Side Effects Of Presidone

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what are the side effects of Presidone

Are there any side effects of taking Presidone Medicine? ## All medications carry the risk of causing side effects. The FDA lists the typical ones for Prednisone as possibly including nausea, headache, dizziness, nervousness, fluid retention, weight gain, and insomnia. Is there anything else I can help with? ## How about stomach pain? Is it a side effect of pretazone ## Yes, it can cause stomach pain. Some people simply can't tolerate certain medications due to this. Try taking it with food and plenty of water to potentially reduce the risk. If the stomach pain persists contact your doctor. I've been lucky when taking prednisone myself, as I've noticed virtually no side effects from it; aside from perhaps a slight boost in energy. We're all different though and many peop... ...

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i take it for itching,i have a high count of red blood cells. ## Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid drug that is particularly effective as an immunosuppressant, and affects virtually all of the immune system. It is used to treat certain inflammatory diseases and (at higher doses) cancers, but has significant adverse effects. To learn more information about Prednisone, please follow the link below... Did you have any questions or comments to add? Please post back if you. ...

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Presidone

what it's used for. ## Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid drug that is particularly effective as an immunosuppressant, and affects virtually all of the immune system. It is used to treat certain inflammatory diseases and (at higher doses) cancers, but has significant adverse effects. To learn more information about Prednisone, please follow the link below... Did you have any questions or comments to add? Please post back if you. ...

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prednisone 10mg how do I get off Predisdone?

My pain management PA put me on Presidone10 Mg five times today tampering it down by one pill a day for five days. I have renal function of 31 and was told by my renal dr not to take any pillsfor inflammation. Question I too five doses today Tomorrow I'm scheduled to be admitted to the hospital for surgery for a condition Cauda Eqinus Syndrome. What should I do? I looked up information and Prednisone should not be taken prior to surgery. Do I stop now? ## Hello, Shirley! How are you? Prednisone isn't actually an anti-inflammatory, the FDA considers it a steroid class medication. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, acne, weight gain and fluid retention. However, before stopping it and having your surgery, you should double check with your do... ...

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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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CAN PRESIDONE BE USED FOR 15 MONTHS OLD BOY ## oh u mean u hav 15 m/o child? if m rx'd it, u can ask pharmist. steriodsr gvn to premees to help them survive, u may ask doc n pharm if any long term effects? ...

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