Corticosteroid ointment for canker sores

I know what you mean I use a citzbath over the toilet.  You can get them online.  When I was recently in hospital the nurse made me one with a wash bowl over the toilet. It did overflow a little as she overfilled it but a towel around the base of the toilet will cope with this spillage easily.  Easier than squatting and I just read for 20 mins which I class as me time and I look forward to.  The water keeps comfortably warm for that time.  I actually use this during the day sometimes if I feel the need for a thorough clean up.  A flannel is all you need to dry off the area.  Easier than a bath soak.

There is no evidence of safe and effective use of topical corticosteroids in pregnant mothers. Therefore, they should be used only if clearly needed. Long term use and large applications of topical corticosteroids may cause birth defects in the unborn. It is not known whether topical corticosteroids enter breast milk. Therefore, caution must be exercised before using it in nursing mothers. Topical corticosteroids should not be applied to the breasts of nursing mothers unless the mothers instructed to do so by the physician.

The safety and efficacy of DIPROLENE Ointment for the treatment of corticosteroid-responsive dermatoses, psoriasis and atopic dermatitis, have been evaluated in three randomized active-controlled trials, two in psoriasis and one in atopic dermatitis . A total of 378 subjects, of whom 152 received DIPROLENE Ointment, were included in these trials. These trials evaluated DIPROLENE Ointment applied twice daily, for 14 days. DIPROLENE Ointment was shown to be effective in relieving signs and symptoms of psoriasis and atopic dermatitis.

Corticosteroid ointment for canker sores

corticosteroid ointment for canker sores


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