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(also known as Vanos, Fluocinonide)
For topical therapy of corticosteroid-responsive acute and chronic skin eruptions where an anti-inflammatory, anti-allergenic and antipruritic activity in the topical management is required. more at Wikipedia

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Overall, 81% (75 Members) find Lidex helpful

Lidex Reviews

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Working / Worked
In combination with Dovonex this works well.
Working / Worked
Working / Worked
For my elbows and knees. It definately helps. I just hate the greasy mess.
Working / Worked
Use this for less severe patches
Working / Worked
I only use this on my hands when they crack.
Working / Worked
I've used Lidex since I was 16 years old. This stuff is excellent
Somewhat Helpful
Worked as a temporary fix.
Somewhat Helpful
Worked but very expensive.
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works pretty wel but when I stop using redness and itching comes back in about two days. it is a potent steroid and I dont like using it so much on the penis
Somewhat Helpful
worked best..but can only use for a short amount of time...so i use it when i have a major flare-up.
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  1. Discussion: Tanning/UV Treatment
    Hey Fnkmstrbkim and everyone else, Try to get more whole food fruits and vegetables in your diet! My buddy has had Psoriasis since he was 17, and ... [More]
  2. Discussion: Plaquenil success
    Plaquenil is so-so for me. I have been on 300mg of Plaquenil daily for about 3 or 4 months now. I still have a minor heliotrope rash with some prett... [More]
  3. Discussion: Can't stop itching
    My doctor prescribed a topical lotion--fluocinonide or something close, a steroid, which helped. A nurse suggested using an ice patch on the itchiest ... [More]
  4. Discussion: Newly Diagnosed
    Thanks! I will have to mention the Fluocinonide to my doctor. I do have insurance. I still had a $50 copay for this little bottle of lotion though. I... [More]
  5. Discussion: Newly Diagnosed
    My doc prescribed Fluocinonide USP, 0.05% cream, 30g. Its $4 at Walmart Pharmacy. [More]