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Evin 400 and Betadone tablets for Localised Liner Morphea, potential to deposit fat in liver. Can be taken for longer duration?

Hello Dr: My 4.5 year old daughter has been diagnosed with Localised Liner Morphea (schleoderma0 and has been prescribed to take Evin 400 and Betadone tablets regularly at night. I am told that these have a potential to deposit fat in Liver it soemthing to worry about. Can she have this as prescribed for a longer term.
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Oral steroids can accumulate fat within the body and liver. Evin should be a Vitamin E which is relatively safer drug.

I think your doctor is well aware of the above fact when he prescribed the medicine. It also means that you should follow up with him regarding the progress, adjusting dose and timely change in the prescription if the above mediction does not help.

I hope you are seeing Dermatologist / Rheumatologist for this.

Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 24 May 2012
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