Depressions effect of Prednisolone

We have 513 consumer reports for Prednisolone. Depressions effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Depressions side effect for Prednisolone

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
159.22
193.69

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 8″

Average age
44
39

Prednisolone Circle Diagram 27 consumers of 513 reported about Depressions

  1. Jessica R. Howard says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Sweat; Blurred vision; Pain (back)

    Prednisolone did not help me at all. The strong back and abdominal pain did not make it easy for me to take it. In addition, there were depressions that lasted for a long time and greatly affected my work …

  2. Tami C. Bender says:
    2.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Tinnitus; Sudden hearing loss

    At the beginning: Tachycardia, RR low, dizziness, hot flashes Visual disturbance throughout: Dizziness, blurred vision, depressive mood, face pimples, drug rash, joint problems, fatigue, forgetfulness increased, thinking impaired, euphoric relapses But falling asleep worked well 🙂 after all

  3. Tony C. Boardman says:
    3.5 rating

    Fluctuations, 1 day good, 1 day bad. Impotence, very strong sleep disorders, fear unfounded, concentration problems. Sometimes appetite, or disgust before eating, heartburn, nightmares depression in spurts

  4. Nadine T. Weathers says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Ulcerative colitis

    strong weight gain (weight has more than doubled!). Full moon face, double chin, sweats, insomnia, nausea, heartburn, nervousness, joint pain (bones and tendons are porous). Muscle aches. Eye pain (pressure pain). Several teeth lost (are simply crumbled – not because of caries.) Dental implants are due to partly deficient bone substance not settable.Hair loss water retention of some 1-3 kilograms overnight! Depressed moods. Fortunately, I have found a doctor, which brings me out of the cortisone cerebral circulation.Cortisone should, based on my experience for my terms, not be taken for more than 1-2 years.

  5. Alison M. Holub says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Morbus crohn

    I now take cortisone and pantoprazole after my third bad episode occurred during my Crohn’s disease. I have had much worse relapses with hospitalization and fewer side effects, but since that episode, cortisone has hit my heart. Started with 40mg per day and am now after a long bleaching phase and many setbacks at 10mg. It looks as if the disease is contained, but the side effects are quite annoying: 1. strong moon face 2. depression (now has to take antidepressants additionally, had a strong basic sadness 3. no satiety and binge eating (+ 8kg) 4 Severe fatigue and listlessness 5. Concentration difficulties 6. Mood swings 7. Stomach problems (but pantoprazole, helps quite well) Finally, cortisone is the only drug that strikes me during a spurt and even if I hate the side effects and feel ugly + sad I am I realize that I prefer to live like that, with the strong MC pain.

  6. Sandra C. Ruiz says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Morbus crohn

    I have been taking Budenofalk in a very low dosage for 4 weeks (3mg in the morning and 3mg in the evening), before that I took about 6 weeks of prednisolone, starting with 40mg and then 5mg per week, at the beginning (40mg) I got the prednisolone very well tolerated and the pain and relapses were blown away, but I was very euphoric, even slightly hyperactive, had a lot of appetite and sleep disorders, and also with weight gain and water retention I had to fight (from 45kg to 59kg in 3 weeks.) I had a slight Rash in the third week, which lasted a good three weeks.At the end of the intake time, I was only depressed, the relapses set in again, I was dizzy, I had always a headache and strong eyesight on my right eye Now, as I said, I’ve been taking Budenofalk for 4 weeks, the dizziness is still there, and there’s always a lot of nausea I don’t have any more serathercings and my weight has gone down a bit (56kg), which is partly because of the occasional diarrhea. I suffer from mild anxiety and because of this I am often quite sad and depressed, which often ends in crying. Fatigue is one of the side effects in my case, too, and I have the feeling that all my strength has left my body and that even climbing stairs is a burden to me.