Triamcinolone spray

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Avatar m tn i have been using triamcinolone 55mcg nasal spray for maybe 3 or 4 days i stopped using it for 2 days its about to be three i have a really bad sinus headache could it be from me stopping the nasal spray? is that nasal spray addictive and im going through withdrawal?
Avatar m tn Decadron® (dexamethasone) 4 mg is not the therapeutic equivalent of Kenalog® (triamcinolone acetonide) 80 mg. Using the Lexi-Calc corticosteroid conversion formula, the ratio of the 2 would be close to 5:1. So it would take Decadron® (dexamethasone) 16 mg to be approximately the equivalent of Kenalog® (triamcinolone acetonide) 80 mg.
Avatar n tn If the smoke truly is the cause of your nasal inflammation and congestion, it is likely that a nasal steroid spray rather than more Kenalog® (triamcinolone acetonide), could provide relief of both inflammation and congestion, especially if used along with nasal washes. It is not a good idea to take repeated doses of Kenalog® (triamcinolone acetonide), if the problem is limited to or primarily in your nose.
Avatar n tn I had an operation three years ago for Polyps. After the operation my consultant prescribed me "Nasacort" nasal spray to delay the return of the polyps. My local surgery has now informed me that they have "rationalised" the medicines they prescribe and have changed my prescription to a generic version of Beconase. My concerned is that although these products belong to a similar genre they do not contain the same active ingredient and are therefore not the same.
Avatar n tn Hi, Topical corrticosteroids such as Triamcinolone ointment are indicated for the relief of the inflammatory and pruritic manifestations of skin dermatoses. Athlete's foot will not respond to this. Over-the-counter antifungal ointment, lotion, powder or spray such as Terbinafine, Clotrimazole or Miconazole my help with mild conditions. If the infection does not respond to the topical anti-fungals, you may need to go toa doctor for a prescription oral medication.
2091106 tn?1332821598 I have had it for a couple months and it hasn't gone away. I have been using Triamcinolone Acetonide cream from someone, but it hasn't helped. I don't have any money to see a doctor so any help would be great.
Avatar f tn Benadryl during the night Zyrtec/Claritin during the day Cool baths/showers Aveeno oatmeal lotion/body wash Eucerin lotion/body wash Gold Bond/CeraVe/Cetaphil lotion Clobestol Hydrocortisone Benadryl cream Avoid sun/heat pat body dry after shower stand outside in cool air or in front of open freezer door fan tea tree oil for blisters that are not open avoid perfumes Clobex spray drink water Caladryl no scratching or rubbing put oatmeal, cornstarch, and water in a blender to make a paste Coconu
Avatar m tn I first found that swimming in salt water helped, which around here is limited to two months, otherwise I use aloe to keep the skin moist, sunburn spray (with aloe and lidocaine) for when it itches and a Rx cream from the doc which is Triamcinolone asetonide. I have also used Aveeno lotion in the past. Good luck, hope this helps.
Avatar n tn Hi, 'If you have one or more small polyps, your doctor is likely to prescribe a corticosteroid nasal spray such as fluticasone (Flonase), triamcinolone (Nasacort), budesonide (Rhinocort), flunisolide (Nasarel) or mometasone (Nasonex). These medications relieve inflammation, increase nasal airflow and may help shrink polyps.' 'Treatment for nasal polyps may also involve surgery. When medications aren't effective, your doctor may recommend removing your polyps.
Avatar n tn Hi, 'If you have one or more small polyps, your doctor is likely to prescribe a corticosteroid nasal spray such as fluticasone (Flonase), triamcinolone (Nasacort), budesonide (Rhinocort), flunisolide (Nasarel) or mometasone (Nasonex). These medications relieve inflammation, increase nasal airflow and may help shrink polyps.' 'Treatment for nasal polyps may also involve surgery. When medications aren't effective, your doctor may recommend removing your polyps.
Avatar f tn If I use insect spray they will come back and sting me with whatever I spray them with. I stopped eating sugar, I use windex, the doctor gave me triamcinolone and cream and nothing worked, using mouthwash, vinegar and borax. They are a little better but still getting into my head and on my feet and the same on my husband. Also I cleans myself at night and feel free, however they are so bad in the house, when I move about in the house they get back on me. The doctor act like I a loosing my mind.
Avatar f tn probably the citrus ingredient they used and she prescribed Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream. I've been using it and it doesn't seem to be working. no improvement what so ever. And i've tried everything else. Calamine lotion, allergy medicine, nasal spray, even oragel hoping that maybe it would numb my nose, but to no avail. This is driving me crazy. it's so distracting and keeping me from really focusing at my job and school. any suggestions?
Avatar f tn I don't have a rash unless I itch the poke and than it will go away pretty fast if I don't itch. They gave me a cream called triamcinolone cream ups, 0.1% that doesn't work. I have been using my dogs spray for his hot spots instead and that has help. It's called natural antipuritic/faster healing skin care spay zn7 derm. Do I have some type of skin bug living in my arm biting me? What the heck is poking me? It's driving me crazy.
Avatar n tn I have used antifungual creams and steroids (Lotrimin cream, Tincatin spray) for the recommended time. Here lately Nystatin Cream USP and Triamcinolone Acetonide. Condition goes away for a bit and then comes back. What can this be? What else can I use? I am laying off steroids as I have heard they are not good for long term use. I am uncircumcised. Does this have anything to do with it? I have always cleaned well. I am very worried that this might never go away.
Avatar m tn Hi, in 2005 I switched from roll on deodorant to spray on deodorant and I got a rash in my armpit that itches so bad I HAVE to scratch it and it gets all red and stinky and I can litterly pull my underarm hair out by the clump with just a little tug and the only thing that with make it go away is spraying on some tinactin.
Avatar m tn So, I went to the ENT doctor and I was prescribed anti-biotics, nasal decongestant and anti-allergic, and a nasal spray containing triamcinolone acetonide. At the next visit, the doctor told me to continue using the spray, anti-allergic and nasal decongestant for 2 more weeks. But no more anti-biotics. I have to admit one thing here. I cannot use nasal correctly. Sometimes, I aimed it incorrectly and it would just flowed right down to the nose.
Avatar f tn I decided to take her to a different allgerist for a second opinion. At this point she was placed on Zyrtec 5mg BID, Orapred 15 mg q daily x 5 days and Triamcinolone cream BID. The plaques were beginning to get better and I have seen some encouraging results regarding them. However, 2 days after finishing the Orapred, she has developed an extremely itchy rash from her neck almost to her knees. The rash is slightly raised and red.
Avatar f tn I've tried hydrocortisone cream, anti-itch spray, Benedryl, etc., with no luck. The dermatologist currently said Zyrtec twice a day, Zantac once a day, and Triamcinolone cream twice a day. I only started the cream today but so far it hasn't alleviated the itching, and he said it should help within a few days. If it doesn't, he'll start me on a steroid regiment which would have some pretty negative side effects, so I'd like to avoid it if possible.
Avatar n tn //www.teatreeoiluses.com/ Put a little in a spray bottle and add water. Spray all over after a shower. No more itch! DO NOT TAKE ORALLY!! and get a good grade of it-I buy the one made by Desert Essence and it is of good grade - non irritating. You can buy it at your local health food store. I also have triamcinolone cream in the house always. If it gets old I get a new RX. It's wonderful for any type of itch-even bug bites.
Avatar n tn My boyfriend and I went a little over the top in the shower and used the detachable shower head in foreplay to spray water "down there" last night for probably 20 minutes on a pretty intense setting which did not hurt at all-- but then today I noticed after shaving that area the area where the clitoris is and the head has raw spots on it that are red and look like the skin has peeled off a layer or so.
Avatar f tn I have been told by another dr. to use Triamcinolone Acetonide which is a steroid cream and seems to help and almost cure but then it comes back again. I have tried Bactroban cream on my own just because im desperate but it doesnt really help either. It seems to be worse in the summer than winter but is still there then too. I have changed soaps. i do use Flonase nasal spray but had used it years before this started showing up. ive had it 3-4 years now.
Avatar f tn Well I went back to the doctors tonight and they chalked it up to a flare up of eczema due to stress and gave me Triamcinolone Acetonide cream USP, 0.1%. I have also used a spay I got for my dogs hot spots and it has worked pretty good. I was able to sleep after using it. Natural Antipruitic/Fosters Healing skin care spray. As for my lower back pain they chalked that up to just being over worked from my job. They did find a small trace amount of blood in my urine.
Avatar n tn Hi, Triamcinolone (trade name Kenalog) is a synthetic corticosteroid that can be injected into the subcutaneous area, as it may help alleviate stubborn swelling and decrease the presence of scar tissue. This drug is commonly used by Dermatologists by injection into Infected and swollen Sebaceous Cysts and scar adhesions. As with all steroid medications it comes with side effects, the most notable being being redness or pain at the injection site.
Avatar f tn In any case they all respond to corticosteroids applied to the affected area. So you could use Kenalog spray( Triamcinolone Acetonide Topical Aerosol USP)which is indicated for the relief of the inflammatory and pruritic i.e. itching manifestations of corticosteroid-responsive dermatoses. You could use anti-histamines for itching.
987762 tn?1331031553 //www.drugs.com/nasacort.html though this is about the nasal spray Nasacort AQ and there could be different nasacort nasal sprays lol i'll assume its what your using. It says "Nasacort AQ is a nasal spray that contains triamcinolone - an adrenocortical steroid." When I looked up what 'adrenocortical steriod' was this is the definition I got.... n adrenal corticosteroid 1.
407029 tn?1253996223 Sorry - I have it as well - I lotion up 3 times a day with st. ives collegen-elasatine or Aveno - do the oatmeal baths and add johoba oil to the bath - this really help) I also add it to my lotions. This seems weird but works for me. The sores that itch I put a thick layer of tinted clearasil and cover with a flexible bandaide for days at a time.
250701 tn?1320978365 My husband takes Hydroxyzine HCL (a strong antihistamine) and uses Triamcinolone (an ointment) when the rash is bad. Both are prescriptions. He also uses Eucerin body wash in the shower and Eucerin cream after the shower. When he had blisters on his back due to the rash, we put tea tree oil on them. I have also heard people say that pressing the itchy area up against a cold surface, stepping outside, standing in front of a fan, and putting ice on it helps.
Avatar m tn You might try the Biotene products (mouthwash, spray, toothpaste, etc.) to see if they will help. Tx contributes to changes in the salivary glands which create "dry mouth". Lots of people develop a bad taste in their mouth, distaste for foods and flavors and textures, and oral hygiene problems as a result of dry mouth. This may exacerbate your thrush condition. We have several forum members who struggled with thrush throughout tx.
Avatar n tn It was bothering a little when I worked a lot so I put some vaseline on it to protect it and Cortaid spray. Within a week it was worse and I went to see the PA at the dermatologists office. He thought it was a non-specific irritation and told me to use cutivate. After 5 days it was no better and we switched to Balmex. After a few more days it was still not better and actually worse. The PA did a skin scraping and found yeast present and prescribed Econazole.