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Which medicine available in USA can I use to cure psoriasis ?

I have used a cream named Trigentax to treat psoriasis and it was wonderful, I moved to USA and now I have no access to this medication because it is not for sale here. Is there something similar to Trigentax in the USA or at least is there a good cream OTC to treat a severe case of psoriasis? please help, I m a woman and very depressed with my psoriasis, it s driving me insane.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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Hi...dear laura..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
TRIGENTAX....Cada 100 g contains.... clotrimazol 1,0 g; neomicin and betametasone (17 valerate) .,
it is not useful for PSORIASIS..How it works for PSORIASIS..,
So don't use it..,
In USA...Anit psriatic preparation available...,
Tar, Anthralin, Tazarotene, Calciprotriol and Calciprotriol and Betamethasone..,
are good for PSORISIS....These are available in USA...ok thanQ
Answered: Tue, 1 May 2012
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