Face swelling effect of Prednisolone

We have 513 consumer reports for Prednisolone. Face swelling effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Face swelling side effect for Prednisolone

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162.04

Average height in Ft
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5′ 9″

Average age
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Prednisolone Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 513 reported about Face swelling

  1. Willis C. Adan says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Morbus crohn

    Since I get the azathioprine, I have been knucklebones who seem to be getting worse and the legs and face are swollen. My legs feel like they have weights on them.

  2. Virginia C. Texeira says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone is actually a universal medication. It is equal to cortisone! And cortisone is also mostly suitable for everything and everything. But both of these preparations in the case of prolonged dosing absorb the body, starting with the face! It looks like bloated … And with prolonged ingestion, or injections, I got after about 20 minutes, blurred vision and a very unpleasant iron taste in the mouth. You should definitely avoid driving a car!

    Side effects: Face swelling; Blurred vision
  3. Farah J. Stewart says:
    4.5 rating

    I have affected Wegener’s disease with lung, kidney and nose. There are granulomas on the lungs, granulomas were also found in the urine, then I lost nosebleeds and large pieces of bark. Prednisolone I get since 15.02.2011 as a tablet and take it in early. Since then, my face has become bloated. Since 17.02.2011 I get cyclophosphamide as an infusion. I always go to the clinic for one night for observation. The first three chemos I got every 2 weeks, from the fourth chemo I get them every 3 weeks. So far, there were no special occurrences. I still have five infusions before me. Only once, one day after, I had nausea, vomiting, and temperature. Also, my heart rate was 120 and I had sweating. Although I had sat quietly. Otherwise I’m fine, nothing serious. I feel very weak and limp. Even with larger efforts, I quickly get out of breath, need a lot of breaks, have to sit down a lot. Can not stand long either. My hands always shake early in the morning, sometimes less on some days on some days. After the second chemo I noticed my pulse in the chest, my pulse was between 80 -110. Even at rest, he was 85 – 95. With bisoprolol 2.5 we got it quite well under control, only on some days he is still elevated. My krea value was 200 in February, now we’ve got in on 100. That’s something.