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Taking steroids for liver. Spots on body, sweating, pain in side and legs. Normal?

Hi my boyfriend is taking prescribed steroids for his liver, he has broken out in spots all over his body and is always wet with sweat. Is this normal. Also since last night he has been complaining of pains on his side, around his liver again and also his legs, is this ok? He was unable to see his consultant for his last appointment as she had to cancel so he was unable to get more of his steroids which I think is shocking. He has now not had any for 3 days.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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the first thing you need to know ia steroids main.sideeffect is dependence and if you stop it suddenly without tappering the drug you will get some side effects.And the symptoms you are facing are due to the usage of the steroids nay be the dose prescribed for you doesnt suits you and the disease symptoms are not controlling with that.spots on your body indicates some bleeding problem so you need to have appt and pt with inr tests done.Thank you.
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