Prednisolone for Pain (acute) treatment

We have 513 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (acute) with Prednisolone. Pain (acute) used in 1% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pain (acute) for Prednisolone


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5′ 4″

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Prednisolone Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 513 reported about Pain (acute)

  1. John B. Boren says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Pain (acute)

    I am 22 years old and have had Crohn’s Disease for about 2 years …. at first I got cortisone and immunosuppressants. Unfortunately, I got relapses for the first year and had to take cortisone in high doses as often as possible. I looked terrible too: full moon face, beard, red face. I also had severe bone pain. I eventually discontinued the immunosuppressant myself because it did not help me at all. At some point, cortisone did not help anymore. Then finally I got the Remicarde infusion ….. The first time I got it I was over a year push free! 🙂 Recently I got an infusion wieda. I am very excited about it. Even though I’m getting pretty tired of it ….. by all means I never take cortisone again

  2. Rebecca E. Marshall says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Pain (acute)

    Hello, For almost a year, I take the drug Actonel regularly because of osteoporosis. I often suffer from very severe pain pretty much all over my body. By contrast, I already have 3 times syringe, which supposedly activates the body’s own cortisone. After that, I was always free of pain for a while. For a possible acute attack of pain, I have now got a prescription on the drug Prednisolone 20. U.z. I should on the first day 4 tabl., on the 2nd day 3 tabl., 3rd day 2 tabl., on the 4th day 1.5 Tab. u. Take 1 tablet on the 5th day. My question is: how does this medication with my osteoporosis? Best regards, I. Sander

    Side effects: No side effects