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Prednisone is a corticosteroid, a medication that reduces your immune system’s response to various diseases. This makes it possible to reduce allergic reactions and swelling.
Prednisone is used to treat several conditions in the body, like:
- Immune system disorders
- Breathing problems
- Severe allergies
- Skin disease
- Blood Disorder
- Eye problems
- Immune system disorders
How to take Prednisone
The best method to take this drug is as directed by your doctor. Nonetheless, you can take Prednisone orally with food. You can also take it with milk if you don’t want to risk a stomach upset.
It’s also best to take this tablet with a glass of 240 millilitres (8 ounces) of water. If you are ingesting the liquid form of Prednisone, ensure you measure the dose with a measuring spoon. A measuring spoon is advised because a household spoon might not give the appropriate dose.
This medication is recommended to be taken in the morning, preferably before 9 a.m. However, if your doctor's instructions differ from yours, you should follow them. If you’re taking this drug on another schedule besides a daily one, it’ll help to mark your progress on a calendar.
Do not stop any medication with Prednisone without first consulting your doctor. Many people wrongly believe that their conditions have improved when they no longer see any symptoms. In the end, they’ll discover that their condition has only become worse.
It’s natural to experience a few side effects when taking Prednisone, and some of them include:
- Loss of appetite
- Trouble Sleeping
- Increased sweating
Numerous Prednisone users report no side effects when using it. Nevertheless, any of these side effects should be reported to your doctor right away if they continue or get worse. Keep in mind that only if your doctor decides the advantages exceed the hazards will he or she recommend Prednisone.
Other than these minor side effects, there are certain dangerous ones that you should report to your doctor immediately. Some of them are:
- Irregular heartbeat
- Unusual weight gain
- A sore throat that doesn’t go away
- Muscle cramps
- Blurred vision and other vision problems
- Abdominal pain
- Black stool
- Vomit that looks similar to coffee grounds
- Swelling feet or hands
- Puffy face
- Mood swings
- Thinning skin
- Easy bleeding or bruising
- Slow wound healing
- Bone pain
- Menstrual period changes
Although rare, this medicine might cause major adverse reactions. Seek immediate medical help if you encounter any of the following signs or symptoms.
- Trouble breathing
- Swelling of the tongue or the throat
- Severe dizziness
There is a slim chance that Prednisone can make your blood sugar rise, which is bad if you’re diabetic. Therefore, if you have diabetes and start to experience signs of high blood sugar, such as frequent thirst, call your doctor right away.
If you have any allergies or if you are allergic to Prednisone, let your doctor know. That’s because this drug contains several active ingredients that may trigger your allergies.
Inform your doctor if you have a history of the following diseases (whether recently or in the past):
- Fungal infection
- Heart failure
- Heart attack and other heart problems
- Bone loss
- Blood clots
- High blood pressure
- Thyroid problem
- Mineral imbalance
- Liver disease
If you’ve used this medication in the last 12 months, you should inform your doctor. You should also do the same if you’ll be having surgery while on this medication.
Blood sugar levels must be regularly monitored while taking Prednisone. Your immune system will deteriorate if you take prednisone, making you more prone to sickness. Avoid getting close to somebody who has a contagious illness like the flu, chicken pox, or measles.
Sugar or alcohol may be included in the liquid Prednisone formulation. Use caution if you have liver disease or any condition that suggests you should limit your consumption of sugar or alcohol.
If you’re pregnant, you should only use Prednisone when necessary. That’s because this medication could harm an unborn baby.
Combined use of this medication and other drugs may lessen or enhance it’s effects. Due to this, it is crucial to understand these drugs, which include:
- Dabigatran and other blood thinners
Overdosing on Prednisone won't display any life threatening symptoms. However, a long term overdose can lead to changes in the shape of body fat on the waist, neck, and back. It can also lead to impotence or a loss of interest in all sexual activity.
A serious overdose of Prednisone will appear as serious breathing problems. Contact a poison control centre immediately if you encounter such a situation.
Did you miss a daily dose of Prednisone? When you recall, then take it immediately.
However, if it’s time for your next dose, just take the next one. Don’t try to play catch-up by taking two doses at once.
Store Prednisone at room temperature, in a cool, dry place, and never in your bathroom. Keep it in a location that’s out of reach of pets and children. Don’t store Prednisone in any location where it’ll have constant contact with light or moisture.
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