Use Of Dhasolone

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TAN Says:


A specialist prescribed Dhasolone to my daughter ( 5 yrs old) for hair loss problem. i wanted to know :
1) Use of Dhasolone
2) How does it treat hair loss
3) Side effect to the child



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Verwon Says:

Dhasalone contains the active ingredient Prednisolone, this is a corticosteroid.

As to how it treats hair loss, that really depends on what is causing it, because these medications can be used to treat many different things, including allergic reactions, collagen diseases and endocrine problems

Did he say what he believes is causing the hair loss?

Common side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, peripheral edema and weight gain.

Learn more:


https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Prednisolone/­



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jess yip Says:

my 20 months old daughter weight 14.8 was recently send to daycare but every months get cough and fever, doctor said that is infection so every time give her sabutamol and dhasolone, was happen every month. just wan to know this dhasolone safe she taking so often

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