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Chemical Name: Diflucortolone Valerate

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  Product Manufacturer Country Dosage Quantity Price($USD)    
Nerisone Regular Cream (ON BACKORDER) Stiefel Canada 0.1 %/30 gm 1 $30.99
Nerisone Oily Cream (ON BACKORDER) Stiefel Canada 0.1 %/30 gm 1 $30.99
Nerisone Oily Cream (ON BACKORDER) Stiefel Canada 0.1 %/60 gm 1 $52.99
Nerisone Ointment (ON BACKORDER) Stiefel Canada 0.1 %/30 gm 1 $30.99

Nerisone Information:

Nerisome (Diflucortolone) is a synthetic corticosteroid and is used to decrease inflammation in the skin. There is a range of potencies of corticosteroids applied to the skin. Nerisome (Diflucortolone) 0.1% is classed as a potent corticosteroid. It is prescribed to treat inflammatory skin disorders such as eczema and dermatitis. Nerisome (Diflucortolone) is available as a cream, oily cream or ointment. The cream is most suitable for weepy areas of skin, as it is less greasy than the other two formulations and allows secretions from the skin to drain away. It is also more suitable for moist or hairy areas of skin. The oily cream is slightly more greasy and is suitable for skin that is neither weeping nor very dry. The ointment is more greasy again, and is suitable for very dry skin conditions. It provides a layer of oil on the surface of the skin that helps to prevent water from evaporating, thereby reducing dryness and scaling.

Nerisone Side Effects:

Burning sensation, dryness of the skin, itching, redness of the skin, skin irritation and also stinging are all side effects which are associated with the use of Nerisone. It is important that if you do experience any side effect from using Nerisone that you inform you doctor immediately. If the side effects persist and become worse then you should seek emergency medical aid. Acne, painful red skin, stretch marks and also a softening of the skin are all other less serious side effect, of which you may encounter whilst using Nerisone.

There may be other medications which interfere with Nerisone, and it is important that you inform your doctor of any other medications that you currently take, this includes all over the counter drugs and all other prescription medications. It is important that you do not continue to use Nerisone after you have finished your prescription or your instructions from the doctor. This is because it can lead to an over absorption of the active ingredients.

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