Hydrocortisone Coupon and Discount

Our Hydrocortisone coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Hydrocortisone is a prescription drug that treats skin irritation, allergic disorders and ulcerative colitis. The original cash price of Hydrocortisone is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Hydrocortisone coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Hydrocortisone.
Hydrocortisone Overview
Drug Name: hydrocortisone
Brand Name(s): Solu-cortef
Drug Class: corticosteroids
Treats: skin irritation, allergic disorders, ulcerative colitis

Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone is a naturally occurring corticosteroid generated by the adrenal glands. These Corticosteroids have powerful anti-inflammatory substances and are administered in many inflammatory situations such as colitis, asthma, bronchitis, allergies, ear infections, skin rashes and arthritis. Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone works by preventing tissues from reacting to inflammations. Acetic acid also alters the body's reaction to certain body immune stimulation.

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    hydrocortisone Coupon
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  • hydrocortisone Uses

    Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone is a combination medication used to treat external ear (otic) infections such as swimmer's ear. Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone is made of two drugs. Acetic acid functions by inhibiting the development of fungus and bacteria. Hydrocortisone is a steroid which helps to reduce the redness, itching and swelling from the infection. There are many hydrocortisone products out there which can be bought with no prescription. A few products require that you have a prescription. Seek advice from your pharmacist on product choice best for your situation. Note this medication may be used for other purposes not discussed here.

  • hydrocortisone Dosage

    The dosage of Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone varies from one patient to another. Adhere to your doctor's instructions or the guidelines on the label. The following dosage information only includes the average amounts of this drug. If your dosage is different, don't change it until your doctor instructs you to do so. This product is offered in a variety of forms. Adult Dosage for Dermatitis/Eczema/Psoriasis (Cream, solution, gel, ointment or lotion):

    • On the affected part apply 2-4 times daily
  • hydrocortisone Side Effects

    Like all other drugs, side effects may appear when taking Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone: These include;

    • burning sensation,
    • dryness or irritation at the application area
    • unusual hair growth
    • acne
    • skin thinning or discoloration
    • 'hair bumps' or stretch-marks

    If the above adverse effects worsen or persist alert your doctor/pharmacist promptly. If the treated section begins to bleed, particularly if you're using Acetic Acid for anal itching, alert your doctor right away. A very severe allergic response to this drug is unusual. However, get speedy medical attention if you observe any symptoms of a severe allergic effect, including:

    • Rash
    • Trouble breathing
    • Itching/swelling (throat/face/tongue especially)
    • Severe dizziness

    Note this isn't a complete list of all potential side effects. If you come across other adverse effects not listed here, get in touch with your doctor/pharmacist.

  • hydrocortisone Interactions

    If you're taking Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone under a doctor's instruction, your doctor/pharmacist is already aware of any potential drug interactions and could be tracking you for them. Never stop, change or start a dose of any drug before consulting with your physician first. If administered by your physician, inform your doctor/pharmacist of all herbal concoctions, prescription or non-prescriptions you are currently taking prior to using this product. Always maintain a record of all drugs and share it with your doctor. The following is not a comprehensive list of drugs that interact with Acetic acid/Hydrocortisone: