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Hi, I hope someone answers. It's been three weeks since I've had begbugs' bites. I was on vacation so I couldn't cure myself properly. When I came back home, I started to use Declobán, which has Clobetasol Propionate, and it seemed to help, although I still had some marks of the bites. I went to the doctor and he told me to use Menaderm, but this DIDN'T HELP AT ALL, actually, the bites got worse. And I have only used that for two days. NO MORE. I am again putting Declobán on my skin, but I am very sad, this is horrible, I have bites all over my body and it's been three weeks already, almost a month, they should have disappear!!! If someone has experienced that sometimes, I would love to know how long the bites last and which is the best medicine for this. This bites are red and itch, although they are better than they used to at the beginning. Moreover, I would like to know if someone who has taken Clobetasol Propionate (I've been using that only for one week) has experienced secondary effects. Thank you!
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