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Does Tretinoin cause Seborrheic Dermatitis?

#50 in Tretinoin discussions - 23 posts discuss Seborrheic Dermatitis with Tretinoin. Seborrheic Dermatitis is #50 concern in Tretinoin discussions.

Does Tretinoin cause Seborrheic Dermatitis?

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one of the long term side effects of Rosacea is seborrhoea...
| www.weightwatchers.com
" *My* dermatologist told me to use tretinoin because one of the long term side effects of Rosacea is seborrhoea acne. Regular limited use of Retin-A especially on the inner... "

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owever, I also suffer the occasional seborrheic dermatitis...
| www.skincaretalk.com
" Tretinoin Ketoconazole I've used tretinoin .025 cream for the past ten weeks. However, I also suffer the occasional seborrheic dermatitis outbreak which I quell with 2 percent ketoconazole cream.... "

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ell but the side effects were itching and burning sensation....
" ...on shoulders, marks. Used tretinoin, some relief. Permanent cure? Hi doctor, i have been suffering from seborrheic dermatitis from the past 2 yrs.. I used tretinoin initially, it worked well but the... "

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oid getting it even close to the areas where the seborrhea...
| www.medhelp.org
" I have been trying to use the tretinoin cream my dermatologist rxed ...my scalp, eyelids, and ears.  Is the tretinoin harmful to seborrhea and I should avoid getting it even close to the areas where the... "

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me to take 0.05% tretinoin cream orally? I can't get hol...
| www.hairlosstalk.com
" ...it going to be bad for me to take 0.05% tretinoin cream orally? I can't get hold of tablets easily. ...to take 2.5-5 mg of tretinoin maybe 3 times a week to stop my seborrhea (so I'd need about 50-100ul... "

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n response to the tretinoin cream. Seborrheic dermatitis i...
| www.medhelp.org
" ...It can be due to seborrheic dermatitis or eczematous patch in response to the tretinoin cream. Seborrheic dermatitis is a common skin condition ...different for both. Also get lupus or rosacea ruled out.... "

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a treatment on a regular basis to keep the seborrhea in...
| www.keratin.net
" Once seborrhea starts it is difficult to ...re-occurs after apparently successful treatment. Tretinoin and similar are used as ...regular basis to keep the seborrhea in... "

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your help. i used tretinoin and salycilic acid topicals...
| www.acne.org
" ...need your help. i used tretinoin and salycilic acid topicals for ...-severe acne and was diagnosed with mild seborrheic dermatitis. i am torn between starting ...treatments. now, i only use cetaphil cleanser... "

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an irritate my seborrheic dermatitis! What do you s...
| www.keratin.net
" ...my scalp: minoxidil 2%? minoxidil 5% tretinoin? I´m really in a mess, because I don´t know if a long treatment with minoxidil or other chemicals can irritate my seborrheic dermatitis! What do you... "

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ruff, 4 Seborrhoea ( scalp)Personal hygiene with removal o...
| www.healthcaremagic.com
" ...zinc oxide. 3 Dandruff, 4 Seborrhoea ( scalp) Personal hygiene with ...If once hairs dried use, Minoxidil tretinoin azelaic acid solution for... "

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