Betamethasone is available in a number of compound forms: betamethasone dipropionate (branded as Diprosone, Diprolene, Celestamine, Procort (in Pakistan), and others), betamethasone sodium phosphate (branded as Bentelan in Italy) and betamethasone valerate (branded as Audavate, Betnovate, Celestone, Fucibet , and others). In the United States and Canada, betamethasone is mixed with clotrimazole and sold as Lotrisone and Lotriderm. It is also available in combination with salicylic acid (branded as Diprosalic) for using in psoriatic skin conditions. In Mexico it is also sold mixed with both clotrimazole and gentamicin to add an antibacterial agent to the mix.
The common side-effects of injectable testosterone are the same when the hormone is applied in gel form; side-effects such as Gynecomastia , water retention, high blood pressure, cholesterol issues and other aromatizing effects are all possible. However, testosterone cream presents one possible side-effect injectable testosterone does not; irritation of the skin or burns at the applied area. It is impossible to know if you will fall prey to this side-effect however of all the possible side-effects this will prove to be the most prominent one.