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Help please! is generic Medrol (methylprednisolone) as effective for asthma?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
5 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

There is no therapeutic difference between the brand name and the generic equivalent.

In brief: Yes

There is no therapeutic difference between the brand name and the generic equivalent.
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Dr. Christine Hom
Pediatrics

In brief: Use as directed

Generic methylprednisolone works for my patients.
Follow your physician's instructions and call if something doesn't seem right.

In brief: Use as directed

Generic methylprednisolone works for my patients.
Follow your physician's instructions and call if something doesn't seem right.
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In brief: For resistant cases

medrol (oral methylprednisolone) is usually reserved for asthma attacks that resist usual inhaled therapy.
It is usually given for short periods in a tapering (reducing the dose over days). It is not intended for regular use except in very severe, resistant cases.

In brief: For resistant cases

medrol (oral methylprednisolone) is usually reserved for asthma attacks that resist usual inhaled therapy.
It is usually given for short periods in a tapering (reducing the dose over days). It is not intended for regular use except in very severe, resistant cases.
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