Triamcinolone shampoo

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I've tried moisturizers and vitamin E and I stay end up with a tight feeling sore face and I won't be able to get to the dermatologists for a couple months, and last night I just found Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream 0.1% which I believe my doctor gave to me awhile ago when I complained about dry skin before it was this bad.
I have heard that Eucedrin works well also Goat Milk soap , and there is Triamcinolone Acetonide ..It does fit eczema ,check out what you have put on his skin when you bathe him and hair shampoo , he may be allergic to something ...
  The rash problems continue, but are manageable with triamcinolone cream. Difficulty sleeping nights continues and a nearly equal difficulty with waking in the morning is another problem. Even melatonin, which makes me nearly fall over with fatigue, still doesn't make me actually sleep! The one thing that really needs rescue is, of course, the one thing that doesn't have much of a treatment - my hair!
From there, a rash will form if I do scratch it. There is no drainage. my doctor prescribed triamcinolone acetonide 0.1% which was wonderful, however symptoms would return after 4 days of last use. It seems as though sweating and showering contribute to the itching. I do not believe I am allergic to my soap / shampoo, or laundry detergent. L bicep / axilla http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/dd392/DiverRichie/IMG_0193_zpsb27b34a7.jpg L bicep / axilla http://s1217.beta.photobucket.
it helped but now it is back again after 6 weeks, i called and got another perscription and was told to bring her back if it doesn't go away. I have a script for triamcinolone 0.1 30gm can i use it on her to help with the itching or can you let me know what i can use on her before i have to take her back to the vet again.
I have been using Triamcinolone Acetonide Ointment 0.1% on my hands for the last few years, and it seems to help by lessening the dryness of the infected skin. It is a bit greasy, but it's better than the cracked and bleeding skin.
I worn the contacts since I've had the itchy skin. I have been give Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream 0.1% for ecezma around the neck area. ( I know this cream shouldn't be used around the eye area) Can you get ecezma around the eyes too? The Eye Dr. told me I have allergies...first time I've been diagnosed with allergies. Not sure what else to do? Is it really allergies or something else?
I clean, dust, vacuum often. I use hypoallergenic dye/fragrance/etc-free soap, laundry soap, shampoo, etc. Cutting out dairy decreased the problem only slightly. I tried standard intense-care lotions, calamine lotion, standard strength hydrocortisone, vaseline, coconut oil, olive oil, oatmeal baths... I tried everything. Six months ago I started using corticosteroid ointments and creams- fluocinonide cream for the most intense itching, and triamcinolone for most of the time.
Tumeric, Wormwood/Black Walnut, colostrum (for immunity)
Nothing worked -- I tried all of the popular treatments described on this forum -- lukewarm baths, cold baths, oatmeal/Aveeno, Gold bond cream (red top green bottle), steroid cream (triamcinolone), Eucerin, no soap, no detergent, benadryl, Atarax, fine weave cotton, etc etc etc. Sarna cream (the type with Pramoxine) would help for about an hour, just from the local anesthetic effect, but that would not buy me a full night of sleep.
At first I thought I may have a fungal infection so I started to use sellenium sulfide (selsum blue) shampoo on the patches. It seems to either make the patches more visible and drier. I have stopped using the shampoo and have started using a moisturerizer, Oil of Olay, and it seems to be helping a little. (I just started using it yesterday) I'm not sure if by itching it is spreading the patches, but it does seem that I gradually accumulated more patches. (I do try my hardest not to itch them).
So I get some Triamcinolone cream to put on my spots, a steroid of sorts im told, and **HERE'S THE KICKER**.. an antibiotic called Erythrocin 500MG ST TAB. It's a ten day antibiotic.. within ten days, I go from large scab like crusty bumps that itch to the extreme to almost completely back to 100% normal. My body loved whatever that medicine did, which I assume means it cleared the strep and my body responded by healing the spots.
the rashes occur all throughout my body on my thigh some on my back that usually come from itching i scratch and it turns into a rash my head was also itching and i had been scratching it i thoguht it could have been because of eating something i was alergic too but i don't think it is anymore and i had been using a doctor priscribed cream "triamcinolone acetonide" that would usualy make the rashes go away but then they would come back from itching the bald spots have suddenly occured
I've been seeing a dermatologist, but he has not solved it. Ketoconazole, hydrocortisone cream and ointment, dandruff shampoo, elidel and triamcinolone. None have helped. Any ideas?
U HIT THE JACKPOT....THIS KEEPS HAPPENING TO ME, I ENDED UP IN THE ER. THE ONLYYYYYY PRODUCT THAT HELPED ME IS A PRESCRIBED CREAM CALLED TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE CREAM USP, 0.5%. I'VE TRIED THE "ZIP PACK" STEROIDS ETC, THEY THINNED MY HAIR BAD. HOWEVER, I HAVEN'T FOUND A PPD FREE SEMI-PERM COLOR THAT WORKS. I RELAX MY HAIR. I JUS COLORED WITH MY STYLIST LAST EVE. AND I HAVE TERRIBLE SWELLING OF MY SCALP, INTO MY FOREHEAD, EYEBROWS, NECK ETC. IF YOU'VE DISC.
I use nivea cream and a lotion I got from the doctor that works really good. Triamcinolone Acetonide 0.1% lotion. It is similar to what someone else on this forum suggested. The little red spots are still there but not as itchy. Also, lotion down your body after a shower while it is still damp. This helped me alot.
the rash and itching are awful, my doctor perscribed a triamcinolone acetonide cream 0,1% that has helped alot, my hair is also coming out, lucky for me i have a ton of hair and it is very course, i am still coloring it ,probably should not. we can all identify with these side effects, i have not heard of any one being fortunate enough not to have any , wishing you good luck!
My dr perscribed Triamcinolone Acetonide cream 0.5%. It helped tremendously. My pharmacist mixed it with Cetafil lotion to help it spread more easily. I even used it inside my nose which was dry & cracked.
Mine has not. The doctor gave me Nystatin and Triamcinolone Acetonide cream which usually clears the redness and discomfort up within two days. The problem is that eventually I will masturbate and then it will start all over again. My question is 1) What is this redness and discomfort? 2) what can I do to get rid of it? i.e.: How long (days? weeks?) do I have to refrain from sex/masterbation using what kind of cream till I can be normal again?
My skin tends to flare up from stress/anxiety and sometimes goes red for a few seconds after being in a daydream/staring (which is quite strange) The wierd thing is that my skin isn't dry at all unless i don't moisturize for a week or so, and my skin is fairly smooth and soft to touch, but just doesn't look great at all due to the redness, i am kind of worried that its rosacea, but i only flush/blush due to anxiety of my skin.
The first time I had it my Dr. thought it was some type of contact dermatitus and treated it with triamcinolone acetonide cream. It cleared it up, but it keeps coming back. Went back to Dr. and now they are having me rub selsun blue shampoo on 2x per day and washing it off after 5 min and using bacatracin on it. Still don't know what it is and why it keeps coming back. I am 49, don't have much of an acne problem, do have oily skin. The bumps at times feel burny and itchy.
cause i had rosea on my chest and back along time ago but i put perscription dandruff shampoo on it and it went away. its never been back since.. the rosea on my body looked different then this though.. hmm maybe its just different because its on my leg. Like I said thanks so much for the reply!
what is the remedy for me? what shampoo could i br use? or any other treatment? and it is possible to regrown hair in the fallen places?
Adjuvant therapy includes use of dandruff shampoo, an antifungal agent or both are essential during the pulse therapy and should be continued here after as maintenance therapy after each pulse. Anti fungal diet includes the elimination of sugar should reduce seborrhoeic dermatitis. Application of milk of magnesia is also found to be useful in the treatment of seborrhea.
cool short showers - no hot water. Mild shampoo washing hair in kitchen so shampoo wouldn't run down my skin. (I had scabs on my scalp) Ew. But wig covered em.
I am taking Victrelis. I am starting to see some hair loss and will switch to Nioxin shampoo pretty soon.
I have dealt with seborrheic dermatitis since I hit puberty. I get it on my scalp, eyebrows, chin (where facial hair grows), and my penis (both the base of the shaft where pubic hair grows as well as the glans). It presented in white flaky skin on the hair area and small red bumps and lesions on the groin area, which look very unfortunately like herpes (which I have been tested for several times and do not have).
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?
Antacid H2 blockers or proton pump inhibitors For Aphthous ulcers try: Mouthwash containing lidocaine/diphenhydramine/activated attapulgite followed by triamcinolone treatment For Nausea/vomiting try: Avoid cooking smells and food that triggers; small meals; acupressure bands; antiemetics; dronabinol For Diarrhea try: Fiber therapy; antidiarrheals For Dyspnea try: Modify activities; avoid smoke, cold air, and allergens; CXR if needed; oxygen PRN For Cough try: Fluids; humidifier; cough dro
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