Joint pain effect of Prednisolone

We have 513 consumer reports for Prednisolone. Joint pain effect occurred in 4%.

Patients statistics on Joint pain side effect for Prednisolone

Female
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Average weight in Lbs
171.11
157.41

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 6″

Average age
38
35

Prednisolone Circle Diagram 22 consumers of 513 reported about Joint pain

  1. Lance M. Harrison says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Difficulty in breathing

    My husband 70 years takes the prednisolone acis 5 mg. because of shortness of breath. He is heart patient also takes morning and evening FOSTER spray and nitro spray in case of emergency. He has to take 1 1/2 tablets in the morning and a 1/2 in the evening. The family doctor says it is the maximum dosage he may not have more. He still complains of joint pain, pulling and pain in the lower legs that he can barely walk at the moment. The arms are full of purple spots like huge bumps of bruises and in those places the skin is very thin and sensitive. Drying or touching with something coarser fabric will bleed quickly! At night he got heavy calf cramps, but I buy him the LIMPTAR N, not exactly cheap with ALG II, but he can no longer sell the prednisilone. If someone has had similar experience or advice, I would be glad to answer!

    Side effects: Muscle aches; Joint pain
  2. Donna C. Gaughan says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Idiopathic thrombocytopenic

    Internal restlessness, sweats, sometimes high, sometimes down … Sleep disorders, sometimes only 4 h with interruptions. Now also joint pain in the legs. Thumb and toe stopped once (water retention in the tendons?) Now after 2 weeks food cravings. Feel totally uncomfortable … like a Trabbi with a Porsche engine. This inner turmoil makes me completely exhausted … then I had almost 4 accidents because I’m pretty muddy in the head ..

  3. Leroy J. Rivera says:
    3.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Thrombocytopenia

    I’ve been on Prednisolone for almost a year. Dosage at the moment 5mg (starting with 100mg). The decisive point is thrombocytopenia. My high-dose experience: sleep disorder, restlessness, rapid heartbeat, cold sweating, steroid acne, typical moon face, mood swings with depression, and those annoying cravings. Since about 20mg: formation of glaucoma (glaucoma) and increase in intraocular pressure about one hour after taking the drug. Pain in the foot, knee, hip, shoulder and finger joints (gradually … beginning with the knees). Increased formation of darkening (acne) about 3cm tall. With 5mg: cravings, sleep disturbance, restlessness and depression, as well as pain in the joints continues to exist. There was also a very peculiar and very penetrating smell in the Axelhölen … not two minutes after washing, the smell was back. (presumably it is in connection with L-thyroxine 50mg). It is also an uncontrollable change between being awake and being extremely tired again. Think this is due to the shut down immune system. As far as my experience with the drug.

  4. Jennifer G. Bierman says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Morbus crohn

    Hello, Aza had taken to get away from the cortisone, but got a bad pancreatitis (pancreatitis) with hellish bumping, then rather the Chron. Then I got a long time Humira injections, in this time the Chron was barely noticeable really great. I hardly noticed side effects, only permanent mucus in the throat area (neck), which at night occasionally led to snoring. Disadvantage are the late consequences, which are not yet to estimate, which is why I now pause with Humira. Now I have Sulfasalazine, feeling tired, weight gain, fatigue and diarrhea day after day. So far not exactly the perfect solution. I also take prednisolone from time to time against joint pain, which probably has the most terrible side effects in the long run. Moon face, fast weight gain, bone loss, dependence. After 3 years of daily cortisone intake, withdrawal of the drug is difficult for the body. I suffered from bad tiredness because my body had to produce the active ingredient again.

  5. Kimberly J. Browning says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Morbus crohn

    I started with 60mg for 10 days. The first side effects were fast, I gained 10 kilos, got a big belly and a big face. Joint pain, severe reflux, swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, loss of libido, and irritability set in during treatment. At 20mg the complaints started from the beginning, the dosage was increased again to 50mg. Since the cortisone seems to have a bad effect, it should now be an immunosuppressant. I’m a bit clueless now and do not know if that’s the right thing. The use of cortisone, however, should be treated with caution in any case.

  6. 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.

  7. Richard S. Gardner says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Bronchitis (acute)

    Because I copd and my chest from the many coughing was very cramped I got Prednisolon.Hätte I would never takenPurest rat poison.Einnahmetag 1 2St.genommen much drunk after half an hour noticed o yes I’ve got there also a stomach , Day 2, ne liver is there too, Day 3, The excretions from the intestines and bladder are corrosive.Bekam Ge3lenkschmerzen of which I have not much, nausea until vomiting, food intake is not possibleWhere is the pill remainder? Put it in the box, at the pharmacist. It is indeed fasting but so I did not want.Hab the pills stopped down before 3Nase nose full I want to live longer. Headache I still have pimples with 70 do not care, the visual disturbances are crass all fog wall Sometimes I feel like my head is the globe and the neck of a match. There are also flavors. The damage done by the stuff outweighs the benefits.

  8. Kari S. Fitzgerald says:
    3.5 rating

    severe joint pain, especially hand, finger and knee joints, fever, hair loss, inflammation in and around the mouth, skin changes, digestive problems, memory problems, breaking off fingernails.

  9. 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.

  10. Ashley C. Woods says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Ulcerative colitis

    I had to take cortisone twice. Both times came side effects. Joint pain, nausea, sleep disturbances, tachycardia, sexual aversion, bad mood, pimples, ladybeard, soft, thin skin and after about 3 weeks the full moon face began to grow. It helps in the acute episode, 60-40 mg. When weaning complaints are stronger again.

  11. Cynthia M. Favela says:
    4.5 rating

    I am 16 years old and I am taking cortisone since my diagnosis in March. At the beginning, I was prescribed 50mg and it did not take long until the first side effects showed up. In the first few weeks you could not do anything with me, because I really could have slept through, nobody would have woken me. Luckily, that has lessened. I just noticed that as soon as I reduce the dose, I’m dead again a day later. I suddenly got 5 kg on it within 1 week, I was always hungry for food and ate everything that got in my way, and you could see that, especially on the stomach and on the face. By now I am on 7.5mg but I have to be a nightmare, I am constantly irritated and become so easily aggressive that I’m scared myself. Sometimes you can not even hug me because it even gets on my nerves. I already have a history with depression, but since I have not had any problems with it until the time when I started to take the cortisone, I’m sure he’ll get away with it. 5kg I have also lost, only the water will not let go why my stomach is still thicker than it is. Cortison is really the last dirt and I’m glad that I hope to drop it again soon.