Methylprednisolone Tablet 4 Mg

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Deb Says:
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Hi I'm deb, I have been prescribed methylprednisone 4mg for plantar fasciitis in my foot.. take 5 then 4,3,2,then 1 . I've been on methadon 28yrs, I'm afraid to start this if it's going to cause withdrawals any good feedback ? All I here are bad ones



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Fed Up Says:
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I had the worst experience imaginable with the dose pack. It was prescribed to be for headaches caused by whiplash from being rear-ended. Now, 7 1/2 long months later, I am finally getting back to normal. It took almost three months for my heart rate and blood pressure to normalize, 5 months for the nausea, dizziness and depression to go away, but I'm still dealing with anxiety. On top of that, I became extremely sensitive to food and/or food additives, and couldn't eat anything except meat, potatoes, rice, eggs and milk. I reacted to everything wrapped in plastic or in plastic bottles, and even reacted to tap water. And to make matters worse, it threw me into full and complete menopause. I lost over 25 pounds in two months.
I know not everyone has bad reactions, but I will NEVER take prednisone

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Deb Says:
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I posted about methylprednisone & adverse reactions the 6 day med pack 3rd day & irritably, a lil aching but seem to make me hyper, deb not so bad though

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VerFree Says:

Tapering is done to help reduce the risk of withdrawal effects, since there can be some serious risks if you stop taking it abruptly.

Typical side effects of Methylprenisolone may include nausea, dizziness, headache, acne, weight changes, nervousness, and insomnia.

Fed Up, I am very sorry about what you went through, that's terrible. I also experience bad reactions to a lot of medications, so I understand.

How are you doing, now?

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