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Probeta-N 0.1%/0.5% drops

Probeta-N 0.1%/0.5% drops is composed of

Betamethasone (0.1%)
Neomycin (0.5%)

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Corticosteroid Combinations


This medicine should be used with extreme caution when used for a prolonged period in pregnancy and in children. Risk of visual disturbances. 

The patients with sensitivity to Neomycin, impaired gastrointestinal motility, renal (kidney) impairment, and parkinsonism (condition causing movement abnormalities similar to those in Parkinson’s disease). Also, please do not get any vaccines while using this medicine as the effectiveness may decrease.

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usesUses of Betamethasone

This medicine is used in the treatment of allergic conditions. 

side-effectsSide effects of Betamethasone

Patients using this medication may at times experience corneal thinning, cataract, and rise in intraocular (eye) pressure. If you experience any of these symptoms for a long period of time, consult your doctor immediately.

pillsWhen not to use Betamethasone

This medicine should not be used in patients with viral, fungal or tuberculous infections.

usesUses of Neomycin

This medicine is used to treat minor infections.

side-effectsSide effects of Neomycin

Patients administered with this medicine may experience contact dermatitis (itchy, dry, swollen and reddened skin), gastrointestinal upset, ototoxicity (toxic to the ear), nephrotoxicity (toxicity in the kidneys), electrolyte disturbances, raised liver enzymes (biological molecules that speed up the rate of reaction), and hypersensitivity (intolerance).

pillsWhen not to use Neomycin

This medication is contraindicated in patients suffering from intestinal obstruction (blockage of the bowel) and myasthenia gravis (neuromuscular disease leading to skeletal muscle weakness).

pills Expert Advice for Betamethasone

Disocontinue if irritation or burning occur.

Keep this medication at room temperature. 

Avoid this medication if you are allergic to it's ingredients. 

Take this medication at regular intervals as prescribed by your doctor. 

pills Expert Advice for Neomycin

  • Please immediately contact your doctor if any serious adverse reactions occur.
  • Please complete the entire course of this medicine.
  • Please take this medicine at the same time every day.

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Q: Is Neomycin good for pimples?


  • pregnant



    Risk can not be ruled out, so please consult your doctor before using this medication.


    Sufficient data is not available to rule out the risk of using this medicine in a pregnant female, therefore, consult your doctor before using this medication.

  • mother

    Breast Feeding


    Consult your doctor before using this medication when breastfeeding.


    The effect of this medication is undetermined in a lactating female, therefore, consult your doctor before using this medicine. 

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