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Temovate (Clobetasol Topical) - Reviews, Ratings, Comments by Patients

 
 



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Below are Temovate (Clobetasol Topical) reviews, ratings, comments submitted by patients and caregivers. Based on a total of 2 ratings/reviews, Temovate has an overall score of 7. The effectiveness score is 6 and the side effect score is 10. The scores are on ten point scale: 10 - best, 1 - worst. This information is not vetted and should not be cosidered as clinical evidence.
 

Temovate review by 46 year old female patient

  Rating
Overall rating:  
Effectiveness:   Moderately Effective
Side effects:   No Side Effects
  
Treatment Info
Condition / reason:   dyshidrosis
Dosage & duration:   twice daily (dosage frequency: twice daily) for the period of two weeks
Other conditions:   noce
Other drugs taken:   None
  
Reported Results
Benefits:   The resulting small, fluid-filled blisters (vesicles) most commonly occur on the palms and fingers of your hands and on the soles and toes of your feet. The blisters usually last for three to four weeks. The blisters often cause intense itching. Scratching the blisters can damage the skin and, in some cases, lead to infection. Once the blisters dry, they often leave cracks and painful grooves (fissures) in your skin. Risk factors Dyshidrosis occurs twice as often in women as in men. Other risk factors include: * Stress, because dyshidrosis appears to be more common during times of stress * Exposure to metal salts, such as chromium, cobalt and nickel usually through cement or mechanical work * Having seasonal allergies, such as hay fever * Frequently exposing your skin to water or other wet substances
Side effects:   The resulting small, fluid-filled blisters (vesicles) most commonly occur on the palms and fingers of your hands and on the soles and toes of your feet. The blisters usually last for three to four weeks. The blisters often cause intense itching. Scratching the blisters can damage the skin and, in some cases, lead to infection. Once the blisters dry, they often leave cracks and painful grooves (fissures) in your skin. Risk factors Dyshidrosis occurs twice as often in women as in men. Other risk factors include: * Stress, because dyshidrosis appears to be more common during times of stress * Exposure to metal salts, such as chromium, cobalt and nickel usually through cement or mechanical work * Having seasonal allergies, such as hay fever * Frequently exposing your skin to water or other wet substances
Comments:   The resulting small, fluid-filled blisters (vesicles) most commonly occur on the palms and fingers of your hands and on the soles and toes of your feet. The blisters usually last for three to four weeks. The blisters often cause intense itching. Scratching the blisters can damage the skin and, in some cases, lead to infection. Once the blisters dry, they often leave cracks and painful grooves (fissures) in your skin. Risk factors Dyshidrosis occurs twice as often in women as in men. Other risk factors include: * Stress, because dyshidrosis appears to be more common during times of stress * Exposure to metal salts, such as chromium, cobalt and nickel usually through cement or mechanical work * Having seasonal allergies, such as hay fever * Frequently exposing your skin to water or other wet substances

 

Temovate review by 49 year old male patient

  Rating
Overall rating:  
Effectiveness:   Moderately Effective
Side effects:   No Side Effects
  
Treatment Info
Condition / reason:   Dyshidrosis
Dosage & duration:   0.05% (dosage frequency: 2x per day) for the period of 2 weeks
Other conditions:   None
Other drugs taken:   None
  
Reported Results
Benefits:   reduced symptoms after using the cream for a total of two months.
Side effects:   There were no apparent side effect from using this treatment.
Comments:   cream applied twice per day for two weeks. one week without treatment and than two weeks on the treatment. Repeat this regiment until symptoms are reduced or disappear.
 


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