How long can I use clobetasol cream, after 2 consecutive weeks how much gap should b given?

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22 Dec 2009

Ideally you'll only start using it again if the condition reoccurs. You can start using it after 1 to 2 weeks (2 week break would be better). Then only use it for 2 weeks and have another break.

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