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Prednisolone (also known as Methylprenisolone acetate) is a corticosteroid (corticosteroids are hormones which are produced by the adrenal glands) which is prescribed to decrease the severity of unwanted inflammations.
Prednisolone is usually recommended in patients who are suffering from inflammatory disorders (such as arthritis, asthma, Crohn's disease, and systemic lupus erythematosus), rheumatoid arthritis and it is also prescribed in adjunctive therapy in the patients who are suffering from ulcerative colitis and multiple sclerosis.
Prednisolone may also be prescribed to serve other purposes than those listed above; for further information, patients should ask their personal healthcare provider, doctor or pharmacist.
Patients who are under treatment with Prednisolone and have not had chicken pox should try to stay away from the persons who are suffering from this medical condition. However, if they are exposed to this clinical disorder they should immediately seek medical attention.
Individuals are advised not to abruptly interrupt their treatment, because it can lead to other medical conditions and side effects. The intake of Prednisolone is known to increase the risk of infections (these infections can be mild, but also severe and some times even fatal) and can also mask the symptoms of any infectious condition.
As Prednisolone reduces the normal secretion of steroid hormones from the human organism it is important for the patients to take a mineralo-corticoid or salt supplement. Patients should not use Prednisolone if they are allergic to any of the ingredients of Prednisolone or if they have a systemic infections or an allergic reaction to Prednisolone.
Patients who are suffering from abnormal muscle weakness, diabetes, epilepsy, glaucoma, high blood pressure, hypothyroidism and liver cirrhosis should not take Prednisolone without discussing with their personal healthcare provider or doctor, because they need a dose adjustment.
Prednisolone can be prescribed by women who are pregnant, preparing to become pregnant or breast feeding, as Prednisolone does not affect the baby and does not pass into to the female's breast milk. However, these women should talk to their doctor if they want to begin a treatment with Prednisolone.
Patients should ask their caregiver or personal physician to tell them exactly how to use Prednisolone in order to obtain visible results during and after the treatment. They should listen carefully to their doctor's indications and under no circumstances should they deviate from them.
Patients should shake the medicine before using it. Prednisolone must be injected into a joint under medical supervision, but it can also be administered intramuscularly or into the skin wounds.
In the case of patients who are using Prednisolone for a long time, they are recommended not to suddenly stop the treatment, without discussing it first with their personal healthcare provider. Individuals are recommended not to use Prednisolone if it is discolored or if it has small particles in it. The medicine is milky white; in case it has changed its color, patients should throw it away and purchase another pack of Prednisolone.
Patients should ask their doctor how to take every dose of Prednisolone in order to obtain the best results from their therapy. Usually, the dosage is based on the medical condition that the patient is suffering from and also on his / her response to the treatment.
Patients are not recommended to increase or decrease their dose of Prednisolone, not take it for longer or shorter periods of time, without discussing this problem with their personal health care provider or physician. The doctor or physician may decrease the dose of Prednisolone in order to avoid the appearance of side effects or symptoms such as: weakness, nausea, extreme tiredness and weight loss.
Patients who suspect that they have taken an over dose of Prednisolone should immediately announce their caregiver and the local poison center. The symptoms of an overdose are the same as the side effects but they tend to develop as much more severe.
Patients should try as much as possible to take each of the prescribed doses of Prednisolone at its due time. If they happen to forget taking one, they should use it as soon as they remember. In the case in which it is time for the next dose, they should take the next one, forgetting about the missed dose and then continue with their normal schedule.
It is well known the fact that each medicine has its side effects, which some people experience and some do not. The most common side effects which a patient using Prednisolone may experience during his or her therapy with Prednisolone include the following: upset stomach, dizziness, headaches, sleeping problems, increased appetite, menstrual period changes and weight gain.
Patients should immediately announce their doctor if they experience the following side effects: bone or joint pain, black stools, severe abdominal pain, easy bruising and bleeding, tendon pain, sore throat, painful urination, thinning skin and unusual skin growth and muscle pain. This is not a complete list of the possible side effects that a person who is under treatment with Prednisolone may experience, for further information patients are recommended to discuss with their personal health care provider or pharmacist.
The doctor will inform you about all the medications which interact with Prednisolone. It is very important for the patients to tell the doctor about all the medicines they are currently taking, including herbal products and vitamins.