Prednisolone for Lung infection treatment

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

Patients statistics on Lung infection for Prednisolone


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Prednisolone Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 513 reported about Lung infection

  1. Misty A. Powell says:
    1.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Lung infection; Asthma

    I have a mild pneumonia (am asthmatic) Since I am allergic to penecillin, the pulmonary physician Doxam retard had prescribed 10 tablets. But every morning I got less air and on the 6th day I had to put down the tablet. Early in the morning I thought I had a marble stone on my chest. In addition, I was prescribed Prednisolone 10mg by Doxam I also got oral fungus and the prednisolone I am as shaky as an alcoholic. I have to say, however, that I have already taken 14 tablets of Avalox. Since I dropped off Doxam, I’m getting good breath.

    Side effects: Difficulty in breathing
  2. Daniel J. Cochran says:
    1.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Lung infection

    My husband received 1 dose and died the same day

    Side effects: No side effects
  3. Erin J. Ryan says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Lung infection

    Prednisolone for carminative pneumonia. 1st week in the morning 40 mg, 2nd week 30 mg, 3rd week 20 mg, soon 10 mg, etc. Side effects include blurred vision, dizziness, high blood pressure, increased appetite, weight gain, gums hurts in places, tremors, sensory disturbances, mood swings, aggression, Forgetfulness, blurred vision, at night partial pressure on the chest, flatulence, lying awake at night for several hours, in the afternoon food cravings, water retention on the face, partial joint pain in the hips and knees. Why does not my doctor tell me about these side effects before ?! Especially about the risk of osteoporosis and that you should also take calcium?