28 Aug 2009
Corticosteroids ,such as methylprednisolone ,are immune supressants. If taken in the presence of a fungal infection chances of complications are increased. If you think you have a fungal infection you should see your doctor for treatment.
For more information on methylprednisolone see: http://www.drugs.com/mtm/methylprednisolone.html
- Methylprednisolone Information for Consumers
- Methylprednisolone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Methylprednisolone (detailed)
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active mostly in winters,cold days the infected area looks dry sheds powdery white skin(dead cells i suppose)
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