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Posted 15 May 2010 by rdsorenson • 2 answers
I have a rash on my ankles after trimming my Pyracantha hedge. Same thing happened a couple years ago. My doctor prescribed this product then and it did clear up. I have a small amount left in the tube and am trying to use it sparingly. Is there any over-the -counter product that I could try rather ...
Posted 31 May 2013 by Jane Summer • 1 answer
I have eczema of the scalp with some hair loss. My Dr. prescribed Clobetasol Propionate Topical Solution 0.05% to use x2 a day. I forgot to ask him this question.
Posted 9 days ago by Sunnny October • 0 answers
... low dose of?
Posted 9 days ago by RGPRN • 0 answers
My husband has been using this medication as well as Ketoconazole for scalp issues and has developed a painful gynocamastia. It has been biopsied an is benign, but we still aren't sure which medication is causing the issue.
Posted 21 Aug 2014 by RTHawaii12 • 2 answers
This drug went from a pharmacist's cost of about $15 to just under $400 from April to August
Posted 24 Jan 2014 by moleen99 • 1 answer
Posted 29 Aug 2016 by Shinka • 1 answer
Help me plz, Is changing in color of the skin temporary or not?
Posted 24 Jul 2016 by miss cate • 0 answers
... cream this is making my feet burn and itch. is this to be expected?
Posted 20 Jul 2016 by Janice Cole • 0 answers
The clobetasol cream is 220.00 dollars.
Posted 9 Jun 2016 by Joe427 • 0 answers
Used for poison ivy and I think I used the foam a few days too long after poison ivy stated drying out I have one calf muscle weakness the last day or so frequent urination and a bit of insomnia the last few days.
Posted 30 May 2016 by Weed hopper • 0 answers
Are there any harmful interactions between having had the shingles shot & using this Clobeasol cream on my skin which now has patches of Poison ivy?
Posted 18 Jul 2014 by GrammyKLS • 3 answers
I have lichen planus and my dentist prescribed this medication for relief. Everything I read states do not use in the mouth. What is the best course of treatment for me?
Posted 18 Apr 2016 by Lauren8631 • 0 answers
... now... only when they are wet around the sides and some speading on the heels it turns white and stays white until dried. He gave me a roll on prescription and then that, I have yet ran out and cant afford a doctor visit and perscriptions. Any options?
Posted 23 Sep 2009 by clobetasolworry • 3 answers
Does this happen to anyone else? I'm also nursing and am worried that the drug might be too strong for me, and therefore my baby, due to the reaction I'm seeing. The white skin (the first symptom I noticed that led me to go to the Dr.) is now turning an ashen gray. I've called my ...
Posted 31 Dec 2015 by EAnne • 1 answer
... have used the medicated shampoo, Clobetasol Propionate, but it causes more of the same.
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