It is used in redness and swelling
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To avoid dangerous drug-drug interactions, people should consult a pharmacist or doctor before they take prescription drugs and OTC drugs at the same time. People who have chronic disorders should also consult a pharmacist or doctor. An unanticipated reaction, such as a rash or insomnia, is a signal to stop taking the drug immediately and obtain medical advice.
Who should not Take
Drug should not be given to Pregnant Mothers, patients suffering from Kidney dysfunction, and Neonates.
Atrophy, steroid purpura, steroid purpura, skin fragility, angioedema, perioral dermatitis, vertigo, headache, diarrhea, fever, anxiety, constipation, abdominal pain, sweating, erythema, hypotension, arthralgia, acne, hypersensitivity reactions, menstrual irregularity, cataract, hypertrichosis, pigmentation, superficial blood vessels dilatation, local hypopigmentation.
Hypersensitivity, herpes simplex infections, acne vulgaris, rosacea, perioral dermatitis, hypersensitivity, napkin eruption, perioral pruritus, genital pruritus, gravitational ulceration, systemic fungal or acute infections.