PRAMOSONE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 083213/002.

Names and composition

"PRAMOSONE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE and PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Answered questions

I have the cream pramosone can I use it to relieve the itch around my vaginal lips?
I went to the doctor, said it was an allergic reaction to the soap I was using and this is what the doctor prescribed. Asked by Yee Collons 3 months ago.

Pramosone has hydrocortisone in it. It works on itching due to allergic reactions because it blocks the immune response. Vaginal itching is usually due to a bacterial or yeast (fungal) infection. You do not want to block your immune response if you have an infection, because the infection will go bananas and then you will really itch. That is why the labeling for Pramasone says not to use it when you have an infection. You can buy yeast infection treatment over the counter, but if you have never had a yeast infection before, I suggest that you not diagnose yourself. See a doctor to find out what it is. Answered by Farah Fernandez 3 months ago.

To Relieve The Itch Around Your Vaginal Lips Try Taking A Shower And Washing That Stank...... Good Luck! Answered by Tona Prior 3 months ago.

Pramosone Cream Answered by Olivia Correo 3 months ago.

That probably wouldn't work that well, as it is an infection you are talking about right? Try using the same reliever creams you use for piles infections. They are more soothing, and effective. Answered by Fiona Abdulkarim 3 months ago.


What does it seem that one skin issue leads to others?
When I was 22 or 23 I was diagnosed with Cystic Acne, which is painful and annoying all by itself. Then when I was 25, I was diagnosed with Rosacea, which my father also has. But I've also been recently (age 27) diagnosed with Seborrheic Dermatitis, which seems to show up just in time for my wedding. I've... Asked by Venus Bonsu 3 months ago.

When I was 22 or 23 I was diagnosed with Cystic Acne, which is painful and annoying all by itself. Then when I was 25, I was diagnosed with Rosacea, which my father also has. But I've also been recently (age 27) diagnosed with Seborrheic Dermatitis, which seems to show up just in time for my wedding. I've since then moved to the UK (I'm originally from Texas) and now have been diagnosed with Eczema on my cheeks. I have a very oily t-zone, and oily hair, while my cheeks and the rest of my body are super dry. I was diagnosed at a very young age (so young I don't remember) with Psoriasis on my elbows and ankles, and Keratosis Pilaris on my upper arms and thighs. So why does it seem I have SO many skin conditions? Genetics? Bad luck? Environment? I'm just curious. Answered by Dan Tri 3 months ago.

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Help with Psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis?
I was diagnosed years ago with psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis on my face, eyebrows, mustache, beard and scalp. I've been on several medications and sterroids including Alcortin A, Pramosone, Clobex to name a few, but nothing worked. I tried Cetaphil, but that only made it worse. I stumbled across a product... Asked by Setsuko Lasley 3 months ago.

Will have to check it out. However, I live in Canada so... I found out i have seborrheic dermatitis also. Regardless, I will check it out. Answered by Delena Waring 3 months ago.


Can you get a refund for prescribed medications?
I am so angry bc I went to the doctor's and wanted a referral to see a dermatologist because my skin is acting really strange. I have had these bumps and lesions on my skin for almost a year. They are oozy and scaly. So, the doctor was like, let me give you one more thing to see if it works...which really... Asked by Antonio Seddon 3 months ago.

I am so angry bc I went to the doctor's and wanted a referral to see a dermatologist because my skin is acting really strange. I have had these bumps and lesions on my skin for almost a year. They are oozy and scaly. So, the doctor was like, let me give you one more thing to see if it works...which really pissed me off bc I am already spending the 25$ copay for NOTHING, so he give me a prescription for pramosone...this stuff is like 47 bucks...even with my insurance...and so far nothing is going away on my skin...im so angry bc i have spent tons of money when I could just go to a specialist and get some good info...my ? is...can I get a refund for that expensive cream?!?! Answered by Lavada Shirey 3 months ago.

Sadly no and they practice medicine so it's all trial and error in the hopes they can heal you - hopefully you are angry enough to get the referral you want/need before you spend more $ on drugs - good luck and I hope if you raise a good enough stink you can see a dermatologist and get some relief. It sounds like need a good antibiotic not more creams. Answered by Yanira Rihner 3 months ago.

nope, its illegal to refund prescription meds Answered by Trudy Kreitz 3 months ago.


Red rash underneath the lip?
Okay I've had this red rash under my lip for a good while now. Ive gone to a dermatologist to get it checked numerous times. I've been givin something called Pramosone E. its a cream that I apply to the area. Its been about a month and a half and havent seen any signs of improvement. I'm really tired of... Asked by Erin Zdon 3 months ago.

Okay I've had this red rash under my lip for a good while now. Ive gone to a dermatologist to get it checked numerous times. I've been givin something called Pramosone E. its a cream that I apply to the area. Its been about a month and a half and havent seen any signs of improvement. I'm really tired of this rash. Im very self concious about it. It doesnt burn or itch. Its just a rash. I would really appreciate it if someone had any idea of what this might be and what I can do about it. I use to lick my lips alot but I've stoped already. I'm asking for mature and thought out answers. Please and thank you all. :) Answered by Adelia Schifko 3 months ago.


How to relieve a constant itch/pain on my scrotum (Ive had it for 12 years)?
Constant Itch on the scrotum area, only on that area and all around it. Sometimes its in one spot, other times its on another spot, and sometimes all around. It seems to be worse at night when I'm trying to sleep. In fact I don't get good sleep at night anymore due to it. I've first developed symptoms about 12... Asked by Evan Mcfarren 3 months ago.

Constant Itch on the scrotum area, only on that area and all around it. Sometimes its in one spot, other times its on another spot, and sometimes all around. It seems to be worse at night when I'm trying to sleep. In fact I don't get good sleep at night anymore due to it. I've first developed symptoms about 12 years ago and it gets worse and worse from month to month. It seems to not bug me so much when I have a cold. Oftentimes its so severe that I feel like ripping my balls off....I really feel like dying sometimes, It has negatively effected every aspect of my life...sexual and otherwise I went to 4 Dermatologists, 2 Urologist and Planned Parenthood, and talked to a few Neurologists during the past 6-7 years. I was prescribed about a dozen powders and creams, none worked. (unfortunately I didn't keep records of the names then). There has never been any pimples, rashes or other outward signs on the scrotum, unless its due to me itching it. Sometimes it gets "raw" and "dry" when I itch it constantly, but its impossible not to scratch what itches. I would compare the sensation to having an extremely bad case of poison ivy all day every day. The current dermatologist had me on Gabapentin (Nuerontin) that was effective for about a year and a half. I would take 3 pills 800mg a day. Sometimes I would take more if the itch was uncontrollable, maybe 4 or 5 pills. It worked for a while but I would be lacking energy all day everyday. I would have restful 8 hours of sleep, then wake up take the 1st pill and half an hour after waking up and I would feel like going back to sleep again. I lacked energy and motivation. Another thing I noticed If I drank 2 or 3 beers I would be severely hung over the next day. I stopped using Gabapentin due to the side effects. The over the counter medicines I used are: 1-Pramosone Hydrocortisone Cream (it was actually prescribed Small and about $110) 2-Lamasil 3-Lanacane - Numbs the itching/pain sensation 4-Baking Soda (heard that this worked if you made a paste out of it) 5-Corn Starch (same as the baking soda) 6-Ice pack to numb the lower stomach area where the nerves are 7-Ecerin 8-Avon Anti Itch Therapy 9-Gold Bond Body Powder 10-Vingear 11-Icy Hot (burned really bad but after it worked for an hour) 12-Micatin 13-Aveeno Oatmeal Bath 14-Neuragen (homeopathic, figured Id give it a try since it states it works for nerve damage) 15-Nasal Spray (controlled substance) RX by the dermatologist 16-Dreft (baby detergent) 17-Dove Soap - dermatologists suggestion 18-Hypericum Perforatum Homeopathic 19-St Johns Wart Oil 20-Benadryl Original Strength Cream 21-Gold Bonds Medicated Anti Itch Cream 22-Doxepin (Sinequan) - RX Topical (external) treatment of itching skin disease 23-Lice Shampoo 24-Honey - Natural Medicine 25-Nix Lice Shampoo 26-ActivOn 27-Quercetin 500 - inhibits the manufacture and release of histamine and allergic/inflammatory mediators 28- Milk - Contains Capsaicin a natural 29- Half Detergent/2 Rinse Cycles (Second cycle no detergent) 30- New Comforter/sheets for bed 31 Accupunctur 32 Vegecol Organic Facial Cleansing Lotion For Sensitive Skin 33 Advil Liqui-Gels I'm in desperation to cure this problem even temporarily, as long as its not Gabapentin. The only thing that numbs the pain is Lanacane, and Gold Bond sometimes works too. Lanacane is by far the best although it has some severe side effects. HOT water in the shower and a bath is the only thing that totally soothes the problem, but only during the duration that i'm in the bathroom. This seems to be a neurological problem. I don't currently have health insurance so I'm hesitant to see a specialist like a Neurologist especially if all the other doctors can't do anything to help Answered by Eva Baerman 3 months ago.

It sounds to me like you are looking in all the wrong places for the "root cause" of the problem and are trying to treat the symptoms like Doctors always do. This is why your problem is still there. Many diseases and problems in the body are due to this kind of problem. It's why so many times people develop chronic illnesses because they are being "symptom treated." This is an allopathic philosophical problem that is plaguing our society today because drug companies are in control and promoting this to enhance their profits and sell more drugs. To truly find the problem, you should see a Certified Nutritional Therapist that can test you using QRA testing to trace down the "root cause." For instance, if you have ANY tattoos, piercings, injuries to the front part of your body, in particular, no matter how old the injury actually happened to you, you need to consider those things as possible causes. Vaccinations, scars, any trauma are all suspect. Even your teeth needs to be looked at for this problem. In particular, but not necessarily, your teeth number 27 and 28 on your lower right side of your mouth. An additional possibility, but seems unlikely due to the number of doctors you have seen, is an inguinal hernia issue. It's very important for you to understand that you need to focus on being healthy, not just curing a problem. If you focus on treating the symptom and not on making yourself healthy, you will end up very frustrated. good luck to you Answered by Hyon Zellmer 3 months ago.

Scrotum Itch Treatment Answered by Morgan Depping 3 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: How to relieve a constant itch/pain on my scrotum (Ive had it for 12 years)? Constant Itch on the scrotum area, only on that area and all around it. Sometimes its in one spot, other times its on another spot, and sometimes all around. It seems to be worse at night when I'm trying to sleep. In fact I don't get good sleep at night anymore due to it. I've first developed... Answered by Priscilla Battee 3 months ago.

Have you tried using a penis health creme? Unlike any other lotion or ointment out there, these are made just for the penis skin. They treat skin issues like itchiness, dryness, chafing etc. You should give one a try for sure. Answered by Retta Meyerson 3 months ago.

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try calamine lotion. Answered by Bridgette Littfin 3 months ago.


Help me please! Spots on my face!?
Okay, i have these spots or polka dots on my face that look white and stuff, what do i do to get rid of it? And what is it? Asked by Sterling Tanner 3 months ago.

if it's not pimples... You could have a skin condition called Pityriasis Alba. This skin condition is initially caused by irritation of the skin as in eczema. This irritation causes the pigment cells to down regulate and thus there is a lighter area of skin. Treatment is with topical medications called calcinurin inhibitors like prescription Elidel or Protopic. Both of these medications are safe and do not cause cancer. The FDA should have never placed a black box warning on theoretical grounds for malignancy. You can also use mild topical cortisone cream like Pramosone or Cloderm or Locoid Lippo Cream, but cortisones should not be used on the face for more than 2-3 weeks at a time because of possible thinning of the skin. Please rate me good. Answered by Keturah Mcknight 3 months ago.


My husband has a skin disease called PRP, and I would like to know some good ointments for him to use?
His feet crack really bad. I do the laundry and his socks have blood in them. I would appreciate any advice. Asked by Vertie Mcelravy 3 months ago.

Use a humidifier indoors as much as possible. Run laundry through a double rinse cycle. Avoid wool, synthetic fabrics (like acrylic), and other itchy and stiff fabrics like polyester. Add Alpha Keri to the rinse cycle of the washing machine when washing towels, sheets, and blankets. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, spices, and hot water. Cotton and silk are the best clothing fabric choices for people with PRP. Accutane can be used in adults, as well as Etretinate. Adding a Vitamin A and Vitamin E supplement(s) to his daily routine can help as well. Lac-Hydrin works well. Menthol and camphor combination formulas applied to the skin can help (such as Sarna lotion). Take Aveeno oatmeal baths. Pramoxine, PrameGel, Prax, and Pramosone are all helpful. If you have lesions apply calamine lotion to them. Keep fingernails short, clean, and avoid scratching at all times. Doxepin 5% cream (Zonalon), Use aspirin to decrease swelling and inflammation. Atarax can help you sleep through the night, and lessen the itching. Answered by Christiana Crutch 3 months ago.


I have poison ivy.......?
What should I do...and not do...? Any secret remedies? Thanks. })i({ Asked by Bradley Ancelet 3 months ago.

Caladryl, a brand name of calamine lotion, is a clear liquid that will help dry up the ailment while masking the itchiness. There are other remedies of similar nature on the market, but I use Caladryl as my first line of defense against poison ivy contamination. Your first objective is to gently wash the infected area with mild soap and cool water and then apply calamine lotion or a prescribed dosage of Pramosone, a hydorocortisone acetate 2.5% pramoxine HCI 1%. Should your condition worsen, as mine usually does, visit your dermatologist or medical doctor and get a shot of cortisone. Don't puncture the blisters nor scratch the area. Applications of bleach or hydrogen peroxide doesn't help either as I've tried them both. My first inclination is to shave off the affected areas with my razor, but that action would bring infection and more, so put that from your head. Answered by Sharon Fausset 3 months ago.

DO NOT SCRATCH IT! It will make it worse. Take a oatmeal bath. Put a whole box of oatmeal (the regular kind) into your warm bath water and soak your body in it. It helps dry it out so it don't burn or scratch. Do this everyday if possible until it clears up. Answered by Milton Bagnell 3 months ago.

hello dear in first step you should wash the local of contact with poison lwith lot of water the use an ice piece on eat to reduce the inflammation in next steo should use antihistaminic drugs that a doctor or pharmacian to you and then if iritation is not stopped absolutly should consult your doctor . Answered by Altha Siddiqui 3 months ago.

The key is to successfully learn how to accurately identify this plant. Plant Avoidance is the foremost remedy. Be certain all items of clothing first being worn by you at time of the occurrence are thoroughly and Never co mingle contaminated worn clothing with rest of family wash. All worn items must be separately washed 2x, each time by using hot water and a strong detergent soap. When finished, run machine on a quick rinse wash cycle with machine now empty just using soap and hot water, in order for you to remove all excess remaining urushiol (is what causes the blistering itchy rash) that might still exist lining inside of your washing machine's tub basin. If you wore leather shoes and walked thru PI, they are now contaminated - there is no way for you to successfully decontaminate, just dispose of them. If cloth sneakers or similar items were worn by you, try washing them at same time, is along with the clothing being mentioned referenced above. All items used, be it garden tools, or other personal items, now have urushiol on them. Clean thoroughly. Be careful and certain you are wearing either, disposable rubber or nitrile gloves and using strong detergent soap. Wash all handles and all surface areas you might have once from before touched or made direct contact with by hand, as they more than likely, are now all contaminated surfaces, which will require cleaning by using soap and or alcohol or gasoline. Don't forget any door knobs, or car door handles, fixtures at the time you might have indescrimminately touched. If you have pets and allow them out of doors to frolic, it is always possible for their own fur to exist contaminated with poison ivy resin, urushiol. Each and every time you touch or handle your pet, you are next directly placing yourself at running the risk for developing/ getting poison ivy rash in the darnedest places. Once you make contact with any of this plants parts, you have but a 10-15 minute window of opportunity to next thoroughly rid yourself of the resin, is by washing and cleansing thoroughly all those affected body parts that just made or came into recent contact with the plant's resins. You must use lots of COLD running (never hot) water and strong detergent soap, in order that you now prevent or at very least mitigate all future consequences of the rash, is from you having made direct body contact with any of the plant's parts. Wash, wash, and wash! In the unfortunate event you first acquire the rash, scratching one self does not spread it as many have led others erroneously to believe. The leaking blister fluid does not contain urushiol, therefore is not held responsible for spreading the rash. The rash only spreads itself once it is inside your blood/lymph system, which is how it spreads days later. If the itching persists and becomes so severe, that your next feel ready to pull out all of your hair being left not knowing next what to do, try immersing all your affected body parts directly into hot (never scalding) running water - try a hot a shower. This provides you relief, by stopping the itch. The presence of heat will cause your histamines levels located directly beneath your skin to dramatically release, and shortly thereafter the itching will cease, if but temporarily, notice I said temporarily. This method works pretty good. I am usually able to get 4-5 hours worth of itch relief myself by doing this method. Alternately while rash is still ppersistent and visible, always refrain from ingesting any form of tobacco substance or products, no alcohol related products, no caffeinated beverages - chocolate, coke, coffee, tea, Redbull. Ingesting or consuming any or all of these items all tend lending themselves to stimulating your histamine levels just the same, and therefore are now held responsible by you for making yourself itch. Additionally stay out direct rays of sunlight. This causes you to sweat or perspire, winds up making you itch more. Benadryl gel helps to ease the itch Actually, blot all effected body parts using cotton swabs immersed in witch hazel, calamine lotion or rubbing alcohol. They each have a drying/cooling component sensation. Each one successfully helps to relieve the itch. Hope this helps- poisonivyguy www.poisonivyrash.com www.poisonivyremoval.com twitter.com/ poisonivyguy Answered by Cory Trippe 3 months ago.


Has anyone cured there Keratosis Pilaris out there?
I want to know if anyone has actually got rid of it through home remedy, prescription, diet, or actions, and not by age, not by growing out of it. I'm actively trying to cure myself. Asked by Meridith Purchase 3 months ago.

Treatment To treat keratosis pilaris patients can try several strategies to lessen the bumps. First, the patient can supplement the natural removal of dry skin and papules by using a loofah or another type of scrub showering or bathing. A variety of different over-the-counter (OTC) lotions, ointments, and creams can also be applied after showering while the skin is still moist and then several times a day to keep the area moist. Medicated lotions with urea, 15% alphahydroxy acids, or Retin A can also be prescribed by the dermatologist and applied one to two times daily. Systemic (oral) medications are not prescribed for keratosis pilaris. However if papules are opened and become infected, antibiotics may be necessary to treat the infection. Q:Are there any effective treatments for keratosis pilaris? A: Keratosis pilaris is a common skin disorder. Although it isn't serious, it can be frustrating because it's difficult to treat. Keratosis pilaris occurs most often in children. It results from the buildup of a protein called keratin in the openings of hair follicles in the skin. This produces small, rough patches — usually on the arms, thighs and face. The exact cause isn't known, but it may be associated with eczema. Keratosis pilaris typically causes no pain or itching. Treatment is directed at softening the keratin deposits in the skin and may include medicated creams containing urea or lactic acid. Even with treatment, this condition tends to remain for years. If associated with eczema, keratosis pilaris may improve with treatment of the underlying eczema. betamethasone dipropionate, Diprosone, Diprolene chloroxine-shampoo, Capitrol corticosteroids-topical desoximetasone-topical, Topicort, Topicort LP fluocinolone-topical oil, Derma-Smoothe/FS fusidic acid/hydrocortisone-topical halobetasol-topical, Ultravate hydrocortisone valerate, Westcort omega-3 fatty acids-oral, Coromega, Longs Fish Oil, Max Epa, Omega-3, Salmon Oil, Superepa pimecrolimus, Elidel pramoxine-hydrocortisone-cream, ointment, Enzone, Pramosone pramoxine-hydrocortisone-lotion, Pramosone, Zone-A tacrolimus ointment, Protopic tea tree oil-topical Answered by Kathie Gfroerer 3 months ago.

Usually women are the ones embarrassed by a skin condition but guys get self-conscious too. My keratosis pilaris really got to me in my late teens. I got made fun of by my so-called friends and became dptressed and withdrawn. Comments like, what's that leprosy stuff on your arms? I can't tell you how many dates and social outings I've missed because of keratosis pilaris. I always thought just what if I didn't have this. But thanks to this program I'm almost totally clear. I'm dating now. I'm actually asking my friends to go to the beach. I'm more outgoing. Life is good. Natural Keratosis Pilaris Cure? Answered by Minh Sneeden 3 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
083213/002 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.5% and 1%
083778/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.5% and 1%
085368/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 1% and 1%
085979/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 2.5% and 1%
085980/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 1% and 1%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
083213/002 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 0.5% and 1%
083778/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 0.5% and 1%
085368/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE CREAM/TOPICAL 1% and 1%
085979/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 2.5% and 1%
085980/001 PRAMOSONE HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE LOTION/TOPICAL 1% and 1%
086195/001 PROCTOFOAM HC HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE AEROSOL, METERED/TOPICAL 1% and 1%
086457/001 EPIFOAM HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE AEROSOL, METERED/TOPICAL 1% and 1%
089440/001 HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE 1% AND PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE 1% HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE; PRAMOXINE HYDROCHLORIDE AEROSOL, METERED/TOPICAL 1% and 1%

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