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Can i stop to take wyslone if i dont have any symptoms for long ?

i am taking wyslone 7.5 mg now from starting 50 mg iam asthmatic what is after stoping wslone is am going to be relieved from asthma aftwer stopping at 5mg dose iam 55 year women suufering from ashtma and taking wylone 50 mg to 7.5mg dose intervals tblb sugests of no caricnoma no tuberclosis no bronchopumlonary fungal aspergillosis
Asked On : Fri, 13 May 2011
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thanks for visiting this web site,wysolone is steroid,has powerful antiinflamatory drug,taking wysolone10mg daily will not affect you much except you should not be having hypertension,diabetes&thyroid problems.whenever you get accute attacks,take prednisolone for a week, starting from highdose,tapering to low dose at last.donot take whenever you free from wheezing& again you can switch on the drug for week&taper it,it will help you always rather causing side effects much,as you have estableshed inflamatery process in your lungs.consult pulmonologist for details.

Answered: Sat, 14 May 2011
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