Taking Methylprednisolone Before Breakfast

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What kind of food is recommended to eat when taking this drug so I wont feel nauseous before breakfast?



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Verwon Says:

Usually, unless your doctor has instructed otherwise, it should be taken with a meal to help prevent that nausea, as in while you are eating. There are no specific foods listed, just that it should be taken with a meal, which usually means during a meal.

The FDA lists its other typical side effects as possibly including dizziness, headache, acne, fluid retention, nervousness, insomnia, and weight changes.

How are you doing, now? Has there been any change?

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