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Pain in particular postures, left shoulder. Prescribed wysolone, famocid. Are these steroids?

Hello I am male at 47 years - weight 58 kg ht - 5 ft 6 inches. I have got some pain in particular postures / movements in my left shoulder which started when I lifted a bag at backbent position. Pain occured occasionally more when I played soccer. An ortho-doc prescribed me WYSOLONE 10 and FAMOCID 40. Is it steroid ? and shall I gain weight ? What are possible side-effects ?
Asked On : Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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Hi biswajit,

The medication prescribed Wysolone is a steroid and Famocid is anti ulcer medication.
The side effects pf steroids are there, but it depends on duration of therapy with steroid. If it is for a very short duration of 1 week to 10 days in low dose of 10 mg than it is not going to produce much problem. The main problem with intial dosing is gastritis for which Famocid is already prescribed to you.

Thanks and hope this will help you.
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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