| RE QUESTION Yes or No....Would you ever put either/both of your parents in a Care Centre/Nursing Home???
|I noticed a lot of people answered definately NOT
what if the parent was incontinent, agressive, deranged due to altzeimer's etc.
Could you really cope with ...
| Will this sadness ever go away?
|I have become extremely depressed, and before you say, I have already made an appointment to see my doctor. I just wanted to know if any one out there is also going through this illness. I feel ...
| I think my friend is cutting herself.?
|Last Thursday, my friend and I noticed all kinda of scars on our other friend's wrists. We got a little worried, and asked her why they were there. At first, she said she was cutting herself. L...
| I've just been to a funeral. Can you help me with a question?
|I've visited the funeral of my sisters' best friends' mother. She was only 52. Cancer. The family are devestated. How long does the whole "grieving process" take? Is there ...
| This is very personal, ashamed to share, but i am at my wits end?
|My son was a good lad, he joined the army at 16, excelled, he went all over the world, doing all sorts, jumping out of planes, bull run in spain etc. I was so proud! He was posted to Iraq, excelled ...
| know one understands me my life is miserable i cant stop crying?
|people say im emo i cut myself and cry alot but i cant stop i need help
my parents don't know about it but my friends do cuz they do it too im scared to tell my ...
| POLL : Do antidepressants really help?
1. Yes, ( i took/take them)
2. Yes, ( i never took them, but i know.)
3. No, ( i took/take them)
4. No, ( i never took them, but i know.)
5. They dont help as much ...
| Song that makes you cry?
|Please post a youtube link to the saddest song (or songs) you know.
The song that makes me cry wins!
LINKS PLEASE. LINKS LINKS LINKS. :)...
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USES: This is a corticosteroid medication used to treat certain skin conditions (e.g., dermatitis or psoriasis). Do not use this medication to treat diaper rash.
| Pandel |
This is a corticosteroid medication used to treat certain skin conditions (e.g., dermatitis or psoriasis). Do not use this medication to treat diaper rash.
- Do not share this medication with others.
- This medication has been prescribed for your current condition only.
- Do not use it later for a skin condition unless told to do so by your doctor.
- A different medication may be necessary in those cases.
- Inform all your doctors you use or have used this medication.
- Laboratory and/or medical tests may be performed to monitor your progress.
- Store at room temperature between 59 and 86 degrees F (15 - 30 degrees C) away from light and moisture.
- HOW TO USE THIS MEDICATION: Clean and dry the affected area.
- Apply a thin layer of the medication to the affected area and massage gently until the medication disappears.
- This medication is generally used once or twice daily until the skin condition is healed, or as directed by your doctor.
- Use this medication on the skin only.
- Do not allow the medication to get into the eyes.
- Do not use this medication on the face, underarms, groin area or diaper area unless directed by your doctor.
- Do not bandage, wrap or cover the affected area while using this medication, unless directed to do so by your doctor.
- If the affected area worsens or does not heal within 2 weeks, contact your doctor.
- Burning, pain or redness at the application site may occur.
- If these effects persist or worsen, notify your doctor.
- Unlikely but report promptly itching, extra hair growth, changes in skin appearance, dryness or thinning of the skin.
- Very unlikely but report promptly vision problems, headache, increased thirst or urination, nausea, unusual weakness, weight loss, or dizziness.
- In the unlikely event you have an allergic reaction to this drug, seek immediate medical attention.
- Symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, itching, swelling, dizziness or trouble breathing.
- If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
- Tell your doctor your medical history, including any allergies, diabetes, liver disease or current skin infections.
- Though very unlikely, it is possible this medication will be absorbed into your bloodstream.
- This may have undesirable consequences that may require additional corticosteroid treatment.
- This is especially true for children and for those who have used this medication for an extended period if they also have serious medical problems such as serious infections, injuries or surgeries.
- This precaution applies for up to one year after stopping use of this drug.
- Consult your doctor or pharmacist for more details.
- Use with caution in children, as they may be more sensitive to the effects of this medication, including possible growth pattern changes.
- Consult their doctor for more details.
- This medication should be used only when clearly needed during pregnancy.
- Discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor.
- It is not known whether this drug is excreted into breast milk.
- Consult your doctor before breast-feeding.
- If you miss a dose, use it as soon as you remember.
- If it is near the time of the next dose, skip the missed dose and resume your usual dosing schedule.
- Do not "double-up" the dose to catch up.
- Tell your doctor of all nonprescription and prescription medication you may use, especially other corticosteroids (e.g., prednisone) or drugs you apply to your skin.
- Do not start or stop any medicine without doctor or pharmacist approval.