Prednisone for Morbus crohn treatment

We have 54 consumer reports for treatment of Morbus crohn with Prednisone. Morbus crohn used in 9% of cases.

Patients statistics on Morbus crohn for Prednisone

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Male

Average weight in Lbs
146.39
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Average height in Ft
5′ 4″
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Average age
38
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Prednisone Circle Diagram 5 consumers of 54 reported about Morbus crohn

  1. Cynthia C. Torres says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisone for Morbus crohn

    I have taken this drug since October 2007 after an acute episode. In the years before, I had it again and again and thus it had this time no great effect. The side effects such as weight gain, fatigue, itchy eyes, etc. came directly. I then had to sell it and was set to AZA

    Side effects: Fatigue; Increase in weight
  2. Eliza R. Bounds says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisone for Morbus crohn

    Take these medications since 5 years tired tired listless I have mood swings

    Side effects: Fatigue
  3. Frieda J. Conner says:
    2.0 rating

    Prednisone for Morbus crohn

    at azathioprin I have sweats at night, and after taking daytime heart racing without ende.akne in the whole face. pain in the stomach.bei prednisol up to now 10kg.gewichtszunahme, moon face and a very thick belly.bin now at 25mg cortisone a day.will every week deposed by 5mg.bin glad when the water is gone.bin constantly caught cold.

  4. Patricia J. Dehner says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisone for Morbus crohn

    For my Crohn’s disease, since October 2008 I have been receiving prednisone intravenously and Remicade as an infusion. I have to go to the hospital for these medications. First, prednisone is injected. Then I have to wait half an hour before I am attached to Remicadeinfusion. The flow time of the infusion is at least 2 hours. Then wait another half hour. So about 4 hours of time currently every 8 weeks. Prednisone: – steroid acne – weight gain – full moon face – diffuse hair loss – susceptibility to infection Side effects Remicade: – fatigue (especially during and shortly after infusion) – susceptibility to infection