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Suspecting psoriasis. Advised to take Tricort 40 injection. Should I take injection?

i have been adviced to take tricort 40 injection tomorrow. I have recently developed skin boils and reddish scars on hands and now increasing on legs. I think they have suspected psoraisis.. Should I take this injection. In addition to this the doctor has perscribed Aceret 25 mg 2 tabs at night and Tab Atarax 10mg. Please advice
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
The condition your wife is suffering for can be folliculitis or furuncle.
You can use Tbact cream cream over the affected area twice daily .
Also you can use a good antibacterial soap like SOAPEX soap for bathing.

Inj tricort contains steroid which may worsen the condition and psoriasis also.
Better avoid the injection.
Acetret is good for psoriasis you can take it.Atarax is for itching and its safe.
Few prescription drugs and antibiotics can help a lot in cure of this problem.
Hope this helps.
I encourage you to visit a qualified dermatologist for confirmation of diagnosis and prescription medicines.

Answered: Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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