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Triamcinolone Acetonide

(Generic alternative to Kenalog Paste)

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Triamcinolone Acetonide
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What is Kenalog Paste/Triamcinolone Acetonide used for?

This medicine is used to treat a variety of medical conditions including, but not limited to, insufficiency of the adrenal cortex, inflammatory disorders, allergic disorders, connective tissue disorders, blood disorders (leukemia and various anemias), certain cancers (along with other drugs), skin diseases (including severe psoriasis), connective tissue diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus, digestive tract diseases such as ulcerative colitis, high serum levels of calcium associated with cancer, fluid retention due to nephrotic syndrome, various eye diseases, lung diseases such as tuberculosis, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, acute gouty arthritis, and severe cases of asthma.

If you have any questions about your medicine, please talk with your doctor, pharmacist, or health care provider. This medicine is only to be used by the patient for whom it is prescribed. Do not give it to others. This information is advisory only. It does not contain all information about this medicine. If you have any questions about your medicine, ask your doctor, pharmacist, or health care provider.

How should Kenalog Paste/Triamcinolone Acetonide be stored?

Store between 59 and 86 degrees F. Do not freeze.

General drug information:

General Information

When should Kenalog Paste/Triamcinolone Acetonide not be taken?

Do not take this medicine if you are allergic to any ingredient in this medicine you have a systemic fungal infection

What precautions should I follow when taking Kenalog Paste/Triamcinolone Acetonide?

Before using this medicine, tell your health care provider about any of the following: if you are pregnant, plan on becoming pregnant, or breastfeeding if you are taking any prescription or nonprescription medicine if you have any other medical condition

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Kenalog Paste/Triamcinolone Acetonide?

It may be easier for you to get an infection while you are receiving treatment with this medicine. Avoid crowded places or being near people who are sick. If you are exposed to chickenpox or measles during treatment with this medicine, tell your doctor right away. Make sure any doctor or dentist who treats you knows that you are taking this medicine. Before using this medicine, let your doctor know if you have liver or thyroid problems, diabetes, cataracts, glaucoma, or herpes simplex that affects your eyes. Avoid getting this medicine in your eyes, nose, mouth, or on your skin.

What are the side effects of Kenalog Paste/Triamcinolone Acetonide?

Most severe:  Vision impairment (including cataracts); bizarre behaviors; heart problems; convulsions.

Most common:  Fluid retention; muscle weakness; muscle disease; loss of muscle mass; brittle bones; bone fractures; stomach ulcers and bleeding; stomach bloating; ulcers in the esophagus; delayed wound healing; thin fragile skin; unusual bleeding or bruising; swelling of the face; sweating; dizziness; headache; "moon face"; dizziness; headache; menstrual irregularities; growth suppression in children.

Other: Suppression of growth in children, symptoms of diabetes, thin, fragile skin, tiny red or purplish spots on the skin, vertigo

How should I take Kenalog Paste/Triamcinolone Acetonide?

How much medicine you take and how often you take it depends on many factors, including the condition being treated and the age and weight of the patient. If you have any questions about the amount and/or frequency of the medicine you are taking, talk with your health care provider. This medicine should only be prepared and given by a health care professional who is experienced in the use of this medicine. If this medicine has been used for a long period of time, it is recommended that this medicine be withdrawn gradually rather than abruptly. This medicine is not a replacement for regular therapy. If a period of remission occurs in a recurring condition, stop use of this medicine. Use this medicine at regularly scheduled intervals as prescribed. Avoid exposure to chickenpox and measles; if exposed, contact your health care provider at once. Contact your doctor if increased pain, swelling, unusual weight gain, swelling of the legs and feet, muscle weakness, black tarry stools, puffing of face, prolonged sore throat, cold, infection, increased joint stiffness, fever, or general body discomfort occurs. Diabetic patients may need a higher amount of insulin or other diabetes medicine. Talk with your health care provider. Patients on long-term treatment should wear or carry identification that states that this medicine is being taken. This medicine can hide the signs of an infection or decrease your resistance to infection. This medicine may increase blood pressure and cause you to retain salt and water, and increase your loss of potassium. You may need to limit your intake of salt and take potassium supplements. This medicine can cause calcium loss and increase your risk of osteoporosis (brittle bones). Take calcium and vitamin D supplements while you are taking this medicine. Do not stop taking this medicine suddenly. Tell your health care provider as soon as possible if any of the following symptoms occur when this medicine is decreased or stopped: Fever; vomiting; loss of appetite; diarrhea; nausea; dizziness; weight loss; weakness; general body discomfort; joint or muscle pain. Exams may be required while using this medicine. Be sure to keep appointments. Do not stop taking this medicine without checking with your doctor. Patients with previous medical conditions should talk with their health care provider before taking this medicine. Do not take more medicine than is prescribed unless advised to do so by your doctor or health care provider. Do not take any other over-the-counter or prescription medications without talking with your doctor. If a dose is missed, take it as soon as possible. If several hours have passed or if it is nearing time for the next dose, do not double the dose to catch up, unless advised by your doctor. If more than one dose is missed, contact your doctor or pharmacist.