Why Take Methylprednisolone Before Breakfast

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Maria Says:
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You're supposed to take the first two tablets of Methylprednisolone before breakfast. My question is how long do I have to wait to eat breakfast after I take the medicine?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Maria! How are you?

Actually, it is usually taken with breakfast, as you are eating, otherwise, the FDA warns that it can cause a lot of nausea, stomach irritation, and dizziness as side effects.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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brenda Says:

I just got home from the drugstore at 9:45pm and was trying to figure out whether to start methylprednisolone and take 2 before bed or wait to start in the am? Thanks.

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Chris Says:
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Do you take methylprednisolone while you eat or before meals? What does this medication help with?

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Shep Says:

Why in the world does it state to take 2 doses of Methylprednisolone before bed if it can also make you nervous & hyper? I've taken it before. It works for the pain. However, it makes me crazy like I just want to jump out of my body!!! I'm going to start a new Rx. in the morning. The Medrol packet.

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