It looks like you have been coping up well with the gradual reduction of prednisolone.
If the prednisolone would not had been enough for you then you would have low blood pressure, or any abnormalities in your electrolytes.
The atrial fibrillation can sometimes happen all of a sudden which is...
I went to the Er on tues and they said I had strep throat and prescribed me methylprednisolone 4mg tablets 21 over 6 days . And gave me a very painful steriod shot in my back . Did they do the right thing ? I never did see a doctor the whole time, it was just te nurses in the Er .
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Common cause for recurrent lichen planus is presence of infective focus in body like dental infection,ent infection,tinea paedis etc.It should be important to rule out and treat them.
Topical potent steroids like clonate lotion will be a better option instead of...
you have to take prednisolone after food and if you take for long term you should take PPI along with prednisolone and also calcium with vitamin D3 supplements has to be taken.
PPI should be used before breakfast in the morning preferable on empty stomach that is one hour before breakfast....
This can be drug induced ecchymosis.
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It seems from the history that you are having swelling of the lower eyrlid bluish in colour. This is because...
Prednisonolone is a steroid drug which has anti inflammatory and anti allergic effects. It also leads to osteoporosis. Since you were taking Prednisonolone for prolonged period you get habituated to it. Sudden change in dosage leads to relapse in symptoms. Your back pain might be...
My Mother (60)was recently diagnosed with Hansen's disease .She is into her 5th Month of MDT.It started with the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis .She was treated for RA for close to 3 years and then the full symptoms of Hansen's appeared.She completed 2 months of prednisolone (total of 1860 mg) recently because of acute inflammation.Seems some peripheral nerve damage has already happened.Prednisolone helped a lot with also some form of nerve damage recovery .She was able to get back some muscle strength.Initially she was not able to move some of her fingers and now she is able to . But She has lost her sensation on foot and hand.We went to another Dr and now the doctor has put her on NuroKind(Methylcobalamin) and Fersolate for B12 and iron deficiency. Will Nurokind help in peripheral nerve damage recovery ?Should I see a neurologist ? Will long term use of prednisolone help in recovering from nerve damage?