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Hydrocortisone vs Polysporin

Hydrocortisone
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Polysporin
Other name: Cortef (Cortef)
Other name: Double Antibiotic (Double Antibiotic)
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Cortisol (hydrocortisone) is a corticosteroid hormone, or glucocorticoid, produced by the adrenal gland. It is released in response to stress (medicine) and a low level of blood glucocorticoids. Its primary functions are to increase blood sugar through g...
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Polysporin is a line of antibiotic ointments produced by Johnson & Johnson used in the prevention of infection and speeding the healing of wounds. The original formulation contains bacitracin and polymyxin B.In the United States, Polysporin is less popul...
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About Hydrocortisone
Cortisol (hydrocortisone) is a corticosteroid hormone, or glucocorticoid, produced by the adrenal gland. It is released in response to stress (medicine) and a low level of blood glucocorticoids. Its primary functions are to increase blood sugar through g...
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About Polysporin
Polysporin is a line of antibiotic ointments produced by Johnson & Johnson used in the prevention of infection and speeding the healing of wounds. The original formulation contains bacitracin and polymyxin B.In the United States, Polysporin is less popul...
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I was also told I can resume daily tasks but no working...
" ...everything looks great. The itching I had was caused by an allergic reaction to the polysporin so now I'm using a 1% hydrocortisone cream. I was also told I can resume daily tasks but no working out... "

nd what do you reccomend I use as a cream hydrocortisone?...
" ...burning while urinating. Using polysporin ointment, some relief. Will hydrocortizone help? ...burns when I pee. I have been putting polysporin ointment which I ve ...do you reccomend I use as a... "

regular hydrocortisone was, so I guess she was good for...
" ...alot better tonight. The derm gave me a tube of \"nerisone oily cream\", it's a ...it's worked much better than regular hydrocortisone was, so I guess she was good for something! lol The ...plastic surgery... "

fter hydrocortisone did nothing for me! I tried Benedryl t...
" #20 The rash is finally subsiding after I started putting Dragon Mist topical spray on it. Who knew that some nose piercing spray I got would help after hydrocortisone did nothing for... "

healing and also keeps skin from turning red. It's worked...
" I would try Hydrocortisone cream a few times ...and turning red, the Polysporin speeds the healing and also keeps skin from turning red. It's worked for me, just... "

polysporin, and hydrocortisone. It works really well. Make...
" ...wks and I still have some discomfort. Nothing like in the ...parts of monistat or lotrimin, polysporin, and hydrocortisone. It works really well. Make sure ...nipple before nursing! Also I found ibuprofen... "

ointment for cracked and sore nipples. It's helped...
" My lactation consultant recommended polysporin (similar to neosporin) and 1% hydrocortisone ointment for cracked and sore nipples. It's... "

said I could use some hydrocortisone when itchy but not...
" ...and Doc said to use Polysporin (not sure if it is ...It is a little itchy too. They said I could use some hydrocortisone when itchy but not too much as supposedly Hydrocortisone thins the skin--who knew?... "

Doctor said use hydrocortisone Cream for the inflammation,...
" ...over a month now. Doctor said use hydrocortisone Cream for the inflammation, miconazole cream to fight ...likely yeast infection that started it, then polysporin to to help with healing. ...left. However... "

her nipples. I made the mixture and it is really helping!...
" ...mixed equal parts of Gyne-Lotrimin, Polysporin and Hydrocortisone and put the mixture on her nipples. I made the mixture and it is really helping! As well I'm trying ...gets better! On Monday I was in... "

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