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Prednisolone Acetate Medication
See below: Apo-prednisone and prednisolone acetate are both in the class of drugs called corticosteroids. The difference between the two is their use and formulation. Prednisolone acetate is used for treating inflammation of the eyes and comes in the form of eye drops. Apo-prednisone works throughout the whole body to treat a variety of inflammatory reactions or diseases and comes in a tablet form. ...Read more
Impossible: The dose is usually too small to affect your metabolism. Do be aware of the fact that long term use of Prednisolone eye drop may lead to glaucoma, cataracts,and even more seriously herpes simplex infection of the eye leading to blindness. Be sure that you are not using it for more than a few days without your eye doctor's supervision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not advisible: A stye is an infection. Prednisolone could potentially make the infection worse as it reduces your body's ability to fight infection. Hot compresses are the best treatment for a stye. Better still, see your eye doctor to confirm the diagnosis and get the correct treatment. ...Read more
I have myopia and I am currently on steroid eye drops (prednisolone acetate 1%). My vision has become worse. Could it be because of the eyedrops?
Can prednisolone-induced cataract worsen after stoppage of medication? My vision seems more blurred.
A steroid medication: Prednisolone is a form of medication know as a steroid--the active metabolite of prednisone. Used similarly, both medications are useful in the treatment of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis or asthma. In certain medical situations Prednisolone may be better absorbed than prednisone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi..i took prednisolone medication 10mg for a day due to inflamatory related condition...will i experience any side effects from it?
Hi , i am currently on prednisolone medication and it is making me urinate frequently. is this normal ? please help as i find it annoying at night.
I have only double vision from last 7 weeks and taking medication as prednisolone that helped me to reduce the diplopia. Is this the symptoms of ms?
Double vision: Need to know if the double vision is monocular or binocular. Cover one eye. If the double vision goes away, then it is so called binocular diplopia. If you have double vision with only one eye open, then it suggests that the problem is in the eye itself, and not the brain. Cannot exclude ms as a cause, but start with a good examination and medical evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Doctor gave me Prednisolone 40mg/day & gradually reduced dosage to treat urticaria. Urticaria rebounds after stopping medication. Can I take it again?
Better not: As it will keep rebounding if it is urticaria, see a specialist: a dermatologist or an allergist for better management, if you have already done so, keep the follow up or seek a second opinion, but don't self manage, good luck ...Read more
How long does it take for myasthenia gravis symptoms to go away on medications like prednisolone,azathioprine?
Working meds: It depends on the half life of the medication and your own body's ability to metabolize the medication and utilize it for its purpose. Your pharmacist can be very helpful with this tyoe of information as well as the package insert. Well wishes and do not delay an office visit if symptoms show no improvement. ...Read more
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