Prednisone Information

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Christina Says:


I order online prednisolone and usually get Omnicortil sent to me 5mg. However this time they sent me Comneslone-5. It states that this contains prednisolone 5mg. I'm having trouble find information about this particular drug, the name mostly, on the internet. Can you confirm this is a safe drug to use. Thank you.



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Cats68 Says:
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Hi Christina! You should check with your doctor. He will be able to answer your questions.

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Hi have you gotten any info ? I was switched from Omnacortil to comneslone-5 and I need to know inactive ingredients . If you know any info or go to find out would be greatly appreciated !

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