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Allergy is a hypersensitivity of the immune system. Allergic reactions occur when a person's immune system reacts to normally harmles...
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Other name: Benadryl (Benadryl)
Other name: Deltasone (Deltasone)
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Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid drug that is particularly effective as an immunosuppressive drug drug. It is used to treat certain inflammatory diseases and (at higher doses) some types of cancer, but has significant adverse effects. Because it ...
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Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid drug that is particularly effective as an immunosuppressive drug drug. It is used to treat certain inflammatory diseases and (at higher doses) some types of cancer, but has significant adverse effects. Because it ...
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have diabetes (thanks Prednisone) and noticed that my Blood...
" I was stupid today. I have diabetes (thanks Prednisone) and noticed that my Blood Sugar was getting pretty high. I think it was from the OTC allergy medicine I had been taking for a few days, so... "

birth. He was Put on prednizone and neti pot and nasel...
" ...young he has had allergies, asthma ear infections. ...had this since birth. He was Put on prednizone and neti pot and nasel ...a nasel sound to it. Allergy medicine does nothing Sprays do no... "

Prednisone isn't really good for you, especially over...
" ...and belly. I had severe allergies and the shots ...allowed me to go without allergy medicine for years before they ...lo so much allergy meds. Prednisone isn't really good for you, especiall... "

treated my sinusitis problem with Prednisone and allergy...
" ...with Prednisone for sinusitis, slight headache everyday, ...general doctor treated my sinusitis problem with Prednisone and allergy medicine. I m pretty sure ...of energy) and my body has ach... "

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wrong.I'm now on a 24hr allergy medicine that reduced the...
" ...done and X-rays........nothing was wrong.I'm now on a 24hr allergy medicine that reduced the episodes,but they still happen.I also have prescription prednisone for emergencies. I really want... "

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- also tried prednisone, no results. What works? A...
" ...the insides of her thighs in the fall. I've tried every allergy medicine & had several tests done at the vet, no ...like yours - also tried prednisone, no results. What works? A... "

So she gave him a prednisone shot, a steroid inhaler,...
" ...his asthma. So she gave him a prednisone shot, a steroid inhaler, told him to take his allergy medicine and a suppressant (not ...Every year he has a bad bout with allergies and his asthma.... "

urgent care. They gave me Prednisone and some steroid nasal...
" ...When it does, it's generally a lot of coughing and my neck/chin itching like mad. If I get sick, however, it always flares up; colds tend to leave me coughing to the point of pain. The last time, I... "

I got home I took 2 prednisone pills I had left. I don't...
" ...having bad allergies then. Was miserable sneezing ALL day at Dollywood with Angel I took so much allergy medicine I am amazed I did not OD. Finally when I got home I took 2 prednisone pills I had... "

on prednisone before also a few times, I beleive it worked...
" ...if their's any other allergy medicine for young children thru ...like to make my kids sleepy thru medicines. She's also been on prednisone before also a few times, I beleive it worked well but s... "

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