Take Dexamethasone Without A Doctor’s Prescription?
, I am 21 years old experiencing allergies such as itching appear when exposed to dust. When buying drugs at the pharmacy, I was given dextamine. After arriving at my home searching turned out to be dextamine is a hard drug. Is it safe to consume without a prescription? Thank you
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Itching when exposed to dust may indeed indicate you are allergic. However, this itchiness can also arise due to other causes, such as xerosis (dry skin), skin infections (for example due to bacteria, fungi, mites, or viruses), contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and so on. Because of the causes that can vary this, treatment with anti-allergic drugs is not always appropriate. It is necessary to do a comprehensive examination first to ascertain whether your complaint is purely due to allergies, or is there another cause. Differentiating each of the possibilities above is ideally done by going directly to a doctor or dermatologist.
The drug you mentioned has the active composition of dexamethasone and dexchlorpheniramine maleate. If judging from the womb, this drug is useful to relieve the itching symptoms that arise due to inflammation, mainly due to allergies. This drug is not included in the class of over-the-counter drugs, so its use must be preceded by a physical examination directly from the doctor, it is not enough just to buy it at the pharmacy. Plus, not all itchiness is right with this medication. Therefore, to avoid the potential for dangerous side effects, you should not consume them first before seeing a doctor right ..
As an initial treatment for the itchiness you feel, it is more appropriate for you to go through the following efforts:
Do not scratch or rub excessively itchy skin
Apply calamine lotion to itchy skin
It's not just activity that makes you exposed to excessive dust
Always wear clothing that is comfortable, loose, made from cool, and absorbs sweat
Bathing, washing your hands and feet thoroughly every day
Hope this helps ...