Sleeping problems effect of Prednisolone

We have 513 consumer reports for Prednisolone. Sleeping problems effect occurred in 2%.

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Prednisolone Circle Diagram 10 consumers of 513 reported about Sleeping problems

  1. Alan J. Noll says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Hives

    Have you been taking heartburn despite strict diet. Sleep problems that are getting worse as you crawl. I’m glad if I can sleep at night for two hours. Furthermore, I had the first few days of vision problems and shaky legs.

    Side effects: Sleeping problems
  2. Nancy P. Fortin says:
    4.0 rating

    Unfortunately no good experiences after the first day it started with dizziness, slackness, pressure in the chest area, weak knees and sleep disturbances

  3. Mina E. Stanford says:
    5.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Sudden hearing loss

    After getting 3 cortisone infusions first, I was given pills. Scheme: 5/4/3/2/2/1 / 0.5. Already after the second infusion, the urinary urgency increased. After the first tablet intake, it became more and more and on the 3rd day of tablet intake I could hardly get enough fast to the toilet. In addition there were strong mood swings with sudden outbursts, heavy sweating, insomnia (extremely during the 3-day infusion, then slightly improved), unexplained nervousness and of course the familiar bright red face associated with heat sensation (as in a very strong sunburn). Helped the drug, but the side effects were extreme. At the next acute hearing loss, I will probably wait a few days, if the symptoms disappear as well. Because the side effects have burdened me a lot and limited, especially the constant Urn urgency and partially uncontrolled urine output.

  4. Christopher N. Moore says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Tinnitus

    When I went to ENT for tinnitus, I was prescribed cortisone (prednisolone). I know cortisone very well because my son has 5 years of Duchenne muscular dystrophy and also gets cortisone, but one with fewer side effects (Calcort). So my experience on the first day, with prednisolone today took 4 x 50mg. and constantly on the toilet, after a few hours I got extreme back pain, had very high blood pressure during the day and the pulse as if I was running a Maraton. 161 pulse and blood pressure 151 to 122. So I’m not convinced of the zeuch, but wait and see the cure is not over yet. the remaining days should be taken 3 x 50mg, 2 x 50mg and then 1 x 50mg.