User Reviews for Prednisolone to treat Immunosuppression
Brand names: PediaPred Millipred Orapred ODT Millipred DP
Prednisolone has an average rating of 6.2 out of 10 from a total of 4 reviews for the treatment of Immunosuppression. 50% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 25% reported a negative experience.
"I have been taking prednisolone for 14 years now. As I was diagnosed with autoimmune liver disease at 14, I was on a high doses and had moon face and was completely yellow, through school years its not so nice. I had a liver transplant at the age of 18, and continued on a high dose for quite some time. I am now currently on 5 mgs a day and no moon face! But I have experienced every side effect on the list. It is horrible to take long term, but it's also saved my life. I am covered in bruises all the time, my bones are quite weak and have had falls resulting in fractures, the moods are up and down all the time, I have fluid in my feet and legs that do effect my day to day. Overall its not very nice, but pushing through all the side effects, it's good to still be alive at 27."
"Having taken this medicine in combination with other anti-rejection drugs and steroids following a liver transplant I suffered from severe anger issues. These only subsided once medication was decreased."
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"I had been diagnosed with neurosarcoid was put on prednisolone 30 mg daily for a month and the next 9 months tapered off. I'm off these now and I have awful fullness in my head and and strange sounds which are really affecting me. I hope these go away any one else have this I'm off preds 8 weeks feel like these have messed my life up"
"I took prednisone when I has bells palsy at a dose of 60mg. I had side effects But the way I see it you put with the side effects because it benefits of the medication Now I been given them again for sarcoidosis which effects my eyes uveitis glaucoma Am taking 7 days 40mg, then reducing to 7 days 30mg so on I don't like taking them but I have to the eye clinic tried drops but it in back of eye So first day today I got headache etc But think I need them to get better Best wishes"
"Autoimmune hepatitis dx'ed. This med has saved my life during flares! Moon face an all..."
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"I took prednisone when I went to the doctor for flu like symptoms (body aches etc) and was put on it for 5 days -60 mg. I had had an allergic reaction to an antibiotic I was taking so thats also why I was on it. By day 5, I was starting to get very anxious and from there it just went downhill. I was crying every hour of the day for a week and a half after my last dose. I have anxiety normally but this was next level, I have never felt that way in my life. And it wasn't like a teary cry it was literally like someone had murdered my family member cry. I just don't think the anxiety is worth it. I can genuinely say I will never try this drug again. I'd rather die than take it and I'm not being dramatic. To this day, I'm still trying to get back on track.. If you have anxiety/depression, do not take this drug."