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  2. Mar 16, 2022 · In occasional cases, patients may use short-term topical cortisone (steroid) preparations of minimal strength to reduce local inflammation. Some mild steroids include desonide lotion or hydrocortisone 1% cream applied sparingly once or twice a day just to the irritated areas. There is a risk of causing a rosacea flare by using topical steroids.

  3. NSC-19893; RO 2-9757; Pharmacology Indication. For the topical treatment of multiple actinic or solar keratoses. In the 5% strength it is also useful in the treatment of superficial basal cell carcinomas when conventional methods are impractical, such as with multiple lesions or difficult treatment sites.

  4. The doctor prescribed cortisone cream and prednizone. <br/><br/><br/>It is now day 19 (day 6 of recovery after 13 days of applying efudix), and i have cried every day, sometimes all day, moiturised everyday, morning, noon, night and sometimes inbetween. The dry patches have sloughed off in the moisturiser.

  5. Using Efudex for actinic keratoses In 2014, when I was first prescribed Efudex for treatment of recurring actinic keratoses on my chest, I had very few questions because I assumed I was going to be applying a cream not unlike others I already used.

  6. Nov 30, 2022 · What are they: “Seborrheic keratoses are skin-colored or brown, warty bumps that typically develop on the chest, back, extremities, and around the bra line,” says Zeichner. They’re harmless ...

  7. Rosacea does not resolve on its own, and untreated rosacea can worsen over time. Unlike acne, self-treating with over-the-counter products may not help, and may even irritate skin more — causing more redness and bumps. Your family doctor or dermatologist can prescribe various treatments and recommend appropriate skin care products and cosmetics.

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