When is prednisone ok to take for poison oak?

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29 May 2013

When the dr prescribes it. Its usually given if the poison is over a large area or in your face

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DAVE TUPPER 29 May 2013

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29 May 2013

Prednisone is ok to take short term for poison ivy/poison oak when it covers a large area or if it is in areas like the face, the groin or between the toes.

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