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Seborrheic dermatitis on scalp, prescribed propysal, fluderm tab, dancare shampoo. Right treatment?

hello sir, i have sebborrhoic dermatitis on my scalp since 4 yrs, earlier i used to Topisal lation and Ionax -T for 1year. but i have not get relief with this. now another skin specialist suggested me to aplly to propysal and fluderm tab and dancare plus shampoo for application. my question is it correct treatment? can i use effectively? can i get relief with these medications? please suggest me ur answers......
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
There is nothing to be worried about.
It can be seborrheic dermatitis.
You can use medicated shampoo like Salisia KT shampoo.
You can use Zydip C lotion once a day at scalp and skin.
Also you can take tablet Zyrtec for itching.
These will help a lot.
You have been prescribed correct medication .YOu can use them safely.You can expect improvement in 15 days.Have faith in doctor and continue use of the prescribed medicines.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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