Does Prednisone cause an increased heart rate?

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22 Jun 2010

Not necessarily. Prednisone has been known to cause hypertension and tachycardia (irregular heart beats) in SOME people, but just because you use prednisone DOES NOT mean you WILL experience these; just that you might. Hope this helps.

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