Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018827/001.

Names and composition

"LOTRISONE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE and CLOTRIMAZOLE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018827/001 LOTRISONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
020010/001 LOTRISONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018827/001 LOTRISONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
020010/001 LOTRISONE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
075502/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE AND BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
075673/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE AND BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
076002/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE AND BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
076493/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE AND BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
076516/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE AND BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%
202894/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE AND BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE BETAMETHASONE DIPROPIONATE; CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 0.05% BASE and 1%

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Answered questions

What is Lotrisone used for?
Asked by Nila Twidwell 1 year ago.

LOTRISONE Cream is indicated for the topical treatment of the following dermal infections: tinea pedis, tinea cruris, and tinea corporis due to Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Epidermophyton floccosum, and Microsporum canis. Answered by Jodie Knap 1 year ago.

Lotrisone is typically used to treat fungus on the skin, not head, usually athlete's foot or ringworms. Answered by Lea Dubonnet 1 year ago.

clotrimazole and betamethasone U.S./Canadian Brand Names Lotriderm® [Can] Lotrisone® [US] Therapeutic Category Antifungal/Corticosteroid Use Topical treatment of various dermal fungal infections (including tinea pedis, cruris, and corpora in patients ≥17 years of age) Answered by Hien Chamorro 1 year ago.

I agree with msrostic. The others could have put it in layman's terms. Answered by Merna Nordin 1 year ago.


Can I use Vagisil with Lotrisone?
Also I'm not on birth control. Asked by Sam Aakre 1 year ago.

Are you on birth control pill? If so you should seek for your doctor you might be allergic it. Vagisil is ok, but won't cure your pproblem and use of too much medication is not good for the body, now you should not mix these products you can get a bad reaction from it. Answered by Zofia Maddron 1 year ago.


What percent clotrimazole does Lotrisone contain?
I know OTC clotrimazole is 1%, what percent clotrimazole does perscription Lotrisone (clotrimazole / betamethasone) contain? Asked by Dotty Minicozzi 1 year ago.

it's also 1% of clotrimazole and 0.05% betamethasone Answered by Camie Makara 1 year ago.

Each gram of Lotrisone cream contains 10mg clotrimazole and 0.643mg betamethasone dipropiomate (equivalent to 0.5mg betamethasone)... Answered by Mercy Vaulet 1 year ago.


What is Lotrisone used for?
Asked by Bennett Sprenkel 1 year ago.

athlete's foot, ringworm, jockitch, it is an antifungal Answered by Maybell Gilani 1 year ago.


Can you buy Lotrisone over the counter?
or the substitute Clotrim/Beta Cream? I got an infection behind my ear from eyeglasses someone else used...can you believe that? Anyway, I got a prescription but it expired and I need more or it will get worse. Any help? Asked by Tabatha Sorrel 1 year ago.

No, but Lotrimin is a close second Answered by Kortney Shuman 1 year ago.

Lotrisone Over The Counter Answered by Carey Kuney 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Can you buy Lotrisone over the counter? or the substitute Clotrim/Beta Cream? I got an infection behind my ear from eyeglasses someone else used...can you believe that? Anyway, I got a prescription but it expired and I need more or it will get worse. Any help? Answered by Emmett Too 1 year ago.

One of the ingredients is a high potency steroid betamethasone. Therefore, it is not available over the counter in the United States. You do need a prescription. Answered by Willena Toledo 1 year ago.

look for vaginal creams clatrimazole in walgreens. they have the same clotrimazole and some type of steroid in it. steroid is for itching anyways. I used it for ring worm around a week and it worked. Answered by Dalia Quinalty 1 year ago.


Lotrisone lotion prescribed for ear infection?
2 weeks ago I had what they call "swimmer's ear" infection in both my ears. Today I had to visit the ear specialist and he said I need to use Lotrisone lotion for ear drops to keep my infection from reoccuring. Has anyone had any experience with using this and how'd it work out for you? I just... Asked by Eula Lencioni 1 year ago.

2 weeks ago I had what they call "swimmer's ear" infection in both my ears. Today I had to visit the ear specialist and he said I need to use Lotrisone lotion for ear drops to keep my infection from reoccuring. Has anyone had any experience with using this and how'd it work out for you? I just find it weird using lotion in my ears for an infection... Answered by Sari Legum 1 year ago.

Lotrisone Lotion Answered by Theola Ruvolo 1 year ago.

Lotrisone worked great for me, much better than anything else i tried. Answered by Marya Jasper 1 year ago.


Is it safe to have sex while using lotrisone cream?
I'm a 20 year old male, just started using the cream today. Using it to loosen the skin around tip of penis, no infections. Asked by Ozell Chia 1 year ago.

While you may use it to loosen the skin, I wouldn't recommend doing so with sex because some of the chemicals in the lotion can irritate the vagina or anus. If your partner (if female) isn't aroused enough, buy some lubricant like KY to help increase lubrication. The same goes for a male partner. Lotions cannot go in the anal or vaginal cavity as it can possibly cause irritation. If you're fine using it to loosen your skin, that's fine, but it's not advised that you use it for sexual intercourse. Hope this helps. Answered by Ardelia Aumavae 1 year ago.


Lotrisone treatment jock itch, scrotum, penis and inner thighs?
After suffering from intense swelling and redness of the scrotum due to jock itch, i used clotrimazole 1% for a week, which made the jock itch on my testicles and penis better, but not completely healed. The jock itch however (thanks to basketball), has spread to my inner thighs, which along with parts of my penis... Asked by Yuriko Greeb 1 year ago.

After suffering from intense swelling and redness of the scrotum due to jock itch, i used clotrimazole 1% for a week, which made the jock itch on my testicles and penis better, but not completely healed. The jock itch however (thanks to basketball), has spread to my inner thighs, which along with parts of my penis and scrotum, are red and itch incredibly. My doctor prescribed lotrisone (Clotrimazole + Betamethason Dipropionate). After doing some research about the lotrisone I am a little hesitant to apply it to my genitals. Should i apply the lotrisone over the entire affected area? Or should i just apply it on the inner thighs and continue to use just clotrimazole for the genitals? I would like to know about any risks associated with this corticosteroid cream. Thanks Answered by Delila Kazemi 1 year ago.

Use landacan This is for jock itch. and you can buy this over the counter. wish you luck,. Answered by Han Jacobowitz 1 year ago.

For Gosh sakes!! Just tell your Dad or Mum and have them look at it. The itching has to be worse that not asking your Dad for help! Your right, it does sound like a fungal infection, but all this waiting seems to be making it a whole lot worse. If you are worried about cost you can even get the generic stuff at CVS or WalMart. It is not the end of the world, and you do not need to hide this from your parents. Tell your Dad what's going on so that you can start getting healthy. You will want to supplement zinc into your diet. That will help it heal. After this is over, get a bottle of jock itch powder, and mix it into a large container of cornstarch based baby powder. Dust all your bits twice a day every day. This will help keep things in check. Answered by Arica Murillo 1 year ago.

I wouldn't put something like that onto my penis... way too risky. What you should use is a creme called Man1 Man Oil. Unlike Lotrisone, it is made specifically for the penis, is all-natural and treats a number of different skin irritations. It works very well and is completely safe. You can get it online too. Check it out. Hope this helps! Answered by Paulina Levitch 1 year ago.


What is Lotrisone used for?
Asked by Sheba Klemanski 1 year ago.

LOTRISONE Cream is indicated for the topical treatment of the following dermal infections: tinea pedis, tinea cruris, and tinea corporis due to Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Epidermophyton floccosum, and Microsporum canis. Answered by Nida Sable 1 year ago.

Lotrisone is typically used to treat fungus on the skin, not head, usually athlete's foot or ringworms. Answered by Ghislaine Zenke 1 year ago.

clotrimazole and betamethasone U.S./Canadian Brand Names Lotriderm® [Can] Lotrisone® [US] Therapeutic Category Antifungal/Corticosteroid Use Topical treatment of various dermal fungal infections (including tinea pedis, cruris, and corpora in patients ≥17 years of age) Answered by Elia Boyett 1 year ago.

I agree with msrostic. The others could have put it in layman's terms. Answered by Lolita Dupuy 1 year ago.


Can I use Vagisil with Lotrisone?
Also I'm not on birth control. Asked by Clark Hatchett 1 year ago.

Are you on birth control pill? If so you should seek for your doctor you might be allergic it. Vagisil is ok, but won't cure your pproblem and use of too much medication is not good for the body, now you should not mix these products you can get a bad reaction from it. Answered by Isaiah Olea 1 year ago.


What percent clotrimazole does Lotrisone contain?
I know OTC clotrimazole is 1%, what percent clotrimazole does perscription Lotrisone (clotrimazole / betamethasone) contain? Asked by Essie Mcmorran 1 year ago.

it's also 1% of clotrimazole and 0.05% betamethasone Answered by Mireille Ramsdale 1 year ago.

Each gram of Lotrisone cream contains 10mg clotrimazole and 0.643mg betamethasone dipropiomate (equivalent to 0.5mg betamethasone)... Answered by Marlon Actis 1 year ago.


What is Lotrisone used for?
Asked by Angelyn Gallegas 1 year ago.

athlete's foot, ringworm, jockitch, it is an antifungal Answered by Manie Kachelmeyer 1 year ago.


Can you buy Lotrisone over the counter?
or the substitute Clotrim/Beta Cream? I got an infection behind my ear from eyeglasses someone else used...can you believe that? Anyway, I got a prescription but it expired and I need more or it will get worse. Any help? Asked by Glenn Spana 1 year ago.

No, but Lotrimin is a close second Answered by Corie Buzza 1 year ago.

Lotrisone Over The Counter Answered by Orpha Balwinski 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Can you buy Lotrisone over the counter? or the substitute Clotrim/Beta Cream? I got an infection behind my ear from eyeglasses someone else used...can you believe that? Anyway, I got a prescription but it expired and I need more or it will get worse. Any help? Answered by Bernetta Mccoyle 1 year ago.

One of the ingredients is a high potency steroid betamethasone. Therefore, it is not available over the counter in the United States. You do need a prescription. Answered by Hugo Wouters 1 year ago.

look for vaginal creams clatrimazole in walgreens. they have the same clotrimazole and some type of steroid in it. steroid is for itching anyways. I used it for ring worm around a week and it worked. Answered by Karon Chasin 1 year ago.


Lotrisone lotion prescribed for ear infection?
2 weeks ago I had what they call "swimmer's ear" infection in both my ears. Today I had to visit the ear specialist and he said I need to use Lotrisone lotion for ear drops to keep my infection from reoccuring. Has anyone had any experience with using this and how'd it work out for you? I just... Asked by Bari Khamvongsa 1 year ago.

2 weeks ago I had what they call "swimmer's ear" infection in both my ears. Today I had to visit the ear specialist and he said I need to use Lotrisone lotion for ear drops to keep my infection from reoccuring. Has anyone had any experience with using this and how'd it work out for you? I just find it weird using lotion in my ears for an infection... Answered by Debra Kushin 1 year ago.

Lotrisone Lotion Answered by Constance Schiltz 1 year ago.

Lotrisone worked great for me, much better than anything else i tried. Answered by Iris Hubka 1 year ago.


Is it safe to have sex while using lotrisone cream?
I'm a 20 year old male, just started using the cream today. Using it to loosen the skin around tip of penis, no infections. Asked by Shantel Heimerdinger 1 year ago.

While you may use it to loosen the skin, I wouldn't recommend doing so with sex because some of the chemicals in the lotion can irritate the vagina or anus. If your partner (if female) isn't aroused enough, buy some lubricant like KY to help increase lubrication. The same goes for a male partner. Lotions cannot go in the anal or vaginal cavity as it can possibly cause irritation. If you're fine using it to loosen your skin, that's fine, but it's not advised that you use it for sexual intercourse. Hope this helps. Answered by Oma Nohel 1 year ago.


Lotrisone treatment jock itch, scrotum, penis and inner thighs?
After suffering from intense swelling and redness of the scrotum due to jock itch, i used clotrimazole 1% for a week, which made the jock itch on my testicles and penis better, but not completely healed. The jock itch however (thanks to basketball), has spread to my inner thighs, which along with parts of my penis... Asked by Alyce Valakas 1 year ago.

After suffering from intense swelling and redness of the scrotum due to jock itch, i used clotrimazole 1% for a week, which made the jock itch on my testicles and penis better, but not completely healed. The jock itch however (thanks to basketball), has spread to my inner thighs, which along with parts of my penis and scrotum, are red and itch incredibly. My doctor prescribed lotrisone (Clotrimazole + Betamethason Dipropionate). After doing some research about the lotrisone I am a little hesitant to apply it to my genitals. Should i apply the lotrisone over the entire affected area? Or should i just apply it on the inner thighs and continue to use just clotrimazole for the genitals? I would like to know about any risks associated with this corticosteroid cream. Thanks Answered by Sasha Koeck 1 year ago.

Use landacan This is for jock itch. and you can buy this over the counter. wish you luck,. Answered by Kirby Stike 1 year ago.

For Gosh sakes!! Just tell your Dad or Mum and have them look at it. The itching has to be worse that not asking your Dad for help! Your right, it does sound like a fungal infection, but all this waiting seems to be making it a whole lot worse. If you are worried about cost you can even get the generic stuff at CVS or WalMart. It is not the end of the world, and you do not need to hide this from your parents. Tell your Dad what's going on so that you can start getting healthy. You will want to supplement zinc into your diet. That will help it heal. After this is over, get a bottle of jock itch powder, and mix it into a large container of cornstarch based baby powder. Dust all your bits twice a day every day. This will help keep things in check. Answered by Sherri Grandmaison 1 year ago.

I wouldn't put something like that onto my penis... way too risky. What you should use is a creme called Man1 Man Oil. Unlike Lotrisone, it is made specifically for the penis, is all-natural and treats a number of different skin irritations. It works very well and is completely safe. You can get it online too. Check it out. Hope this helps! Answered by Lizabeth Ply 1 year ago.


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