Exenate Pomat

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%0.1 30G



Generic Name (Ingredient)

Each 1 G Exenate Contains 1 Mg Methylprednisolone Aseponate (0.1%)

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1 review for Exenate Pomat

  1. Shuaip

    I want for my self. For personal problems. I’m not a pharmacist

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

      Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Shuaip, this is WikiKenko.

      Methylprednisolone aceponate is a prescription medication and should only be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional. It is important to consult with a doctor before using this medication to determine if it is appropriate for your condition and to obtain a prescription. Self-medicating with prescription medications can be dangerous and may result in harmful side effects.

      Methylprednisolone aceponate (MPA) is a corticosteroid medication used to treat eczematous disorders and other inflammatory skin conditions. It has been shown to provide rapid, reliable and highly effective treatment with excellent local and systemic tolerability. MPA is available in a wide range of formulations (0.1%), including cream, ointment, fatty ointment, milk and solution. It has been shown to be effective in the treatment of facial and scalp eczema and sunburn and has shown promising results in the treatment of psoriasis.

      Common side effects of topical corticosteroids like Methylprednisolone aceponate may include skin irritation, dryness, itching, burning or redness at the application site. More serious side effects are rare but may include thinning of the skin, stretch marks, and changes in skin color.

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