User Reviews for Betamethasone
Also known as: Alphatrex, Beta-Val, Betacort, Betaderm, Betamethacot, Betanate, Betatrex, Betnovate, Del-Beta, Diprolene, Diprolene AF, Diprosone, Luxiq, Maxivate, Sernivo, ...show all 18 brand names
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|Plaque Psoriasis||1 reviews||17 medications|
|Dermatological Disorders||8 reviews||315 medications|
|Dermatitis||7 reviews||332 medications|
|Lichen Sclerosus||1 reviews||62 medications|
|Atopic Dermatitis||3 reviews||250 medications|
|Summary of Betamethasone reviews||20 reviews||9.4|
Reviews for Betamethasone
For Dermatological Disorders: "I've had eczema all my life, at 24 it now comes in flare ups every now and then generally when the weather changes or other allergies I.e hay-fever that go hand in hand. I've used probably most things on the market, from oily emollients to creams and I seem to have settled with this. Other creams don't have the date effect this does its easy to apply doesn't feel greasy and soaks in quickly.. But it is the only cream that really works. Big eczema flare ups are dealt with in days as opposed to weeks previously and it stops the urge to itch.. Honestly if you suffer with eczema you need to make sure you have this it's a must."
Danny UK Manchester (taken for 5 to 10 years) July 24, 2016
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For Plaque Psoriasis: "I have used this off and on for over 15 years. This is the only medication that clears up the psoriasis on my head in a few days. I have made sure to only use it when I need it to keep the effectiveness going for years to come. It doesn't make my hair oily, doesn't sting and keeps me clear for a few days. Love love it! My trusty fix :)"
Tiffnotabot (taken for 10 years or more) March 10, 2016
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For Dermatitis: "Betamethasone Lotion 0.1% for itchy scalp. I used this for over 40 years for scalp control. Then a couple years ago, the price shot up - over 10X the normal price which is rediculous. So my doctor turned me on to a stronger type called Clobetasol Propionate .05% topical. This works even better than my older stuff and my insurance covers this."
BRAD_V (taken for 10 years or more) January 9, 2016
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For Dermatitis: "I had severe blisters on my hands and wrists. The blisters were in various stages, some forming under the skin, some filled fluid, some ruptured. I had 50 blisters on my left hand & wrist and about half that number on my right hand & wrist. The pain, burning, piercing pain was extreme. My doctor prescribed several different creams that did not work and then this Betamethasone Lotion. I finally had relief. This worked within minutes to relieve the pain and within 2 days to see amazing clearing of the blisters. I am so grateful for this medication."
Ba-bi June 16, 2015
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For Dermatitis: "I've had severe eczema since I was 13. I'm now 30. My Dr has put me on so many different meds for it that I began to lose hope. It would swell up and get really itchy. I have eczema behind, on, and inside both of my ears. It's also embarrassing because people would ask if I knew I was bleeding out the ear all the time. After yrs of no relief I switched Dr's. The new Dr put me on betamethasone and after using it for only 2 weeks it cleared up to the point that it was almost gone! I thought nothing would help it and that I was stuck with it for the rest of my life with no relief. I'm glad I was wrong! Every couple of years I will get flare ups, and all I have to do is put the betamethasone on it and it's gone the next day. Definitely recommend this."
LilAngel17225 November 20, 2014
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For Dermatitis: "I had a skin rash I had been treating for nearly a year. My Doctor prescribed betamethasone dipropionate and the condition was remarkably improved 2 weeks later."
Anonymous (taken for less than 1 month) August 29, 2012
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For Dermatological Disorders: "I had some real rash and redness from scratching too much. My doctor prescribed this cream for me and within a week my skin condition improved and I stopped scratching myself. I still have some skin discoloration but it is improving. Good cream for sure."
Anonymous September 15, 2011
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Betaderm (betamethasone) for Dermatological Disorders: "Wow, This actually worked wonders, I had a very serious skin infection as well as eczema, and within a week of using twice daily after baths, it completely relieved the symptoms, and blisters started to scab and heal! I still have had to use Betaderm on and off for the last few months, but in much more moderate amounts, but after having used numerous other creams, this is the only one that worked!"
Anonymous July 15, 2010
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Luxiq (betamethasone) for Dermatological Disorders: "This is amazing! I always had flaky ears because of my psoriasis and this took it away! I can finally put my hair up without feeling self-conscious!"
lolabella October 13, 2009
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Diprosone (betamethasone) for Dermatological Disorders: "I served in the middle east during the Iraq war. The weather in the desert was over 130 degrees, so I developed eczema. My mom was a nurse in Mexico and told me about diprosone. I tried it and it worked. So I have never looked back."
Anonymous October 10, 2008
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For Dermatitis: "I was prescribed this in the cream form for my severe eczema. This drug is the only thing that alleviated my symptoms. (Severe itching, raised, oozing bumps) My doctor advised me not to use this cream on areas of my body with thin skin (face, breasts, genitalia) because it could cause thinning of the skin in those areas. "
kvacik April 29, 2007
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