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Halobetasol - How to cure thick white scalp and what is it/?

Posted 30 Jan 2018 by ELAINETHAXTON 0 answers

My scalp is dry and has thick white coverage. And my scalp itches. If i use dandruff shampoo it helps very little. I believe this is worse than just having dandruff. What could be the cause and suggestions for a remedy ? Thx

I was prescribed dapsone for granuloma annulare. How long does it take before you see any kind of?

Posted 26 Dec 2017 by Gorgeousannie 0 answers

... result as to the rash disappearing or even fading. My rash is still progressing and I want to discontinue the prescription due to the side effects. I was told that I should see some improvement within 30 days and that is not the case.

I have a skin condition called granuloma annulare... anyone familiar with this?

Posted 6 Sep 2013 by bellyfat 3 answers

I was told each spot can last up to 2 years but some are going on 5 years and now really spreading. I am horrified that they might cover my entire body.

Has anyone been diagnosed with granuloma annulare since taking losartan?

Posted 17 Jun 2013 by welcomebackkotter 3 answers

I have. I noticed red spots on my body and more of them as days went by since taking losartan. Now I have been diagnosed with granuloma annulare (the reddish spots) and am wondering if this has happened to anyone else and what treatment are you now getting for it?

1st week on Claravis 30mg 2xdaily and have been starving... anyone else?

Posted 23 Feb 2011 by tinabeana 1 answer

I finally started Claravis, I was prescribed 30mg capsules and to take them 2x a day. I will have been on this medication one week this Friday. I have been extremely hungry since I have started taking it... I am adhd and have a very high tolerance for medication and pain due to a fast metabolism ...

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