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Posted 21 Oct 2012 by Keith Carter • 2 answers
Does one have stronger side effects than the other?
Posted 7 Sep 2011 by bar46den • 1 answer
Since prednisone is an inactive drug precursor that must be converted to prednisolone in the liver to become active, why is it the most widely used prescribed drug (rather than prednisolone) when an oral glucocorticoid is indicated?
Posted 30 Mar 2014 by bethogorman • 3 answers
I am currently on 10mg of prednisolone/day and would like to change to prednisone for cost reasons. Until a week ago I thought I was allergic to prednisone, thus the methylprednisolone prescription. I have not heard back from my doctor about giving me a prescription for prednisone instead. I have ...
Posted 1 Sep 2009 by wemikhail • 1 answer
E.g. 1mg Dexamethasone = ??mg of Prednisolone?
Posted 7 Jan 2013 by AI23 • 2 answers
Need help don't want to give her too much?
Posted 28 May 2013 by Imtias • 3 answers
my daughter had a palpitation
Posted 4 days ago by Paula-Marie Mather • 1 answer
Posted 6 days ago by markusoa • 1 answer
So, I had several allergic reactions (including itchy eyes, sneezing, eczema and tiredness) over the past two months. I tried figuring out what was causing it by going to a few different doctors. By the time I went to the last doctor (two weeks ago), I had developed conjunctivitis, probably because ...
Posted 18 Sep 2016 by Jazzygirl1 • 5 answers
Currently on a course of prednisolone, my pain had gone! After 3 days! Terrified it will return as soon as I cease the medications.'
Posted 13 Aug 2016 by theresa andrew • 1 answer
I am 61 and have rhumatoid arthritis. I have been prescribed naproxen and Prednisolone. I also take metformin for type 2 diabetes and ramapril for blood pressure. I have a fear of medication
Posted 26 Aug 2016 by DrYohana • 0 answers
Posted 26 Aug 2016 by cerias • 0 answers
I have been told to take 40mg per day for 4 days. I have read some of the warnings about this drug and they say you need to wean of them. Does this rule not apply to short term usage?
Posted 12 Jul 2016 by stavert1 • 3 answers
I have been on Mychophenolate for 6 months as well as Hydroxychloroquine and prednisolone for even longer. My consultant wants me to reduce the prednisolone by 5mg. I can't,every time I do I have a huge flair up and the pain is unbearable. I have been diagnosed with RA,Lupus,sjrogrens and have ...
Posted 7 Jul 2016 by PaigeElectra • 0 answers
I was diagnosed with ITP in September and was on a dose of having 12, 5mg prednisolone tablets a day from the beginning of September till early January and I had come off of them abruptly. Will this cause any long term health issues? Thanks.
Posted 25 Jul 2016 by Marz56 • 0 answers
4x5mg tablets twice per day
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