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Diagnosed with bells palsy, frequent urination. Taken predisolone. Will I be okay?

hello my daughter is 14 and has just been diagnosed for the second time in 2 years with bells palsy . she is urinating very frequently and her urine is colourless. she has been prescribed and is taking predisolone 5 mg 6 to be taken daily. Our doctor has told us to go back in 5 days but i am concerned about the frequency of her passing urine. is this comon whilst taking steroids? and should i be concerned about the bells palsy reoccuring within 2 years at such a young age?. thank you kindly angela halford mum
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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hi and welcome to healthcare magic....
there is no association between bells palsy and urinary just occur by chance...
bells palsy is a benign condition ,so you should not to be worried about...
urinary infection is not due to prednisolone,as such short coarse has no effect on immunity...
hope you got your answer...
Answered: Tue, 30 Jul 2013
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