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Temovate

No Prescription

Temovate is prescribed to patients who are suffering from medical conditions such as eczema, allergic reactions, and psoriasis.
Temovate is prescribed in the treatment of inflammations caused by some medical conditions such as eczema, allergic reactions, and psoriasis.
Temovate is a medicine that belongs to a wide class of drugs known as topical steroids.

Temovate and Cormax relieve the itching and inflammation of moderate to severe skin conditions. The scalp application is prescribed for short-term treatment of scalp conditions; the cream, ointment, emollient cream, and gel are prescribed for short-term treatment of skin conditions on the body. The products contain a steroid medication for external use only.

Side Effects

Temovate side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Blistering;
- Blurred vision;
- Burning;
- Fatigue;
- Halos around lights;
- Insomnia;
- Irregular heartbeat;
- Itching;
- Mood changes;
- Peeling;
- Prolonged redness;
- Redness;
- Skin thinning;
- Stretch marks;
- Weight gain;

Temovate side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Stinging;
- Shrinking Of The Skin;
- Reddened Skin;
- Patches;
- Numbness Of Fingers;
- Itching;
- Irritation;
- Cracking/Fissuring;
- Burning;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Temovate may also be known as:
- Alticort;
- Butavate;
- Clarelux;
- Clobegalen;
- Clobesol;
- Clobex;
- Clob-X;
- Clodavan;
- Cortalen C;
- Cortopic;
- Dermacare;
- Dermaclob;
- Dermadex;
- Dermexane;
- Dermklobal;
- Dermovate;
- Dermoxin;
- Dermoxinale;
- Dhabesol;
- Dhabesol;
- Eurobetsol;
- Gamavate;
- Glevate;
- Karison;
- Koniderm;
- Lobate;
- Lobevat;
- Medodermone;
- Olux;
- Perfracort;
- Propiosol;
- Psoderm;
- Psorex;
- Psorin;
- P-Vate;
- Ribatra;
- Rubocort;
- Salac;
- Stivate;
- Therapsor;
- Topifort;
- Xinder;

Dosage.

ADULTS AND CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND OLDER

Apply the medication to the affected area 2 times a day, once in the morning and once at night. Treatment should not last for more than 2 consecutive weeks, and the affected area should not be covered with a bandage. No more than 50 grams or 50 ml per week (approximately one large tube or bottle) should be used.
(c) 2017