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Taclonex topical

Side Effects

List Taclonex topical side effects by likelihood and severity.

The following side effects are associated with Taclonex topical:

Common side effects of Taclonex topical:

  • RashSevere
  • Skin Inflammation due to a Topically Applied MedicationSevere
  • Abnormal Peeling of SkinLess Severe
  • Dry SkinLess Severe
  • ItchingLess Severe
  • Redness of SkinLess Severe
  • Skin IrritationLess Severe

Infrequent side effects of Taclonex topical:

  • Large Purple or Brown Skin BlotchesSevere
  • Skin InfectionSevere
  • Drug Therapy that Worsens or Flares PsoriasisLess Severe
  • Small Red Skin Lesions caused by Dilated Blood VesselsLess Severe
  • Stinging of SkinLess Severe

Rare side effects of Taclonex topical:

  • Decreased Pigmentation of SkinSevere
  • High Amount of Calcium in the BloodSevere
  • High Amount of Calcium in UrineSevere
  • HivesSevere
  • Inflammation of a Hair FollicleSevere
  • Insufficiency of the Hypothalamus and Pituitary GlandSevere
  • Skin Stretch MarksSevere
  • Skin UlcerSevere
  • Thin Fragile SkinSevere
  • A Breaking Out of the Skin Resembling AcneLess Severe
  • AcneLess Severe
  • Contact DermatitisLess Severe
  • Cushing's SyndromeLess Severe
  • Excessive HairinessLess Severe
  • Hair LossLess Severe
  • High Blood SugarLess Severe
  • Increased Feeling of the SkinLess Severe
  • Skin DiscolorationLess Severe
  • Skin Irritation or Rash around the Mouth or LipsLess Severe
  • Small Skin BlisterLess Severe

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