... periods? The dosseg is 5mg/pday
Prednisone side effect involves pain in the areas around the abdomen and can originate in any one of the organs in this area including the ones related to digestion at the point where the stomach begins. They include the stomach, the liver, the large and small intestines, the pancreas, the spleen and the gallbladder. It can range from being mild to being severe.
Hepatic Steatosis - this side effect is also known as fatty liver disease and it occurs when there is excessive fat in the liver.
Prednisone side effect is related to vision and it involves the clouding of the eyes’ lenses. After the lenses become cloudy and opaque, it is impossible for light to pass to the retina resulting in cloudy or blurry vision.
For more details please seek advice for the doc who prescribed the med.
Take care, best wishes!
Long-term side-effects include Cushing's syndrome,weight gain, osteoporosis, glaucoma and cataracts, type II diabetes mellitus,Depression,Hepatic steatosis,
Peptic ulcer,irregular menses, high blood pressure,worsening of diabetes and infections
If you have used prednisolone regularly for a long time or in high doses, you may have withdrawal symptoms if the drug is suddenly stopped..
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