Betamethasone Valerate Cream

Beta-methasone ointment cream

Beta-methasone valerate cream and ointment contain beta-methasone valerat USP, a synthetic adrenocorticosteroid for dermatological use. For use with cream, lotion or ointment: Beta-methasone valerate cream, ointment and lotion contain beta-methasone valerat USP, a synthetic adrenocortico steroid for dermatological use. repercussions Prickly, itchy, irritable, dry, or reddened skin may appear when this medicine is first used on the scalp. Symptoms should go away in a few weeks as your system adapts to the medicine. When any of these affects continue or get worse, inform your physician or chemist immediately.

Keep in mind that your physician has given this medicine a prescription because he or she has determined that the benefits for you are greater than the risks of side affects. A lot of persons who use this drug do not have severe side effect. Immediately tell your physician if any of these unlikely but serious side affects occur: pregnancy stripes, thining/discoloring your scalp, acid, extreme/unwanted alopecia, "hair loss" (folliculitis).

Dermatitis can get worsened if this medicine is used. Inform your physician immediately if erythema, flushing, or flushing do not heal. It is rare for this medicine to be taken by the body into the circulatory system. Doing so may cause side effect of too much Cortisone. The side effect is more likely in pediatric ians and those who take this medicine over a long period of times or over large parts of the body.

Immediately tell your personal physician if any of the following side affects occur: unusual/extreme fatigue, lose body mass, headaches, swelling your ankles/feet, increase thirst/urination, blurred eyes. Immediate emergency help if you develop signs of a serious sensitivity, including: eczema, pruritus /swelling (especially in the face/tongue/neck), serious lightheadedness, difficulty breathing.

It is not a full listing of possible side affects. In case you experience any other effect not mentioned above, consult your physician or chemist. Consult your physician for consultation on side effect medications. The FDA can be contacted at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch. to notify them of side effects. Drug use is also possible. Canada - Check with your physician for side effect information.

If you have any side effect, you can contact Health Canada at 1-866-234-234-2345.

repercussions

Prickly, itchy, irritable, dry, or reddened skin may appear when this medicine is first used on the scalp. Symptoms should go away in a few weeks as your system adapts to the medicine. When any of these affects continue or get worse, inform your physician or chemist immediately.

Keep in mind that your physician has given this medicine a prescription because he or she has determined that the benefits for you are greater than the risks of side affects. A lot of persons who use this drug do not have severe side effect. Immediately tell your physician if any of these unlikely but serious side affects occur: pregnancy stripes, thining/discoloring your scalp, acid, extreme/unwanted alopecia, "hair loss" (folliculitis).

Dermatitis can get worsened if this medicine is used. Inform your physician immediately if erythema, flushing, or flushing do not heal. It is rare for this medicine to be taken by the body into the circulatory system. Doing so may cause side effect of too much Cortisone. The side effect is more likely in pediatric ians and those who take this medicine over a long period of times or over large parts of the body.

Immediately tell your personal physician if any of the following side affects occur: unusual/extreme fatigue, lose body mass, headaches, swelling your ankles/feet, increase thirst/urination, blurred eyes. Immediate emergency help if you develop signs of a serious sensitivity, including: eczema, pruritus /swelling (especially in the face/tongue/neck), serious lightheadedness, difficulty breathing.

It is not a full listing of possible side affects. In case you experience any other effect not mentioned above, consult your physician or chemist. Consult your physician for consultation on side effect medications. The FDA can be contacted at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch. to notify them of side effects. Drug use is also possible. Canada - Check with your physician for side effect information.

If you have any side effect, you can contact Health Canada at 1-866-234-234-2345.

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