BETNOVATE CREAM

Active substance: BETAMETHASONE VALERATE

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Package Leaflet: Information for the User

Betnovate® Cream
betamethasone valerate
Read all of this leaflet carefully before you start
using this medicine because it contains
important information for you.

Other medicines and Betnovate

What is in this leaflet:
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2
3
4
5
6

1 What Betnovate is
and what it is used for

Pregnancy and breast-feeding and fertility

Betnovate Cream contains chloroscresol and
cetostearyl alcohol

3 How to use Betnovate

2 What you need to know
before you use Betnovate

Using this medicine

Do not use Betnovate:

Guidance on how to apply the cream
1
2
Warnings and precautions

3
For an adult

Reporting of side effects

For a child aged 1 – 10
Number of fingertip units needed
Leg
Back
Child’s Face Arm and Front including
and and
age neck hand foot
buttocks
1-2
years





2

2

3-5
years



2

3

3



6-10
years

2







5 How to store Betnovate

3

5

º

6 Contents of the pack and
other information
If you have psoriasis

What Betnovate cream contains

If you apply Betnovate to your face
Do not
let the cream get into your eyes.
If you use more Betnovate than you should

If you forget to use Betnovate

What Betnovate looks like and contents of the
pack
Marketing Authorisation Holder and
Manufacturer

If you stop using Betnovate

4 Possible side effects

Other formats:

Stop using Betnovate and tell your doctor
immediately if:
Product name:

Betnovate Cream

This leaflet was last revised in:

Other side effects you may notice when using
Betnovate include:
Common
Very rare

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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