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Clotrimazole Betamethasone Lotion

Reviewing: Taro Clotrimazole Betamethasone Lotion  |  Rating:
willow By willow on
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This lotion was prescribed to me by my doctor when a scratch on my hand had obviously gotten infected and developed persistent redness. In fact, the scratch itself had healed up, but the red spot would not go away. I tried different over-the-counter disinfecting and antibacterial remedies, but none of them helped. I figured it was time to go see the doctor, and the doctor prescribed me this.

The lotion is the generic version of Lotrisone Lotion. Despite that, it was quite expensive, I was charged something like $137 for two 30 ml bottles. (I have no idea why the doctor had prescribed two - the red spot was not at all large, and I have not even used up one bottle). The lotion was to be applied topically, twice a day. I did that faithfully, and the red spot was gone in a little over a week. In the process, I did not experience any burning, itching, of any other discomfort.

This medication worked very well, but I feel that I purchased far more than I needed and paid too much.