Vanos side effects
Vanos is a medicine against certain types of Psoriasis. Vanos contains Fluocinonide.
Vanos may cause Cushing's syndrome, hyperglycemia and unmask latent diabetes. Vanos cream can suppress the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis. Local adverse reactions with Vanos may include atrophy, acneiform eruptions, striae, irritation, hypopigmentation and allergic contact dermatitis.
The most commonly reported adverse reactions to Vanos were headache, nasopharyngitis, a burning feeling at the site of application and nasal congestion. Other bad side effects that were reported in the field (after clinical trials) were discoloration, erythema, irritation, pruritus, swelling, pain and immune hypersensitivity. Nervous System Disorders seen with Vanos cream were headache and dizziness. Skin side effects of Vanos were acne, dry skin, exfoliation and tightness.
Topically applied Vanos cream can be absorbed in sufficient amounts to cause systemic effects.
Perhaps the most worrying potential Vanos side effect is that long-term animal studies have not been done to evaluate the carcinogenic potential of Vanos cream because of severe immunosuppression seen in a 13-week dermal rat study.
This is our research on the alleged dangers of Vanos / adverse effects of Vanos and not medical advice!