Gold Bond Medicated Powder as a Treatment for Yeast Infection (Candidiasis)

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Gold Bond Medicated Powder

Gold Bond medicated powder is an anti itch topical anesthetic. It uses a triple action formula of cooling, absorbing, and itch relief. Gold Bond medicated powder is used to treat the pain and itch associated with minor cuts, sunburns, insect bites, and rashes. Its active ingredients are menthol (anti itch) and zinc oxide (skin protectant). Side effects of medicated powder can include reddening and swelling of the skin, as well as pain, stinging, or burning. Serious allergic reaction is another possible side effect of Gold Bond medicated powder, and may cause trouble breathing and swelling of the throat, tongue, lips, and face.

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Was it effective all the time? Would you recommend it to a friend? Were there any side effects?9/10/2019 at 07:06 AM
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Last updated on Oct 04 2011 at 05:52
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