Triamcinolone and nursing

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My son is brilliant, very smart, but a bit uninterested in caring or nursing his CRP and he does not work out unless it is football or track season. I tried to get him to take hot steamy showers at home and rubbing with diluted Bleach??? I really think he should go to one of those Turkish Bath Houses with the Steam rooms or even a gym/health club steam room during the off season.
I've seen 2 doctors and 1 specialist, none have really told me anything and all tests always come back negative (I was tested for herpes as well.) Even the yeast cultures come back negative. I've been going to acupuncture for the last 2 months and the symptoms are decreasing, but at a very slow rate. I have taken Monistat, flagyl, cortizone (steroid) pills and cream and nothing has worked.
he gave me antibiotics and nystatin and triamcinolone cream i have been on this cream over 5 days and no progress. the fissure is at the top of the hood area and therefore cracks open again every time i sit down to pee or wash or get up from sitting on the floor..i switched to wearing boxer shorts all day and night and no help there..god does anyone have any helpful ideas?!!!!
C) Did they generally (upper extremity) check your orthostatic blood pressures and pulses (lying down, sitting and standing)? If so, was there any evidence of any kind of orthostatic intolerance (problem with standing with the numbers)? D) If your lipid panel, magnesium level, CRP, and peripheral doppler testing were fine and your did any of the doctors suggest trying compression socks/hosiery? E) How long did you try acupuncture for?
i have found that a mixture of aquaphor and hydrocortisone cream 2x a day helps! i have an allergy baby that is allergic to EVERYTHING and between that, singulair at night, zyrtec in the morning and the ointment 2x a day AND clorox bath each night with NO soap. plus an eliminative diet from everything that he is allergic to. ALSO, just because it is not listed on the ingredients list, doesn't mean there isn't anything in it.
don't know what to do.She's on Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream twice a day,0.1% cream and Diphenhydramine HCI 50 mg capsule for itching every 6 hours and Levocetirizine Dihydrochlorde tablet for itching. Thank you very much. Keep me posted on what you think about all this medicine if its too much for her you think. She's 73. Cindy...Lakota27.
He also gave me an injection of betamethasone and triamcinolone which reduced the inflamation and itching for a short time but the rash never went away. He also prescribed topical creams with no results. I am at witts end and I am starting to wonder whether this is caused by stress or psychological factors but for the fact that my roomate has the same symptoms but not as severe. Can you help me?
Hey girls, I am having the same problems. I am 4 and a half months post-partum and nursing. I started having these symptoms about 3 weeks ago and went to see my ob. She said it looked like a yeast infection (even though I told her it didn't feel like one; i.e. no discharge, no odor), prescribed Diflucan and did a culture. The results came back negative for yeast and herpes, and positive for Group B strep. I was also positive for Group B when I was pregnant. My ob has now prescribed penicillin.
Yeah. Well that's what I hope-related to some kind of yeast thing, and not HPV-which would mean I have to wait until it runs it's course with me. My doctor actually told me to stick with the gold bond if it works, but that's treating the symptoms...sigh. I just had a run of anti biotics after a surgery, wouldn't that take care of any kind of BI/yeast/uti??
Finally a NP recognized the eczema and put me on Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream 4X a day on the infected area, and he also gave me an additional morning regimen for the next 2 weeks. It's been 24 hours, and the redness is GONE, the swelling is nearly nonexistent, and the itch is minimal. Plus, I am completely moisturized. No dryness problems. I'm right before my period, and I was able to sleep through the night.
Shamefully, for almost 8 years I have been getting very small itchy blisters on various spots on my arms and legs. The small blisters develop and immediately itch intensely, which is how I know they're there. They have a clear fluid inside, with no puss. When I scratch them in my sleep or when they break, they often weep a little amber colored liquid. Also, when I scratch them, more tiny blisters will develop around the original blister, signifying an infection.
for the past week or so I have had sporadic runny nose / sneezing (bouts last about a half hour, much like allergic reaction) and my right tonsil has been a bit sore and firm. I am breastfeeding and my baby likes to touch my lips while nursing. Sometimes baby has a rough or jagged fingernail; I think baby may have irritated my skin and maybe introduced an infection. My sleeping is irregular but I usually get at least 6 hours per night.
We just moved from Colorado to Ohio to be with my husbands family, I am an RN and it took 2 months to even get my nursing license here, I still can't find a job that will hire me right away... So I've got a lot of stressors here. I started to break out about 2 weeks ago after being attacked by bugs when we went camping.
Hi, The skin on the surface of your fingers and toes is different from the skin covering the rest of your body. It’s thicker due to constant contact, abrasion, and pressure. Your fingertips and toetips contain networks of dense, tough connective tissue. This tough tissue anchors the outer skin to the underlying layers known as the “dermis.” If you soak in water long enough, protective oils get depleted from your skin. Water can leak in to your skin after awhile.
I itch until I want to scream! I went to the DR. and he said it was Ecezema and prescribed me Triamcinolone Acetonide Ointment and it did not work. I went to WalmART and got AVEENA Calamine & Pramoxine Anti-Itch Cream. to my relief it worked and OMG I can finally relax for a min until another breakout. I also got the AVEENA bath crystals. Which has Colloidial Oatmeal. I am relieved for these products. Soak in the bath water with this product and the welts and itchyness will be relieved.
Was given several types of eye drops and creams. The one that really worked was Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream 0.1%. After two days of using it twice a day, the red and puffiness cleared up.
I was on that for seven years and finally got a sensitivity to it and it was no longer effective. With autoimmune urticaria vs. chronic idiopathic urticaria (which they said was what i had for eight of the ten years) I couldn't use antihistimines at all with effect, doxepin was the only one! Plaquenil is our next option. However using synthroid (synthetic thyroid) daily has done more for my hives than anything used thus far.
I am a junior in nursing school and a nurse's tech at a local hospital and I have never come across a patient or friend with these, nor have I found these in any of my nursing books. I had common warts on my hands previous to these and got rid of them roughly 3 years ago with hypnosis (frozen nitrogen and lazer therapy did not help). I know the hypnosis worked because after fighting to get rid of these my whole life, I was desperate & tried hypnosis and they were gone within 2 weeks.
i have been going to the dodtor for two years with this now but he keeps on tellin me i do not have scabis and gives me creams and lotions but t never seems to go away. i get red rash arund the eyes . he told me t will go away do not worry but it comes back every month . i have blisters on my chest he did nothing i have itchy neck he says its also nothing my neck has spots on but look lke blisters .
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