... be taken for 5 days. I took one and my glucose level spiked. Can I just not take the other 4? i am a diabetic and normally a cortisone shot takes care of the allergic reaction.
Take what you are prescribed. The doc had a reason for it. Being a tiny dose of prednisone, it is meant to help your allergic response suppress while the blueberries are still in your system. Until it all passes through from every nook and cranny you want to be protected.
Just watch your blood sugar levels which might be thrown off a tad during this time. Each allergic response is different in your system. It can become more severe. This keeps you from having such a response. The cortisone shot is a different medication from the prednisone. They are both steroids but work on different aspects of your body. Hope you are doing well. Any more questions?
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