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What is the Withdrawl Wysolone Symptom ?

My Wysolone dosage is being tapered down. It has come down to 5 mg now (highest dosage was 60 mg) after 5-6 months. Feeling very tired, sleepy, having headache , giddy feeling. Is it withdrawl symptom of Wysolone? Shaleen
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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Hi,Shaleen,thanks for query.Gradual tapering of steroids does not lead to side effects.The problem that you have might be due to something else.Please talk to your physician for this.Take good diet,plenty of fluids and visit your doctor.bye.
Answered: Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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hi shaleen.. welcome to healthcare magic.. thanks fr ur query.. wysolone is a steroid which is used fr any inflammatory condition..and its dosage must be tapered gradually.. watever symptoms u have depicted are withdrawal symptoms of steroids.. u have not depicted fr which inflammatory condition wysolone was indicated..

i advice you to consult and report your wiyhdrawal symptoms to your doctor who has prescribed it.. i hope this will be helpful to you...
Answered: Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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