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Itch (Latin: pruritus) is a Wikt:sensation that causes the desire or reflex to scratch. Itch has resisted many attempts to class...
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Benadryl 46,651 Hydrocortisone 13,169 Prednisone 9,452
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Cortizone 10
Other name: Aveeno (Aveeno)
Other name: Hydrocortisone (Hydrocortisone)
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Itching
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Itching
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Method of use:
Ointment
Method of use:
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OTC
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Pramocaine (International Nonproprietary Name and British Approved Name, also known as pramoxine) is a topical anesthetic used as an antipruritic.The popular itch cream Gold Bond uses pramocaine hydrochloride to numb sensitive skin as well as does ...
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Pramocaine (International Nonproprietary Name and British Approved Name, also known as pramoxine) is a topical anesthetic used as an antipruritic.The popular itch cream Gold Bond uses pramocaine hydrochloride to numb sensitive skin as well as does ...
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I have tried, aloe vera, caladryl, cortizone 10 and nothing...
" ...and please tell me what helps for the itching that is the worse part. I have tried, aloe vera, caladryl, cortizone 10 and nothing... "

my rash with clear caladryl and cortizone 10. It has...
" I treated my rash with clear caladryl and cortizone 10. It has cleared up thank... "

started out with caladryl, which seemed to give instant reli...
" ...effective topical ointment I found was Cortizone 10. We started out with caladryl, which seemed to give instant relief.... but that didn't seem ...and it was messy!!! The Cortizone 10 took a l... "

helped me alot, oh and it dried it up. It was wonderful...
" ...bathes, hydrocortizone, and cortizone 10 creams. I decided ...Chicken Pox. Yes Caladryl or also known ...wasnt itching it, caladryl helped me alot, oh and it dried it up. It was wonderful. No... "

Caladryl, Benedryl, Cortizone 10, Lanacane, antibiotic...
" ...thing. Like all of you, I have tried just about everything to get some relief. (except bleach) Gold Bond, athletes foot creams/sprays, Caladryl, Benedryl, Cortizone 10, Lanacane, antibiotic... "

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