Drug interactions are reported among people who take Hydrocortisone and Neosporin together. This review analyzes the effectiveness and drug interactions between Hydrocortisone and Neosporin. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 26 people who take the same drugs from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
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Hydrocortisone has active ingredients of hydrocortisone. It is often used in addison's disease. (latest outcomes from Hydrocortisone 16,768 users)
Neosporin has active ingredients of bacitracin zinc; neomycin sulfate; polymyxin b sulfate. (latest outcomes from Neosporin 237 users)
On Sep, 19, 2016
26 people who take Hydrocortisone, Neosporin are studied.
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I had a TBI one year ago. Took out my pituitary. Focalin has been good. Was able to back off on hydrocort but had adverse reactions to. Kenalog nerve block (for migraine) and beta blocker. I had to self-diagnose. For those who have POTS there is a TVAM procedure that provides hope. We persevere in a medical area in which there is so little knowledge.
On eHealthMe, Hydrocortisone (hydrocortisone) is often used to treat adrenal insufficiency. Neosporin (bacitracin zinc; neomycin sulfate; polymyxin b sulfate) is often used to treat eczema. Find out below the conditions the drugs are used for and how effective they are.
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