Prednisone belongs to corticosteroids class of drugs
Prednisone medicine is prescribed for ulcerative colitis, allergic problems, breathing issues, lupus, arthritis and psoriasis.
Prednisone belongs to corticosteroids class of drugs. Once you start with a Prednisone prescription, keep in mind to go as per the doctor’s advise. Never miss any dose and never take an overdose. If you really aspire to get rid of your health problems, it is better to complete the whole medication.
The doctor will only be able to prescribe the right dose of Prednisone only if he has an idea about all your health history.
The doctor may not prescribe Prednisone or he may go for a dose adjustment if you have liver/kidney issues, diabetes, hypertension, thyroid problems, TB, glaucoma, osteoporosis, herpes, myasthenia gravis, ulcers, ulcerative colitis and depression. Pregnant women and breast-feeding women should have to discuss with the physician about all the risks involved with the medicine.
While you are on a Prednisone medication, you should be careful not to come in contact with persons having fever or infections. This is because Prednisone drugs can lower the immune system, which means that your body is more susceptible to illness and infections.
Prednisone is not prescribed if you have any allergy to the ingredients of the drug and also if you have any fungal infections. You should also not take any live vaccines as they become useless with Prednisone medicine.
When taking Prednisone, you should be careful of the allergies and also the side effects. Once you feel any illness or any uneasiness after taking Prednisone medicine, better stop the medicine and contact the doctor without delaying.