Steroid cream for rash not working

Common (1% to 10%): Sinusitis, nasopharyngitis, upper respiratory tract infection , bronchitis
Uncommon (% to 1%): Cough, dyspnea, snoring, dysphonia
Rare (less than %): Pulmonary microembolism (POME) (cough, dyspnea, malaise, hyperhidrosis, chest pain, dizziness, paresthesia, or syncope) caused by oily solutions
Frequency not reported: Sleep apnea
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Q: Is hydrocortisone cream a good choice for treating a rash? A: It can be. Hydrocortisone is a corticosteroid drug that has anti-inflammatory effects. Hydrocortisone cream, ointment, or lotion has long been used to treat many skin conditions characterized by itching and rashes. The strongest formulation you can buy over the counter is 1%. Higher concentrations are available by prescription. Some skin conditions such as contact dermatitis, mild poison ivy or oak, allergies, and insect bites respond well to hydrocortisone. But skin disorders are hard to diagnose. If you’re sure that you have a mosquito bite or an allergic rash, for instance, then hydrocortisone is worth trying. If you’re not sure, get medical advice. Don’t use hydrocortisone on cuts, burns, acne , athlete’s foot, ringworm, cold sores , or a bacterial infection—it may make matters worse. Also, while psoriasis tends to get better with hydrocortisone, it usually rebounds. Although most labels say to use the hydrocortisone cream for seven days, if your skin hasn’t started to clear up after 72 hours, see a doctor. You might need a stronger formulation or a different type of topical steroid—or you might not need a steroid at all. Long-term use reduces hydrocortisone’s effectiveness. Excessive use of prescription-strength cream may cause adrenal gland problems and loss of subcutaneous fat—giving skin a “tissue paper” appearance. Children should not use hydrocortisone creams unless their doctor has advised it. Also see Warts: Types and Remedies . Published June 24, 2016 Print

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I have had a rash & pimples on my face since I was a teenager, I am now 34 and am from Africa. I have been using a product called Bio Claire which worked very well the past 10 years but I stopped using it about a month ago because of concerns over an ingredient called BHT in it. I now have an itchy face, with rash around my chin area and over my cheeks and forehead. Sometimes there are small light-coloured patches on my face. My nose and the area around it is free of all blemishes, though it is rather oily. Can you help? I don’t know what to use to cleanse my face or moisturise it or to get rid of the rash.

Last year I developed a rash under my eyes and I was promptly prescribed hydrocortisone cream. It didn't help much and the doctor referred me to see a dermatologist. I was told to keep using the hydrocortisone and I was discharged. As the steroid cream didn't help I searched the internet for another remedy and that's how I came across a product called Magicream. It claims it only contains natural ingredients and it promised to clear up my rash. I was so excited! I have recently found out that the cream in fact contains Clobetasol Propionate and Ketoconazole. I was devastated to find this out especially since side effects include red spots and a burning sensation! When I stopped using the cream the side effects were terrible - I don't need to tell you as you know how the withdrawal of steroid can affect ones face. I then did a search on line and found your website which made so much sense and helped me to understand what was happening with my skin. I ordered the Face & Body Wash and the Face & Neck TheraCream and I have been symptom FREE ever since. Thank you from a once frustrated person!! Trish Managold, UK

Steroid cream for rash not working

steroid cream for rash not working

Last year I developed a rash under my eyes and I was promptly prescribed hydrocortisone cream. It didn't help much and the doctor referred me to see a dermatologist. I was told to keep using the hydrocortisone and I was discharged. As the steroid cream didn't help I searched the internet for another remedy and that's how I came across a product called Magicream. It claims it only contains natural ingredients and it promised to clear up my rash. I was so excited! I have recently found out that the cream in fact contains Clobetasol Propionate and Ketoconazole. I was devastated to find this out especially since side effects include red spots and a burning sensation! When I stopped using the cream the side effects were terrible - I don't need to tell you as you know how the withdrawal of steroid can affect ones face. I then did a search on line and found your website which made so much sense and helped me to understand what was happening with my skin. I ordered the Face & Body Wash and the Face & Neck TheraCream and I have been symptom FREE ever since. Thank you from a once frustrated person!! Trish Managold, UK

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