How long does is recovery time for dermetites sorbetis
2 weeks would improve SD remarkably; thereafter maintenance treatment
Hello. Thank you writing to us.
Various treatment options for seborrheic dermatitis/ SD include...
-Topical antifungals like ketoconazole, oxiconazole, sertaconazole etc;
-Oral antifungals like itraconazole, fluconazole etc;
-Topical immunomodulators like tacrolimus, pimecrolimus.
These treatment modalities may be used either singly Or in combination. Treatment usually brings about a remarkable improvement in SD in just a few days to 2 weeks time, depending on extent and severity of initial involvement.
However since SD may recur therefore maintenance treatment with topical immunomodulators and/ or topical antifungals may be required to keep this skin condition in remission.
please see into the the pics of this dermetites as well as prescription which specialist gave me it has reduced a bit but very less I am consuming medicens around for 3 weeks and there is very little response.
The mediciene prescribed is good or not how effective they are etc
Use a moderately potent topical steroid
I have reviewed the Images. I can see patches of dry and scaly skin over the beard area, on either side.
I suggest you to use a moderately potent topical steroid e.g either Fluticasone propionate 0.05% cream Or betamethasone valerate 0.05% cream, twice daily, over the affected area.
and along with that should I continue the cream that u prescribed
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