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My MD prescribed this for inflammation in head, ears, nose, throat and cough along with an inhaler. I am on day 5 and although I am improving, I still have a nasty dry cough which has not improved. Maybe I am not using the inhaler properly. I do have some side effects from the methylpred 4mg but tolerable. I would like to take something for this persistant cough but am afraid to mix with meds. I am 79 yrs old in fairly decent health. Can I take any over the counter cough medicine? Thank you so much. Mary ## Hello, Mary! How are you doing? Has the cough improved, yet? It may be due to the inhaler, most of them can cause dry mouth and dry throat. However, before adding anything else, it would be best to double check with your prescribe to make sure it is safe for you to do so. The side ef... ...

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Methylpred / Levol

Over 60: can I take Levofloxacin 500 MG Tab safely with prescribed (together) Methylpred 4 MG pak ? Chronic sinus sufferer... Just started. ## Hello, Florida! How are you? Actually no, it is not recommended that these be taken together, by anyone, regardless of age and being elderly can worsen the issues that may occur. They both tend to increase the amounts of the other that you absorb and, in the case of Levofloxacin, the FDA reports that it can significantly increase the risk of a tendon rupture. The other typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, acne, insomnia and diarrhea. It may be best to double check with your doctor as they may want to prescribe something different. Is there anything else I can help with? ## No thanks...I've almost ... ...

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 Methylprednisolone

Methylprednisolone, sold under the brand names Depo-Medrol and Solu-Medrol among others, is a corticosteroid medication used to suppress the immune system and decrease inflammation.[1] Conditions in which it is used include skin diseases, rheumatic disorders, allergies, asthma, croup, COPD, certain cancers, multiple sclerosis, and as add-on therapy for tuberculosis.[1] It is given by mouth, by injection into a vein or muscle, or applied to the skin.[1&a...
methylprednilisone

oval shaped white pill ## TV's doctor House apparently recently prescribed Methylprednilisone to cure Sjogren's. I have dry eye/dry mouth Sjogrens and possibly other auto-immune diseases. Anybody have experience using Methylprednilisone successfullyl to treat dry eye? thanks ...

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methylprednisolone 4 mg

I just finished using this for itchy skin at 35+ wks pregnant, i now have a yeast infection am i okay to take a over the counter med for it or one the dr prescribed? ## Hi mandy, Since you are pregnant, I believe you would need to ask your doctor about every medication you are thinking about taking wether it's prescription or OTC. What is the name of the OTC medication you're considering and what are the active ingredients? I'm not sure if you're allowed to take probiotics, but doing so may be able to prevent yeast infections in the future by reinstating good bacteria in your body. Also, apple cider vinegar is a popular alternative for treating yeast infections without medications. Based on my research, Braggs apple cider vinegar is safe for use during and after pregnanc... ...

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4mg methylprednisolone

My Dr prescribed this yesterday. I have taken a total of 10 pill=40mg. I am terribly sick. Throwing up, diarrhea, extreme headache, my body feels like it's on fire but after taking my temp it only reads 94.7. I feel horrible. Muscle weakness, blurry eyes. Kind of scared, not sure what I should do. ## Those can be side effects of this medication, according to FDA reports, since it is a steroid. You may also experience acne and fluid retention. How are you doing, now? Has there been any change? If the symptoms get severe, you may need to see your doctor about trying a different medication. What condition is being treated? ## This was prescribed for lupus. It was suppose to help the inflammation of my joints. I stopped taking it after the second day. Horrible side effects for me. It to... ...

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methylprednisolone 16mg

what is methylprednisolone 16mg used for? ## i am patient of AS and rhumetiod arthirites, my doctor has prescribed me Zempred 16mg once in week with methoxrate 15mg , please confirm if the treatment is O.K. and what are the side effects for the same. ## Hi my doctor has prescribed me zempred16 for the treatment of lichen planus skin allergy.I am taking this tablet twice a week. My weight is continuously gaining.is it right treatment. ...

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methylprednisolone pain

so i have been taking methylprednisolone for three days. I am having pain in my sides/ribs upper back and all the way into my neck and some of my cheek bones. the pain is about a 5 out of 10 on the scale. I have had this problem before with prednisone. what do i do? ## Hello, Courtney! How are you feeling? I'm sorry about the problem you're having. The FDA classifies this medication as a steroid and it can cause some pretty annoying side effects, you may also experience nausea, dizziness, insomnia, nervousness, headache, acne and weight gain. Have you consulted your doctor? They may have some idea on how to mitigate these effects, or they can let you know if there is something else going on. How long is your course of treatment with it? ...

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Methylprednisolone 500mg

my sons MRI scan has shown inflamation/swelling of the lining of his spinal cord near his neck. he is seeing a neurologist as his hands and feet have been numb and tingling, sometimes feeling as heavy as lead, and hard to lift. has anyone had this problem, and what was the outcome/diagnosis please. ## with ref to the above. My son has now been prescribed 500mg of methylprednisolone, which I think is a steroid/anti inflamatory? They dont seem to know what the cause is. say 101 pos reasons...is there a way of being more specific in finding the cause? Any comments gratefully received. CM ## Hi Churchmouse, My mom has actually recently been diagnosed with something similar to what your son has been experiencing in his neck. The spinal column in my moms neck is actually pinching her nerves s... ...

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Methylprednisone 4mg tbpk

I just started this med today for sciatica. I've taken 5 out of the 6 tablets for today so far. Experiencing fatigue, dizziness, severe muscle cramping in legs and hands, racing heartbeat and feeling totally out of it. I think the side effects are worse than the pain. Can I just stop taking this without more serious problems? Please help as I really don't want to take it anymore! ## If you've taken that many and your doctor wanted you to taper it, it would be best to continue to do so, unless they instruct otherwise. Everything you've described can be normal side effects of steroid medications, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience insomnia, nervousness and acne. How are you feeling, now? Has there been any change? ## My doctor told me to stop taking. Feeling b... ...

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Methylprednisolone 21 pack

I started taking the medication yesterday and took 6, today i take 5, then 4, and 3, etc so for 6 days total. I am taking this along with Augmentinj 875 mg, every 12 hours. I have had a horrible sinus/ ear infection for at least 3 months and haven't been able to taste food or smell anything. Body aches, headaches, horrible anxiety and terrible fatigue. Mid day yesterday I started feeling so much better, my sense of smell came back last night and I cried. I enjoyed dinner so much I could finally taste food. I've never taken this medication before and was afraid to google it. Upon looking I see many negative things. So far I have had a great experience with this steroid pack and wish I would have taken it sooner. I hope my symptoms don't return or i have withdrawals. I'm a... ...

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methylprednisolone 4mg tab

I am curious, why not methylprednisolone tab 2 or 4mg is not available in Dublin..since it is used in patients with inflammed tonsils..My Fiance is in Dublin, the doctor prescribed him calvepen which is I saw alot of complaints made by some due to its side effects...with methylprednisolone tablet the inflammation subsides in no time..second day the patient has no sore throat and feels better...And its pnly good 3days..while calvepen 10 days but yet the patient is still complaining of sorethroat, I know its antibiotics.. ## Yes, the main difference here is that while the Methylprednisolone may help with the inflammation, it is not an antibiotic and will do nothing for the underlying infection that is causing the tonsil problem. The side effects from it can also be severe and may include:... ...

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methylprednlsolone tables

methylprednlsolone tablets, USP 4 mg unit of 21 tablets ## I have been in extreme pain on my right calf ..I had achilles surgery on my heel last year...I wore sandels for the first time and my calf muscle has been rock hard for a week ..He prescribed perodan but I finally asked for a major anti-infammatory...I am 6'3 215 pounds ..Why did I get a dospak of 4 mg ..I am writing this after taking the first two... ## I left out the important part...I looked at the dug info and 4 mg is the lowest dosage ...He gave me enough for a 100 kid..I am taking as prescibed but don't think it's enough on the dosage to get rid of the pain.. ## Sorry to hear about the pain you are suffering. However, you do need to know that this is NOT a pain relieving drug. This is in the synthetic steroid f... ...

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Pain on Methylprednisolone

This is my second day on this drug and it was wonderful the next day after taking it. Took it for awful pain just below my neck and pain in lower back. Horrible for RA. Second day pain came back in lower back. Hurts, so is it not working now and is this unusual? ## Hello, Jo! How are you? Methylprednisolone is not an analgesic. It is classified by the FDA as a steroid, so while it may relieve pain a little, because it can help relieve inflammation, it will not alleviate all of it and it can cause some serous side effects. Typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, fluid retention, elevated heart rate, elevated blood pressure and weight gain. Was this medication prescribed by your doctor? ## Yes it was prescribed by Dr. And after presidone dident wor well he put me on ... ...

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methylprednisolone effects.

I was put on the 6 day methylprednisolone pack because of a back injury. I just took my first two tablets this morning. After I took them, I read its bad to take with high blood pressure. I have high blood pressure and take lisinopril for this but it doesn't always control it. Would I be okay just not to take any more of the pills? I only took the two, that's all. I would rather not take this medication after hearing all the side effects. ## Hello, Amy! How are you? How high is your blood pressure? There are cases where it may still be appropriate to take this medication, generally the doctor needs to evaluate whether or not the benefits outweigh the possible risks. The FDA lists its other typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, acne and edema. Ho... ...

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methylprednisone 4 mg dosing

I usually take prednisone on an as needed basis but was prescribed this 7 day prescription. Can I take these only as needed or do I have to take all 6 on the first day? ## You should take them as directed, 6 the first day, then 5 the next, then 4 and so on. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, nervousness, and insomnia. Why was it prescribed? ...

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Methylprednisolone 4 mg 6 days

My Dr prescribed this to me for hedaches I did not know they were steroids until after I took the 1 dose 2 pills for breakfast and 1 for lunch. I did not finish the fist day dose. I do not want to continue on them however I do not know how to take my self off them please help. ## Hi lolypop, Usually for drugs like this, the safest way to stop taking them is to tapper off under a doctor's supervision; if possible. However having only taken the medication for 1-6 days, I almost wonder if you'd even experience withdrawals at all...? None the less, if you are concerned I would definitely encourage you to talk with your doctor about setting up a tapering schedule to ensure that everything goes smoothly. My understanding is that some medications can be taken in fractions (actually cut... ...

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methylprednisolone is poison

After takin that medication for the first day i witness anxiety ,insomnia and scared to take it again this is my second day and will no longer be taking it. Is it safe to stop takin it after one day? I am really scared of these pills i dont consider them to be medication plz answer bak is it ok dat i stopped taking it after one day? ## Hello, Javi! How are you? I'm very sorry about the symptoms you've experienced. However, everything you've described are normal side effects of this medication. The FDA classifies it as a steroid and they can cause some annoying side effects. You may also experience nausea, headache, elevated heart rate, acne and fluid retention. Before stopping it, though, please consult your doctor. It may not be safe for you to stop abruptly, or they may wa... ...

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methylprednisolone talet 4 m.g.

## I was just prescribed this med. and am afraid to take it. ## Why are you afraid to take it? It is generic prednisone which is a steroiod. You dont want to take it all the time, but it really works for imflammation in the lungs, in the joints, etc. Side effects include massive hunger, dizziness, thirst, among others. ## Methylprednisolone Info Click Here ## How long is Methylprednisol good on the shelf. I have some that was prescribed to me in 2007. I still have some, and have just come down with poision ivy and was thinking of taking it. My dosase is 4MG tablets, and I have 24 of them. ...

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Methylprednisolone too often

In the last four months I've been prescribed dosepacks three times by two different doctors plus shots a few months before that. After reading about the dangers im scared but can't undo what is done. Am I in trouble here? ## Doubtful, usually such issues would be noticeable either while taking the dose pack, or shortly after finishing, according to the NIH. Have you experienced any fluid retention? Or sudden weight gain? The FDA lists those as possible warning signs of issues. Are you on any other medications? ...

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