee caps, he used to be almost crippled before the ops, within six months he was going for walks excellent with none problems. I have never heard of any complications with brand new knee surgery, recovery time may also be very speedy, about a month. If suffering instead than arthritis is the major drawback a health facility pain health center can prescribe a lot more advantageous medicines than a GP, particularly lengthy appearing drugs or 7 day patches like Butrans for regular affliction remedy. Fine wants Andy Answered by Madie Kommer 2 years ago.

I'm not familiar with Kenalog but familiar with cortisone injections. I would talk with a pharmacist or the doc who gave you the Kenalog injection if you CAN get the corto shot tomorrow. Hopefully, you can get an answer before going to that appointment. Answered by Refugia Pollak 2 years ago.

Try Cordaid cream relieves itching and it if is on your hands put some on your hands and then wear latex gloves it heals them so fast. sorry for your allergies. (((misssM))) Answered by Willa Sippial 2 years ago.

Ask your doc., sounds like your a mess. Answered by Jin Giron 2 years ago.


What is the most natural way to heal eczema. Does any one know about kenalog cream and does it work good?
Asked by Bree Crowden 2 years ago.

Be careful about kenalog cream and use only as directed. Using it too often or too much can cause atrophy and thinning of the skin. Do not use on the face unless directed by a doctor. There has been found a connection between food allergies and eczema. I have included some web links below that might help you. Answered by Mercedez Koepsel 2 years ago.

I don't know of any natural medicines for eczema, but when i had it i was prescribed Triamcinolon Cream and it seamed to work pretty well. As for natural cures I don't know if aloe will do anything, but it is good for other skin conditions and sunburn. If you live near a china town you could see a Chinese doctor and see if he has a special tea or medicine to treat Eczema. Those doctors in Chinatown really know their stuff and what they have is far better than American medicine. Good luck. Answered by Shirley Siebe 2 years 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 Garret Lisowski 2 years ago.

I use midi honey for exzema its all natural antibactirial no purfumes or chemicals it also works for dermatitis and psoriasis it works wonders and stops the itch you can get it from most chemists without perscription for about 10/15 dollars its a small tube but you dont use much so it lasts ages give it a go Answered by Gary Beede 2 years ago.

vitamin e or joba jobaoil Answered by Stephanie Mccathern 2 years ago.


Do kenalog injections work on old keloids. Also has anyone ever heard of or used cimeosil for their keloids?
My keloid is 15 years old, I know surgery will probably make it come back even bigger. Asked by Cleo Caccamise 2 years ago.

Injecting the keloid with a steroid like "Kenalog" may help a bit. A good plastic surgeon may be able to cut it out (revision) and then sew it very carefully and put some medicines in it to avoid keloid scarring. Good luck Answered by Charmain Wichert 2 years ago.

i had a huge keloid after having knee surgery a couple years back. my therapist simply used a massage oil and deeply massaged the keloid. it's still there, but a lot less raised. Answered by Leigh Vogl 2 years ago.

Did you ever have chemotherapy in your 15 years?. This would darken the skin area - e-oil and pure shea butter can even out the skin tones for discoloration over time. Each person is different after a surgery and should consider professional guidance in your personal decision to be cut again. Answered by Lashanda Hertenstein 2 years ago.


Kenalog injections??????
does anyone now of a gp in the north yorkshire area that is willing to administer kenalog injections for hayfever? Asked by Elias Ailor 2 years ago.

Kenalog is an allergy shot that works really well . I get it twice a year and I have no allergy problems. I would not take it more than twicw a year as it is a steroid (not anabolic) Answered by Sharla Mure 2 years ago.

Kenalog? What is that Answered by Nicki Chieves 2 years ago.


Does anyone know all the side effects of kenalog?
i was wondering if anyone know's the side efects of kenalog? i was injected with kenalog back at the end of march and since then my left leg twitches. was wondering if anyone knows the full list of side effects for kenalog? Asked by Merri Dopazo 2 years ago.

Most Reported Kenalog Side Effects 1 Heavy Postmenopausal Uterine Bleeding 2 Golf Ball Size Indention In Arm 3 Facial Rash 4 Extreme Headache, Lasting Several Days, Unable To Function And A Severly Flushed Face, For The Same Amount Of Time 5 Night Sweats 6 Anxiety 7 Dizziness, Migraines 8 Arterial Spasm To Hand Recent Kenalog Side Effect Reports CONSTANT VAGINAL BLEEDING Large atrophy in Left buttock at injection site. a Parasthesia, myalgia, fatigue. Tingling in finger Severe atrophy at injection sites..loss of muscle anxiety, headache, dizziness, shakiness Answered by Conrad Gardy 2 years ago.


Kenalog injection on hypertrophic scar— how long to take effect?
I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic... Asked by Bernardina Roblodowski 2 years ago.

I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic difference within a day— although I cannot remember what the name of the drug was or which type of steroid, and I was put under a "twilight" anesthesia for it since the scar was still fresh. Anyway, I had my second surgery seven months ago, and went to my dermatologist on Tuesday to see what I could do about the scar, because it's still very raised, a bit sore and itchy, and very dark in color. She gave me kenalog injections then and there, and scheduled me to come back 5 weeks from now for a check up and possible other round of injections. The scar is very thick on my upper neck, and almost looks like a keloid, and is moderately thick the rest of the way down. She said she used a high dosage when injecting the upper part of the scar because she thought it was too thick for a light dosage to even do much. So, a couple days later after the injections, I haven't noticed anything dramatically different, and was wondering the timeline of what I should expect; when will the kenalog start to take full effect on the scar? How long until I should start to see a difference in it? I know that kenalog breaks down the tissue, but I'm just curious because it seems like when I had injections done the first time, the results were really rapid (rather surprising). Answered by Tequila Scuderi 2 years ago.

Kenalog (Triamcinolone acetonide) does not bring dramatic effect once a scar is formed. A series of kenalog injection is required to reduce the keloid (scar tissue) size to some extent, however the entire scar tissue usually do not disappear. So be patient. Answered by Inger Fetzer 2 years ago.

Natural Scar Removal Method Answered by Trenton Crail 2 years ago.


Can I have a Kenalog injection for hayfever if pregnant?
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance?I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none... Asked by Nam Swanson 2 years ago.

I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance? I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none has any affect on my hayfever what so ever...I am dreading the summer...being heavily pregnant and having to endure hayfever too! Any advice please! Answered by Daina Ayalla 2 years ago.

Kenalog is pregnancy category C, meaning that it can cause harm to an unborn baby. I wouldn't chance it. Answered by Helena Talahytewa 2 years ago.

Kenalog Hay Fever Injection Answered by Bernie Mesko 2 years ago.


Is it safe to have kenalog injections for a epileptic person?
i am a epileptic and was wondering if having kenalog injections are safe or not? Asked by Dwana Nimrod 2 years ago.

kenalog precautions: chemotherapy diabetes glaucoma cataracts immune disorder pregnant breastfeeding allergy Answered by Daniele Beigert 2 years ago.

I had a epidural injection of Kenalog ( triamcinolone acetonide) five month after I had it Bristol Myers changed the leaflet to not recommended for epidural use. No steroid has ever been approved for epidural usage doctors use it off the label.The main component of kenalog triamcinolone acetonide is NOT FOR INTRAVENOUS, INTRAMUSCULAR, INTRAOCULAR, EPIDURAL, OR INTRATHECAL USE. The preservatives benzyl alcohol, polysorbate 80 are known to be neurotoxic. Neurotoxins can effect the central nervous system. These toxic poisons destroyed my health and my life Answered by Domonique Redinbo 2 years ago.


So why does receiving Kenalog shots in the arm deteriorate the tissue the way it does?
I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in... Asked by Lorene Bence 2 years ago.

I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in your arm but why does this happen??? Answered by Elizabeth Baiotto 2 years ago.

Kenalog is a catabolic steroids and too much of it can lead to atrophy of muscles, bones, etc. Answered by Colette Wolcott 2 years ago.


If I had a Kenalog injection today for my allergies can I still get a Cortisone injection tomorrow in my knee?
Asked by Buena Nee 2 years ago.

Professionals do inject the nerve in the knees with a nerve block whether it is as robust as a spinal nerve block, which i've had, it must help to alleviate one of the pain for very likely up to a year. When I had my final nerve block half of of the folks in for an injection had there knee injected, so it have to be potent. A steroid or the more recent Botox injection which can helps relieve arthritis within the knee may just good negate the necessity for surgical procedure. Has your companion tried a combined drug remedy or utilising an epilepsy drug like Gabapentin which can aid with nerve discomfort. Get a second opinion and push for a knee injection first and see if there may be so much development. Considered one of my mates had operations on each knee caps, he used to be almost crippled before the ops, within six months he was going for walks excellent with none problems. I have never heard of any complications with brand new knee surgery, recovery time may also be very speedy, about a month. If suffering instead than arthritis is the major drawback a health facility pain health center can prescribe a lot more advantageous medicines than a GP, particularly lengthy appearing drugs or 7 day patches like Butrans for regular affliction remedy. Fine wants Andy Answered by Jacque Emms 2 years ago.

I'm not familiar with Kenalog but familiar with cortisone injections. I would talk with a pharmacist or the doc who gave you the Kenalog injection if you CAN get the corto shot tomorrow. Hopefully, you can get an answer before going to that appointment. Answered by Lani Nesset 2 years ago.

Try Cordaid cream relieves itching and it if is on your hands put some on your hands and then wear latex gloves it heals them so fast. sorry for your allergies. (((misssM))) Answered by Elvia Rakestraw 2 years ago.

Ask your doc., sounds like your a mess. Answered by Cyndi Jasko 2 years ago.


What is the most natural way to heal eczema. Does any one know about kenalog cream and does it work good?
Asked by Ta Mickolick 2 years ago.

Be careful about kenalog cream and use only as directed. Using it too often or too much can cause atrophy and thinning of the skin. Do not use on the face unless directed by a doctor. There has been found a connection between food allergies and eczema. I have included some web links below that might help you. Answered by Gerry Tanabe 2 years ago.

I don't know of any natural medicines for eczema, but when i had it i was prescribed Triamcinolon Cream and it seamed to work pretty well. As for natural cures I don't know if aloe will do anything, but it is good for other skin conditions and sunburn. If you live near a china town you could see a Chinese doctor and see if he has a special tea or medicine to treat Eczema. Those doctors in Chinatown really know their stuff and what they have is far better than American medicine. Good luck. Answered by Sam Cartright 2 years 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 Beverly Imeson 2 years ago.

I use midi honey for exzema its all natural antibactirial no purfumes or chemicals it also works for dermatitis and psoriasis it works wonders and stops the itch you can get it from most chemists without perscription for about 10/15 dollars its a small tube but you dont use much so it lasts ages give it a go Answered by Mary Milelr 2 years ago.

vitamin e or joba jobaoil Answered by Ines Culwell 2 years ago.


Do kenalog injections work on old keloids. Also has anyone ever heard of or used cimeosil for their keloids?
My keloid is 15 years old, I know surgery will probably make it come back even bigger. Asked by Paige Redwine 2 years ago.

Injecting the keloid with a steroid like "Kenalog" may help a bit. A good plastic surgeon may be able to cut it out (revision) and then sew it very carefully and put some medicines in it to avoid keloid scarring. Good luck Answered by Jared Cantone 2 years ago.

i had a huge keloid after having knee surgery a couple years back. my therapist simply used a massage oil and deeply massaged the keloid. it's still there, but a lot less raised. Answered by Shane Inches 2 years ago.

Did you ever have chemotherapy in your 15 years?. This would darken the skin area - e-oil and pure shea butter can even out the skin tones for discoloration over time. Each person is different after a surgery and should consider professional guidance in your personal decision to be cut again. Answered by Sheena Morkve 2 years ago.


Kenalog injections??????
does anyone now of a gp in the north yorkshire area that is willing to administer kenalog injections for hayfever? Asked by Serafina Vidler 2 years ago.

Kenalog is an allergy shot that works really well . I get it twice a year and I have no allergy problems. I would not take it more than twicw a year as it is a steroid (not anabolic) Answered by Ayesha Nuzzi 2 years ago.

Kenalog? What is that Answered by Janita Barbur 2 years ago.


Does anyone know all the side effects of kenalog?
i was wondering if anyone know's the side efects of kenalog? i was injected with kenalog back at the end of march and since then my left leg twitches. was wondering if anyone knows the full list of side effects for kenalog? Asked by Sam Darley 2 years ago.

Most Reported Kenalog Side Effects 1 Heavy Postmenopausal Uterine Bleeding 2 Golf Ball Size Indention In Arm 3 Facial Rash 4 Extreme Headache, Lasting Several Days, Unable To Function And A Severly Flushed Face, For The Same Amount Of Time 5 Night Sweats 6 Anxiety 7 Dizziness, Migraines 8 Arterial Spasm To Hand Recent Kenalog Side Effect Reports CONSTANT VAGINAL BLEEDING Large atrophy in Left buttock at injection site. a Parasthesia, myalgia, fatigue. Tingling in finger Severe atrophy at injection sites..loss of muscle anxiety, headache, dizziness, shakiness Answered by Kerri Haden 2 years ago.


Kenalog injection on hypertrophic scar— how long to take effect?
I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic... Asked by Jayson Straw 2 years ago.

I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic difference within a day— although I cannot remember what the name of the drug was or which type of steroid, and I was put under a "twilight" anesthesia for it since the scar was still fresh. Anyway, I had my second surgery seven months ago, and went to my dermatologist on Tuesday to see what I could do about the scar, because it's still very raised, a bit sore and itchy, and very dark in color. She gave me kenalog injections then and there, and scheduled me to come back 5 weeks from now for a check up and possible other round of injections. The scar is very thick on my upper neck, and almost looks like a keloid, and is moderately thick the rest of the way down. She said she used a high dosage when injecting the upper part of the scar because she thought it was too thick for a light dosage to even do much. So, a couple days later after the injections, I haven't noticed anything dramatically different, and was wondering the timeline of what I should expect; when will the kenalog start to take full effect on the scar? How long until I should start to see a difference in it? I know that kenalog breaks down the tissue, but I'm just curious because it seems like when I had injections done the first time, the results were really rapid (rather surprising). Answered by Sherrill Baumgart 2 years ago.

Kenalog (Triamcinolone acetonide) does not bring dramatic effect once a scar is formed. A series of kenalog injection is required to reduce the keloid (scar tissue) size to some extent, however the entire scar tissue usually do not disappear. So be patient. Answered by Freddie Schubach 2 years ago.

Natural Scar Removal Method Answered by Jennine Kuns 2 years ago.


Can I have a Kenalog injection for hayfever if pregnant?
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance?I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none... Asked by Marge Topal 2 years ago.

I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance? I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none has any affect on my hayfever what so ever...I am dreading the summer...being heavily pregnant and having to endure hayfever too! Any advice please! Answered by Lenore Matthey 2 years ago.

Kenalog is pregnancy category C, meaning that it can cause harm to an unborn baby. I wouldn't chance it. Answered by Byron Nooney 2 years ago.

Kenalog Hay Fever Injection Answered by Elisa Berretti 2 years ago.


Is it safe to have kenalog injections for a epileptic person?
i am a epileptic and was wondering if having kenalog injections are safe or not? Asked by Cruz Bontemps 2 years ago.

kenalog precautions: chemotherapy diabetes glaucoma cataracts immune disorder pregnant breastfeeding allergy Answered by Lorelei Houlihan 2 years ago.

I had a epidural injection of Kenalog ( triamcinolone acetonide) five month after I had it Bristol Myers changed the leaflet to not recommended for epidural use. No steroid has ever been approved for epidural usage doctors use it off the label.The main component of kenalog triamcinolone acetonide is NOT FOR INTRAVENOUS, INTRAMUSCULAR, INTRAOCULAR, EPIDURAL, OR INTRATHECAL USE. The preservatives benzyl alcohol, polysorbate 80 are known to be neurotoxic. Neurotoxins can effect the central nervous system. These toxic poisons destroyed my health and my life Answered by Michelle Divine 2 years ago.


So why does receiving Kenalog shots in the arm deteriorate the tissue the way it does?
I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in... Asked by Cherise Fitcheard 2 years ago.

I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in your arm but why does this happen??? Answered by Freddy Innerst 2 years ago.

Kenalog is a catabolic steroids and too much of it can lead to atrophy of muscles, bones, etc. Answered by Dan Stohrer 2 years ago.


If I had a Kenalog injection today for my allergies can I still get a Cortisone injection tomorrow in my knee?
Asked by Jesus Klages 2 years ago.

Professionals do inject the nerve in the knees with a nerve block whether it is as robust as a spinal nerve block, which i've had, it must help to alleviate one of the pain for very likely up to a year. When I had my final nerve block half of of the folks in for an injection had there knee injected, so it have to be potent. A steroid or the more recent Botox injection which can helps relieve arthritis within the knee may just good negate the necessity for surgical procedure. Has your companion tried a combined drug remedy or utilising an epilepsy drug like Gabapentin which can aid with nerve discomfort. Get a second opinion and push for a knee injection first and see if there may be so much development. Considered one of my mates had operations on each knee caps, he used to be almost crippled before the ops, within six months he was going for walks excellent with none problems. I have never heard of any complications with brand new knee surgery, recovery time may also be very speedy, about a month. If suffering instead than arthritis is the major drawback a health facility pain health center can prescribe a lot more advantageous medicines than a GP, particularly lengthy appearing drugs or 7 day patches like Butrans for regular affliction remedy. Fine wants Andy Answered by Alexander Standford 2 years ago.

I'm not familiar with Kenalog but familiar with cortisone injections. I would talk with a pharmacist or the doc who gave you the Kenalog injection if you CAN get the corto shot tomorrow. Hopefully, you can get an answer before going to that appointment. Answered by Stefany Wigle 2 years ago.

Try Cordaid cream relieves itching and it if is on your hands put some on your hands and then wear latex gloves it heals them so fast. sorry for your allergies. (((misssM))) Answered by Ian Duggan 2 years ago.

Ask your doc., sounds like your a mess. Answered by Valeria Swineford 2 years ago.


What is the most natural way to heal eczema. Does any one know about kenalog cream and does it work good?
Asked by Ashlea Bassler 2 years ago.

Be careful about kenalog cream and use only as directed. Using it too often or too much can cause atrophy and thinning of the skin. Do not use on the face unless directed by a doctor. There has been found a connection between food allergies and eczema. I have included some web links below that might help you. Answered by Eugenia Cassatt 2 years ago.

I don't know of any natural medicines for eczema, but when i had it i was prescribed Triamcinolon Cream and it seamed to work pretty well. As for natural cures I don't know if aloe will do anything, but it is good for other skin conditions and sunburn. If you live near a china town you could see a Chinese doctor and see if he has a special tea or medicine to treat Eczema. Those doctors in Chinatown really know their stuff and what they have is far better than American medicine. Good luck. Answered by Haley Goodier 2 years 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 Karine Panetta 2 years ago.

I use midi honey for exzema its all natural antibactirial no purfumes or chemicals it also works for dermatitis and psoriasis it works wonders and stops the itch you can get it from most chemists without perscription for about 10/15 dollars its a small tube but you dont use much so it lasts ages give it a go Answered by Iola Swafford 2 years ago.

vitamin e or joba jobaoil Answered by Roni Auala 2 years ago.


Do kenalog injections work on old keloids. Also has anyone ever heard of or used cimeosil for their keloids?
My keloid is 15 years old, I know surgery will probably make it come back even bigger. Asked by Ivan Prys 2 years ago.

Injecting the keloid with a steroid like "Kenalog" may help a bit. A good plastic surgeon may be able to cut it out (revision) and then sew it very carefully and put some medicines in it to avoid keloid scarring. Good luck Answered by Tawnya Varnedoe 2 years ago.

i had a huge keloid after having knee surgery a couple years back. my therapist simply used a massage oil and deeply massaged the keloid. it's still there, but a lot less raised. Answered by Hyun Gelsinger 2 years ago.

Did you ever have chemotherapy in your 15 years?. This would darken the skin area - e-oil and pure shea butter can even out the skin tones for discoloration over time. Each person is different after a surgery and should consider professional guidance in your personal decision to be cut again. Answered by Un Evenson 2 years ago.


Kenalog injections??????
does anyone now of a gp in the north yorkshire area that is willing to administer kenalog injections for hayfever? Asked by Janean Schardein 2 years ago.

Kenalog is an allergy shot that works really well . I get it twice a year and I have no allergy problems. I would not take it more than twicw a year as it is a steroid (not anabolic) Answered by Tabatha Frees 2 years ago.

Kenalog? What is that Answered by Domenic Schlicht 2 years ago.


Does anyone know all the side effects of kenalog?
i was wondering if anyone know's the side efects of kenalog? i was injected with kenalog back at the end of march and since then my left leg twitches. was wondering if anyone knows the full list of side effects for kenalog? Asked by Cathy Hornberg 2 years ago.

Most Reported Kenalog Side Effects 1 Heavy Postmenopausal Uterine Bleeding 2 Golf Ball Size Indention In Arm 3 Facial Rash 4 Extreme Headache, Lasting Several Days, Unable To Function And A Severly Flushed Face, For The Same Amount Of Time 5 Night Sweats 6 Anxiety 7 Dizziness, Migraines 8 Arterial Spasm To Hand Recent Kenalog Side Effect Reports CONSTANT VAGINAL BLEEDING Large atrophy in Left buttock at injection site. a Parasthesia, myalgia, fatigue. Tingling in finger Severe atrophy at injection sites..loss of muscle anxiety, headache, dizziness, shakiness Answered by Lyman Maniar 2 years ago.


Kenalog injection on hypertrophic scar— how long to take effect?
I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic... Asked by Rosio Tousley 2 years ago.

I had thyroid cancer and have had two surgeries to date to remove my thyroid and other cancerous tissue/lymph nodes, and thus have a scar on my right lateral neck, running down to the middle of my neck and on my chest area. After my first surgery, I had injections done on the scar once, and I noticed a dramatic difference within a day— although I cannot remember what the name of the drug was or which type of steroid, and I was put under a "twilight" anesthesia for it since the scar was still fresh. Anyway, I had my second surgery seven months ago, and went to my dermatologist on Tuesday to see what I could do about the scar, because it's still very raised, a bit sore and itchy, and very dark in color. She gave me kenalog injections then and there, and scheduled me to come back 5 weeks from now for a check up and possible other round of injections. The scar is very thick on my upper neck, and almost looks like a keloid, and is moderately thick the rest of the way down. She said she used a high dosage when injecting the upper part of the scar because she thought it was too thick for a light dosage to even do much. So, a couple days later after the injections, I haven't noticed anything dramatically different, and was wondering the timeline of what I should expect; when will the kenalog start to take full effect on the scar? How long until I should start to see a difference in it? I know that kenalog breaks down the tissue, but I'm just curious because it seems like when I had injections done the first time, the results were really rapid (rather surprising). Answered by Lorretta Digness 2 years ago.

Kenalog (Triamcinolone acetonide) does not bring dramatic effect once a scar is formed. A series of kenalog injection is required to reduce the keloid (scar tissue) size to some extent, however the entire scar tissue usually do not disappear. So be patient. Answered by Kaycee Morganson 2 years ago.

Natural Scar Removal Method Answered by Madlyn Allstott 2 years ago.


Can I have a Kenalog injection for hayfever if pregnant?
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance?I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none... Asked by Lenny Va 2 years ago.

I'm 28 weeks pregnant and my hayfever has just started to rear its ugly head! I normally only get relief from hayfever if my doctor gives me a Kenalog injection...it's a steroid. Can I still have this injection given my current circumstance? I have tried all the medicine available over the years and none has any affect on my hayfever what so ever...I am dreading the summer...being heavily pregnant and having to endure hayfever too! Any advice please! Answered by Charita Hameister 2 years ago.

Kenalog is pregnancy category C, meaning that it can cause harm to an unborn baby. I wouldn't chance it. Answered by Bethany Elie 2 years ago.

Kenalog Hay Fever Injection Answered by Candice Lastufka 2 years ago.


Is it safe to have kenalog injections for a epileptic person?
i am a epileptic and was wondering if having kenalog injections are safe or not? Asked by Ellie Emling 2 years ago.

kenalog precautions: chemotherapy diabetes glaucoma cataracts immune disorder pregnant breastfeeding allergy Answered by Elia Loadholt 2 years ago.

I had a epidural injection of Kenalog ( triamcinolone acetonide) five month after I had it Bristol Myers changed the leaflet to not recommended for epidural use. No steroid has ever been approved for epidural usage doctors use it off the label.The main component of kenalog triamcinolone acetonide is NOT FOR INTRAVENOUS, INTRAMUSCULAR, INTRAOCULAR, EPIDURAL, OR INTRATHECAL USE. The preservatives benzyl alcohol, polysorbate 80 are known to be neurotoxic. Neurotoxins can effect the central nervous system. These toxic poisons destroyed my health and my life Answered by Cyril Palomar 2 years ago.


So why does receiving Kenalog shots in the arm deteriorate the tissue the way it does?
I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in... Asked by Domonique Coster 2 years ago.

I recently saw a person I had known from years back and it looked as though a horse had taken a chunk out of their arm, everything, muscle, fat it was all gone. Why does this happen when a Kenalog shot is delivered to the arm??? She said that it was administered wrong and I've heard they aren't supposed to go in your arm but why does this happen??? Answered by Clementine Roser 2 years ago.

Kenalog is a catabolic steroids and too much of it can lead to atrophy of muscles, bones, etc. Answered by Brittanie Harmison 2 years ago.


If I had a Kenalog injection today for my allergies can I still get a Cortisone injection tomorrow in my knee?
Asked by Hettie Heberlein 2 years ago.

Professionals do inject the nerve in the knees with a nerve block whether it is as robust as a spinal nerve block, which i've had, it must help to alleviate one of the pain for very likely up to a year. When I had my final nerve block half of of the folks in for an injection had there knee injected, so it have to be potent. A steroid or the more recent Botox injection which can helps relieve arthritis within the knee may just good negate the necessity for surgical procedure. Has your companion tried a combined drug remedy or utilising an epilepsy drug like Gabapentin which can aid with nerve discomfort. Get a second opinion and push for a knee injection first and see if there may be so much development. Considered one of my mates had operations on each knee caps, he used to be almost crippled before the ops, within six months he was going for walks excellent with none problems. I have never heard of any complications with brand new knee surgery, recovery time may also be very speedy, about a month. If suffering instead than arthritis is the major drawback a health facility pain health center can prescribe a lot more advantageous medicines than a GP, particularly lengthy appearing drugs or 7 day patches like Butrans for regular affliction remedy. Fine wants Andy Answered by Aurore Gitzlaff 2 years ago.

I'm not familiar with Kenalog but familiar with cortisone injections. I would talk with a pharmacist or the doc who gave you the Kenalog injection if you CAN get the corto shot tomorrow. Hopefully, you can get an answer before going to that appointment. Answered by Scot Ink 2 years ago.

Try Cordaid cream relieves itching and it if is on your hands put some on your hands and then wear latex gloves it heals them so fast. sorry for your allergies. (((misssM))) Answered by Suzi Mabins 2 years ago.

Ask your doc., sounds like your a mess. Answered by Owen Brehm 2 years ago.


What is the most natural way to heal eczema. Does any one know about kenalog cream and does it work good?
Asked by Everette Kloeppel 2 years ago.

Be careful about kenalog cream and use only as directed. Using it too often or too much can cause atrophy and thinning of the skin. Do not use on the face unless directed by a doctor. There has been found a connection between food allergies and eczema. I have included some web links below that might help you. Answered by Lindsey Mccraken 2 years ago.

I don't know of any natural medicines for eczema, but when i had it i was prescribed Triamcinolon Cream and it seamed to work pretty well. As for natural cures I don't know if aloe will do anything, but it is good for other skin conditions and sunburn. If you live near a china town you could see a Chinese doctor and see if he has a special tea or medicine to treat Eczema. Those doctors in Chinatown really know their stuff and what they have is far better than American medicine. Good luck. Answered by Collene Stirna 2 years 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 Alene Babiarz 2 years ago.

I use midi honey for exzema its all natural antibactirial no purfumes or chemicals it also works for dermatitis and psoriasis it works wonders and stops the itch you can get it from most chemists without perscription for about 10/15 dollars its a small tube but you dont use much so it lasts ages give it a go Answered by Juli Cavaleri 2 years ago.

vitamin e or joba jobaoil Answered by Tricia Hickson 2 years ago.


Do kenalog injections work on old keloids. Also has anyone ever heard of or used cimeosil for their keloids?
My keloid is 15 years old, I know surgery will probably make it come back even bigger. Asked by Xochitl Furer 2 years ago.

Injecting the keloid with a steroid like "Kenalog" may help a bit. A good plastic surgeon may be able to cut it out (revision) and then sew it very carefully and put some medicines in it to avoid keloid scarring. Good luck Answered by Anthony Fosbrook 2 years ago.

i had a huge keloid after having knee surgery a couple years back. my therapist simply used a massage oil and deeply massaged the keloid. it's still there, but a lot less raised. Answered by Antionette Cresswell 2 years ago.

Did you ever have chemotherapy in your 15 years?. This would darken the skin area - e-oil and pure shea butter can even out the skin tones for discoloration over time. Each person is different after a surgery and should consider professional guidance in your personal decision to be cut again. Answered by Leesa Vanduyn 2 years ago.


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