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Taking 40 mg tricort injection for skin itching. Could this be help to cure ?

my skin doctor gave tricort inj 40 mg one month back for itching which reappears at a different place than where it was earlier. since last three years i am having this skin problem. i am on pacemaker since april 2010 and bp drugs as well as insulin. i also had mycrdial infarction in 1988. skin doctor has asked me to repeat 40 mg tricort inj. tomorrow. should i go back to him ?
Asked On : Tue, 8 Feb 2011
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tricort is given to reduce inflammation and itching.
it is relatively a safe drug.
i does not have damaging effect on your heart valves. adverse effects are rare and in some circumstances unavoidable. hence any drug given i titrated and given to the best need of the patient in the best interest of the patient.
i hope i have answered your doubt.
take care and have a speedy recovery
Answered: Sun, 14 Aug 2011
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welcome to HCM.i suppose there in no need for injection.You can try tablets for this reason of itching.So have a word with your doctor.I will suggest you go for homoeopatic treatment for your skin ailments, its safe gentle and effective.
Answered: Sun, 14 Aug 2011
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