Topical Steroid Withdrawal Symptoms

Topical steroid withdrawal symptoms usually develop within days to weeks after stopping a topical steroid medication or going on a lower dose. In general, people who develop topical steroid withdrawal can develop one of two main types of rashes: erythematoedematous (“red and swollen”) and papulopustular (“bumpy”). Clinical features differ between the two types, but there … Continue reading Topical Steroid Withdrawal Symptoms