Night sweat effect of Prednisolone

We have 513 consumer reports for Prednisolone. Night sweat effect occurred in 3%.

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Prednisolone Circle Diagram 13 consumers of 513 reported about Night sweat

  1. Michele V. Nabors says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Heart rhythm disturbances; Inflammation

    L-tyroxine: palpitations, angina pectoris attack, sweats, night sweats, fever? Obsidan: compensates the tachycardia of L-thyroxine Paracetamol: stomach pain, bile and liver pain Prednisolone: already described as a single drug

  2. Robert E. Williams says:
    4.5 rating

    When I was admitted with my inflammation in the university hospital, I got the cortisone first on the vein, so it works faster, that went on for 5 days. Was then discharged and had to take tablets 100mg at the beginning and then in 10 he / per steps downwards. It hit well and the inflammation is gone. Am now at 70 mg and the side effects are annoying. My blood pressure fluctuates constantly from heart racing not to mention, sleep disturbances and at night I wake up totally sweaty. Water retention on stomach and face. Luckily, I have no stomach problems because I get my own tablets for protection. I feel uncomfortable in my own body since taking it and am constantly depressed or irritated. Now and then headaches occur 1 hour after the intake, which are not strong, but it disturbs the concentration. My blood values are up to the leukocytes (with me 19 – normal value is to 10) ok. On top of that, I usually feel very powerless.

  3. Letha M. Henderson says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Ulcerative colitis

    I have to take prednisolone since January due to the disease Ulcerative colitis. At the beginning I took 50mg and for 2 weeks I am only 30mg. I somehow got all the pallets of side effects. Side effects: Extreme knee pain Cold sweat during the night Hot flushes during the day No more feeling of satiety At night I can not sleep through completely restless and have the feeling after 3 hours sleep I had slept 10 hours and I’m already in bed again at 19 o’clock. Circulatory problems (shaky hands and blurred vision) I often feel like I’m not breathing in enough to get enough heartbeat I think that’s a lot of side effects and I’m so happy if I do not have to take this medicine anymore!

  4. Chelsea F. Phillips says:
    3.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Polymyalgia rheumatica

    Feeling of weakness in general until the afternoon, especially in the hands and legs. Weight gain 6 kg. Nocturnal sweating, as well as in all light sports activities (back training, walking). Thyroid problems, difficulty breathing, skin rashes, circulatory problems, constant malaise and susceptibility to influenza. Infection.

  5. Ella A. Keen says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Arthritis

    Hello, at the beginning I was fine with the administration of cortisone. The pain disappeared relatively quickly. The pain started like a flu, with pain in the feet, knees, and wrists until the push was so bad that I could not climb stairs anymore, and I was totally stiff (morning stiffness). Rheumatoid factors could not be detected in the blood, but with X-ray images, a change has been noted. The first few weeks I took 20 mg in the morning and 10 mg in the evening, that was 7 weeks ago. Now I am on 5 mg and 2.5 mg. For 3 weeks I have been feeling dizzy and nauseous in the afternoon, and then I can not go straight for 3 – 5 minutes. Since last sunday I can see double pictures around lunchtime. Was already at the neurologist and Kernspin, but it’s all ok. The blood values are ok. Never had such problems before, I suppose it comes from cortisone. Thought I had my change (I’m 56 years old) brought around without night sweats, because, since I take cortisone I turn the blanket all night around because I’m hot. Cortisone is already interfering with the hormone and circulatory system. That is not completely without it. If Cortison is expected to take until the end of January 2011, then it will decide what I have to do then.

  6. Laverne K. Roark says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Bell's palsy

    I was very glad that within 24 hours of the occurrence of my 6th facial nerve palsy, I was prescribed the drug prednisolone. 5 days 60 mg, then in 10 steps to 0, all for 10 days. Although my facial paralysis has improved this time, but I really have many side effects, such as tachycardia, in the down dosing I got breathless, sweat during sleep and restlessness. I hope that I feel better soon, I feel really hurt.

  7. Jeffrey S. David says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Sarcoidosis

    I have to undergo cortisone therapy for 7 months due to sarcoidosis. During this time, cortisone was gradually reduced from 80mg initially. The sarcoidosis has disappeared but there were quite a few side effects during this time. At first everything tasted of metal. By Wasseinlagerungen I took 18Kilo, which are now dismantled, however. Cortisone attacks the gastric mucosa resulting in heartburn, on the other hand, there were tablets that also helped. At first I always got calf cramps at night, whereas magnesium helped, besides, I could fall asleep badly and sweat a lot at night. The cortisone promotes fungal infections, in my case there was an infection in the mouth, in the genital area and in addition also hemorrhoids and flatulence. The most painful thing was the infection in my mouth, because I always had the feeling that I had to drink something. Fortunately, all of these side effects have disappeared towards the end of therapy. Towards the end of the therapy, I suddenly had a vision disorder. I got up in the morning and could not recognize the font on my phone which went without problems the previous evening. A check-up with the ophthalmologist said the eyesight is 100% there and nothing can be detected on the eye, but now you are far-sighted and need reading glasses. This is now 6 weeks ago my vision fluctuates strongly, sometimes I can see better and sometimes worse, I hope, of course, that still with the time is still. Conclusion: As good as it helps cortisone, it is a devil of all the side effects, even if most side effects are gone, I would prefer other therapies if there are any.