As A Treatment"...or sodium; Immunizations (vaccinations); Cyclosporine (Sandimmune); Blood thinners, such as warfarin (Coumadin); Estrogen drugs, such as conjugated estrogens (Premarin) or oral contraceptives; Antacids (if taken frequently)..."
As A Treatment"...Inhalants may cause dry throat, headache, nausea, skin bruising or thinning, and an unpleasant taste..."
This is the first treatment tried to eliminate most hemangiomas. Corticosteroids do not generally affect other vascular malformations. They can be administered orally, by injection, or topically (onto the skin surface.) The method usually depends on the size and location of the hemangioma. There are side effects which are usually not permanent, and can be discussed with your doctor. Visible improvement should occur after 3-4 weeks, sometimes even faster. Treatment time depends upon the extent of the hemangioma and the response rate.