20 Jul 2012
Prednisone is an anti inflammatory. It is usually not used for sinus. It is not an antibiotic nor is it a antihistamine.
Better give some more info. Please explain what your doctor prescribed it for. It may help after your surgery if there are issues like arthritis or such.
20 Jul 2012
If your doctor is prescribing it & knows of your hip relacement then by all means take it.It has recently been found out that antibiocotic rarley help a sinus infetions, & they hang on forever. If this if for now make sure you doctprs are aware of the situation. It may make you knee feel better too...
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