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Wysolone for allergy in anal and vaginal area - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Hi Doctor
Doctor :   hello
User :   I was having severe allergy in the anal region and vaginal area also. It looked like
mosquito bites. First my doctor thought it was fungal infection. I was adviced to do sitz
bath, take alerid tablets and apply candid B ointment over the entire region.
However, that didnot help. I have very less 'white discharge' (only sometimes).
Then she gave me an injection (i think hydeocoet) and put me on 'Wysolane 10 mg'(9 days- 3
for first 3 days, 2 for next 3 days and 1 for next 3 days) and levocet (2 each for 5 days).
The allergy also started occuring on my hands and some parts of body, when I got up in
morning. My doctor adviced me to clean the bed and blankets, as she thought it could because
of dust or some insects on the bed. I did that, and felt little releaved. The allergies
started dying out.
Does wysolone have any side effects? Am I taking the correct medicines?
Doctor :   according to your history you may be havind some allergic reactions which has been treated
User :   It helped me...but I know..wysolone is a it harmful....i have taken it for 9 days + another 5 days now..that will complete tomorrow
Doctor :   since when you are using wysolone
Doctor :   and the dose of it
User :   let me chk
Doctor :   ok
User :   23th Dec till 31st Dec ('Wysolane 10 mg'(9 days- 3
for first 3 days, 2 for next 3 days and 1 for next 3 days))
User :   now again I have started taking for 5 days.....for the first 2 days..its 20mg and 3 tablets each
Doctor :   are you still continuing the mediacations
User :   now again I have started taking for 5 days.....for the first 2 days..its 20mg and 3 tablets each
User :   next 2 days 10 mg 2 tabs each
Doctor :   ok
User :   tomorrow is the last day 10mg 1 tablet
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Wysolone is a sterod
User :   ya Doctor told me that
User :   is it harmful???
Doctor :   which is used for severe allergy not responding to usual antihistaminics like cetrizine
Doctor :   it is not harmfull if you take it for short duration
User :   ya I had taken Alerid for 5 days
User :   but that didnt help
Doctor :   May be you were having severe allergic rashes
User :   ya right there were rashes too
User :   in the anal region...and very much itching
Doctor :   for short time it may cause severe gastritis
Doctor :   did you used any new panties or clothes
User :   This time doctor gave me tablet too to take every day before breakfst to prevent acidity NEXPRO
Doctor :   ok
User :   No I didnt use new clothes
Doctor :   that is good
User :   ok
User :   but the day I cleaned my bed and blankets...the next day..there were less allergies on the had started dying out
Doctor :   short term use of steriods sideeffects are upset, headache, dizziness, menstrual period changes (e.g., delayed/irregular/absent periods), trouble sleeping, increased sweating, acne, increased appetite, or weight gain may occur
User :   but the day I cleaned my bed and blankets...the next day..there were less allergies on the had started dying out
User :   short term many days or months????
Doctor :   you have been having allergy to dust , mites in the blankets and sometimes the fabric type can cause allergy
User :   ok
Doctor :   shoryt term means 5-10 days
User :   tomorrow it will be 14 days
Doctor :   it is ok
Doctor :   it is not that long
User :   Do u think if I stop the medicine, it will re occur again?
Doctor :   no there are less chances
Doctor :   but any way allergy has to be avoided
User :   ya right....
Doctor :   like taking precautions to lessen the allergens in the house
User :   ok
Doctor :   I advise you to wash your bedsheets once in a week
User :   ya I am doing it
Doctor :   soak it in hot water for 30 minutes
User :   ok
Doctor :   use good washing powder
User :   ok
Doctor :   avoid using blankets, instead use cotton bedsheets or RAJAI
User :   ya I was using blanket...but now I have started using cotton bed sheets
User :   ok
Doctor :   Which will be the mains source for allergens and mite4s
User :   right
User :   I never had such allergy was the first...
User :   first my doctor thought it could be a fungal infection
Doctor :   ok
User :   Thanks a lot Doctor....Thats all I wanted to know....I hope the allergy does not re-occur :)
Doctor :   don worry
Doctor :   juust make sure you
Doctor :   maintain good hygiene of these parts
User :   correct
Doctor :   by regular washing with soap and
Doctor :   apply some antifungal powder
Doctor :   incase there is any itching
User :   where do we get an antifunful powder?
User :   *antifungal
Doctor :   we can get it in the drug sytore
User :   we need to apply that in the itching region???
Doctor :   you can ask for nycil powder to start with... this will give you
Doctor :   yes you can just powder it there
User :   ok
User :   My Doctor had told me to apply lactocalamine..if there is any itching in the that also good enough?
Doctor :   yes that will do
Doctor :   calamine lotion prevents itching, has soothening effect on skin
User :   ok
Doctor :   do you have any more queries
User :   No, thats it...Thanks a lot again :)
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting HealthcareMagic. Bye for now. Please refer your friends to our service.
User :   Sure
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