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What should I know about flurandrenolide cream before using it?

Some itchiness, redness, or burning may remain, or even increase, for a few days at the beginning of treatment. If the symptoms do not improve within a few days, tell your doctor. You should not use flurandrenolide cream if you have had allergic reactions to other corticosteroid treatments. Flurandrenolide cream can potentially pass into the blood stream through the skin, especially of small children, so carefully monitor growth and weight gain of anyone using flurandrenolide cream. Do not use cosmetic products during treatment. Discuss with your doctor your medical history, particularly diabetes, rosacea, and problems with blood circulation or your immune system, before using this medication.