Apply Taclonex ® Topical Suspension to areas affected by psoriasis 1 time a day for up to 8 weeks. You should stop treatment when your plaque psoriasis is under control, unless your doctor gives you other instructions. If you are 18 years of age or older, you should not use more than 100 grams of Taclonex ® Topical Suspension in 1 week. If you are 12 to 17 years of age, you should not use more than 60 grams of Taclonex ® Topical Suspension in 1 week. Use Taclonex ® Topical Suspension exactly as your doctor tells you to use it.
I've had these swollen glands and a handful of other very unpleasant symptoms for a couple of years now and my GP can't make head nor tails of it. The glands are mainly on my neck on the hairline and descending to my collar bone. There's a few on my scalp and armpits as well. There associated with really painful scalp acne and diffuse hairloss. This hairloss is sadly not limited to my scalp -- it can affect my eyebrows, eyelashes and pubic area also. Alongside all this is an itching that can occur anywhere on my body and last for several hours. There's no rash that accompanies it. My GP has done a whole battery of tests and apparently I'm completely healthy. My swollen nodes are"shotty" and nothing to be concerned about. The acne on my scalp, once an infection was ruled out was shrugged off and as for the generalized itching, I was prescribed a once-daily antihistamine that's done diddly squat.
Vaginal dryness and vaginal atrophy are common complaints in postmenopausal women. While these conditions do not produce serious consequences, they are a source of significant discomfort for many women. Hormone treatments are available that are very effective in reducing vaginal dryness, but whether or not to use hormone therapy is an individual decision that must consider the inherent risks and benefits of the treatment along with each woman's own medical history. Women with only mild symptoms may experience relief by using vaginal moisturizing agents and/or lubricants during sexual intercourse.