Prednisolone for Difficulty in breathing treatment

We have 513 consumer reports for treatment of Difficulty in breathing with Prednisolone. Difficulty in breathing used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Difficulty in breathing for Prednisolone


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5′ 10″

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Prednisolone Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 513 reported about Difficulty in breathing

  1. Arthur C. Hutsell says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Difficulty in breathing; Skin rash; Allergy

    I suffer for years under a year-old allergy but in the summer is particularly bad and I’m about to suffocate. Antihistamines (eg Cetrizine, Aerius, Telfast, Loratadin, ..) brought nothing except fatigue, mast cell stabilizers brought nothing, natural remedies (like black cumin, …), even the Volon A syringe (cortisone) brought little improvement. The only thing that helped was Prednisolone Tabs (20mg) .1-2 tabs daily. Side effects: increased appetite occasional palpitations dizziness headache

  2. Lance M. Harrison says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Difficulty in breathing

    My husband 70 years takes the prednisolone acis 5 mg. because of shortness of breath. He is heart patient also takes morning and evening FOSTER spray and nitro spray in case of emergency. He has to take 1 1/2 tablets in the morning and a 1/2 in the evening. The family doctor says it is the maximum dosage he may not have more. He still complains of joint pain, pulling and pain in the lower legs that he can barely walk at the moment. The arms are full of purple spots like huge bumps of bruises and in those places the skin is very thin and sensitive. Drying or touching with something coarser fabric will bleed quickly! At night he got heavy calf cramps, but I buy him the LIMPTAR N, not exactly cheap with ALG II, but he can no longer sell the prednisilone. If someone has had similar experience or advice, I would be glad to answer!

    Side effects: Muscle aches; Joint pain