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Penis damaged by Locoid?
Hi, i did a big misstake. I used Locoid hydrcortisone 0,1% on my penis for 7 weeks becouse i got peeling skin. I...

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Thank you for posting the query,

Your question is a good one and you have provided with good information regarding your skin problem . I...

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Attention Dr. XXXXXXX Bhatti:

Below is a summary of your last response to me:


Thank you for following up.

1. It is normal for skin,...

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Thank you for your update.

1. 'Eczema' is chronic 'atopic dermatitis' which has all the symptoms: various rashes, redness, dryness,...

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Attention Dr. XXXXXXX Chawdra:

A couple weeks ago, we were corresponding in regards to my burning face. Below is a summary of our most recent...

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Thank you for the follow up,

I do remember our complete discussion.

You are right about the rebound phenomenon or what is actually...

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