Cushing’s syndrome effect of Prednisolone

We have 513 consumer reports for Prednisolone. Cushing's syndrome effect occurred in 3%.

Patients statistics on Cushing's syndrome side effect for Prednisolone

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
165.55
178.57

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 9″

Average age
40
45

Prednisolone Circle Diagram 17 consumers of 513 reported about Cushing's syndrome

  1. 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.

  2. Margie R. Smith says:
    3.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Ulcerative colitis

    In March of this year, I found a left-sided CU. My iron supply was almost completely used up and my blood value was 5.8! Initially, I received 40 mg cortisone and 3 mg mesalazine (salofalk), iron tablets (ferro sanol) and a blood transfusion at the hospital. Later, vitamin supplements (ideos and calcium) were added to prevent osteoporosis. My doctor wanted to creep cortisone secretly, I would now (in August) actually at 2.5 mg, but have been a few weeks, unfortunately, a boost. Cortison helps in high doses … I’ve already got the mesalazine on suspicion a year ago, alone it only helped me two weeks back then. Unfortunately, my cortisone increased my weight significantly (from 58 to 75 kg!), Especially on my stomach, hips and thighs. Due to the fast weight gain, my skin is at o.g. Strongly torn. I also got a moon face. At first I had severe pain in the left half of my body, so I could hardly breathe and I was ALWAYS hungry !!! I got broom tears on my lower legs. Of the iron tablets in the morning is always bad and I get a belly and constipation. Tomorrow I have a doctor’s appointment, let’s see …

  3. Alisha D. Freel says:
    4.0 rating

    Prednisolone for Sinusitis

    Prednisolone 2 x 1 25 mg for 1 week and then 1 x 25 mg for another week, in addition to antihistamine and nose blush prescribed for maxillary sinusitis. Additional intake currently antihormone therapy (tamoxifen, zoladex) – & gt; in 5 days of simultaneous use extreme weight gain, severe hypertension, moon face, neck swelling, abdominal distension, disorders of bowel function, sweating, … – & gt; Cushing symptoms. Prednisolone deposed.

  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. Andre W. Harris says:
    4.5 rating

    Prednisolone for Morbus crohn

    Kortision helps quickly and relatively well. If only there were not all the side effects. I have to take it since 01/2006 at different intervals and dosages. In 09/2007, my inflammation became so severe that only a dose of 120mg over 10 days remedy. Then it went weekly in 20 steps down to 80mg, then back up to 100mg (because of the inflammation). Then down to 60mg. Then up to 80mg again. Then I made it to 20mg and had to go up to 60mg again and then managed to sneak out. The salvation process was very painful for me. I was startled by leg cramps at night, had strong cortisone acne, severe mood swings, sleep disorders, bulls, weight gain up to 17kg, endless water retention, heavy legs, fatigue, euphoria, Cushing’s syndrome, severe vision problems in both eyes, heartburn. In the meantime, I did not leave the house for about six weeks. The following has helped me with the symptoms: magnesium for cramps; Stinging nettle, bowl salts No. 7 (e.g., the hot sieves, ten tablets in a glass of boiling water, stirring with a plastic spoon) against the water retention; Drüfusan against cortisol acne; Rennie against the heartburn; Psyllium husks against diarrhea, constipation and flatulence (life threatening in stenoses); Vitasprint (vitamin B12) for fatigue. IMPORTANT IN THIS TIME IS THE INTRODUCTION OF IDEOS (calcium preparation, it prevents, inter alia, osteoporosis) (there is the way, by prescription)! Cortisone is a difficult time, but it will pass someday.