Comneslone-5

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Jay Says:


I ordered Baytril-5mg for my dog and got Comneslone-5 - is this right? Is it compatible?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jay! How are you?

No, Baytril is listed by the FDA as containing Enrofloxacin, which is an antibiotic. However, Comneslone is listed as containing Prednisolone which is a steroid class medication.

The antibiotic is used to treat bacterial infections and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin and diarrhea (Yes, even in dogs) and the steroid is used to treat allergic reactions, swelling and immune disorders, its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, weight changes and fluid retention.

What is your dog being treated for?

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anne Says:

Is comneslone 5 a steroid like effects or my older dog with chonic narrowed breathing tube

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Mpsm04 Says:
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Does anyone have any of the inactive ingredients list for comneslone-5 ?

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