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Prednisone for Ear Problems

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By Rameda
April 18, 2014
Rameda wrote
Predisone and swollen leg
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By Shelly
January 21, 2014
Shelly wrote
prednisone
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I was orig put on hydrocortisone, my joints all went bad, I had confused brain and memory loss. Then they put me on prednisolone, god I was in a rage all the time. At the end of 3 weeks my brain felt like it was going to burst. I'm being told I need steroids to live. But since I've taken them I'm just egsisting. I have trouble walking, my feet are so painful and my brain is mush.
Willow  |  March 30, 2014
I was put prednisone for wheezing. I am 46. On day 4. My heart
Rate is going down to as low as 52. I have dry mouth and
I'm talking more than normal. I have anxiety normally
And I'm freaking out about my heart rate. I can't confirm that its the
Prednisone but my heart rate is typically fast.
I am afraid my heart is going to just stop.
Marnie46  |  March 29, 2014
Prednisone had a similar effect on me. I became a lot more violent and easily irritated. I found that normal things would set me off and make me rageful. My mood was almost bipolar. It does go away once off the med for about a week or so. The mental changes are not permanent at all, but they are definitely the result of Prednisone.
March 24, 2014
Yes, definitely. This has happened to me as well as my sister, especially when the steroid (prednisone) levels are high. Talking more like if your really have too much caffeine in your system, also constant urination (more at night) and lastly sudden changes in mood.
Mark  |  March 12, 2014
YES! I am in the VERY same boat with my dad! I wish I had seen your post sooner.
mickilynn  |  February 22, 2014
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By Lighthouse
January 20, 2014
Lighthouse wrote
Prednisone and Suicidal
i was on prednisone 40mg i feel awful and low mood , cry every day i want kill myself not worth my life i hate steriod affect my heart fast beat and ectopic beat terrible but steriod reduce 5mg start feel better
yvonne  |  April 15, 2014
I was on 80 mg a day at the peak and it made me quite angry and violent. I was never near suicide but it definitely messed with my mind. However, I found that this effect ended about a week after I stopped taking it, and I did not have any serious withdrawal problems.
March 24, 2014
Yes, "speedy and talkative" is a common effect. The psychotic effects can kick in on higher doses. My husband was on 160 when he became psychotic the first time and 90 the second. What is important is that depression can occur while coming off, even tapering the correct way. Doctors know about that. What they need to also know is how to treat those who do show extreme lability. What you can do is make sure your doctors are aware.
Lighthouse  |  January 23, 2014
I'm so sorry to hear about your experience. I am wondering if my mom will get like that when she stops the prednisone. While on it, she is speedy and talkative and child-like acting. I'm wondering if it will be like a crash effect when it gets out of her system. Was your husband ever speedy and talkative on it?
shelly  |  January 21, 2014
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By CareBear2000
January 15, 2014
CareBear2000 wrote
Prednisone
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By may
January 14, 2014
may wrote
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By Tracy
November 17, 2013
Tracy wrote
On Prednisolone
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By Jean
November 7, 2013
Jean wrote
trunkel obesity caused by prednisone
I am currently in Anatomy and Physiology II at Northwest Florida State College and it sounds like you might have Cushing's Disease. General signs and symptoms of this includes fat redistribution (Truncal Obesity) and weight gain. However, it is treatable because all it is, is an overproduction of the hormone Cortisol. With that being said, just tell your family physician that you need a lab for your Cortisol/Corticosterone levels. Hope this helps!!
Malcolm Griffith  |  April 11, 2014
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By JADE
September 19, 2013
JADE wrote
ulcer colitis and prednisone
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By Beveerly Johnson
September 19, 2013
Beveerly Johnson wrote
Trunkel obesity caused by prednisone
yes taking too much prednisolone can raise your cortisol levels causing obesity ie, cushings disease and un fortunately the only way to get rid of it is exercise, and also metabolic tests to check insulin levels hopes this helps
marie  |  December 3, 2013
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By Mockingbird813
September 2, 2013
Mockingbird813 wrote
Risperdal flat affect
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What patients are saying about Prednisone and Ear Problems

120 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
I actually had to go on antibiotics, steroids(prednisone...
My ear problems started with a cold that I got back in the first week of Jan. I actually had to go on antibiotics, steroids(prednisone) and flonase to reduce the inflammation. It takes a...
in her swollen nasal passage. He put her on a high pred...
...has had sinus and ear problems since August. She just saw an ENT and I watched the monitor as he could hardly get his scope in her swollen nasal passage. He put her on a high pred taper...
and have recently had minor aches that appear to be \"dee...
Ear problems can some of you discuss your problems with your ears/hearing?? i am on the cytoxan and pred and have recently had minor aches that appear to be \"deep\" in the ear. i am not sure this...
changed the shampoo we use on her. She's had ear problems...
...been perscribeds clavamox, rimadyl, prednisone, everything. We've changed her food countless times, I even put her on a bland diet of dry EN, nothing has changed. I've even changed the shampoo we u...
but after the 8th year it got better. She had ear problems...
...Prednisone for about 2 months at the most. She is in her middle 50's and the one thing I know she does that just drives my wild is that she had asked her doctor if she could have a drink or two ...
inner ear & was put on Phenergan, Prochlorperazine & Predni...
...had ear problems before, mine have always been troublesome, operations, allergies, imbalance etc etc but never vertigo? I was told there is no research done on the inner ear & was put on Phenerga...
Gave me 2 shots and 3 prescriptions. He put me on prednisone...
...I got so dizzy. The ...he diagnosed inner ear problems. Gave me 2 shots and 3 prescriptions. He put me on prednisone for 7 days. ...an unexpected side effect, I have been totally pain free wh...
of Prednisone and I started to have sinus and ear problems...
...prednisone the Rheumy started me with 60 mg for a month then 50 mg for a month, then 40 mg for two weeks, 30 mg for two weeks, 25 mg for two weeks 20mg for two weeks, 17 1/2 for two weeks, 15 mg fo...
after rhinoplasty..only thing that helped was prednisone...
Hey Tim..are you on Augmentin?I had wicked ear problems after rhinoplasty..only thing that helped was prednisone pack..sorry you feel like sh**..Here's a little joke to cheer you..Two nuns are...
When I was young before UC, I had severe ear problems...
...Prednisone raises my white count incredibly... Pain medication hypes me up and I cant sleep... CO (poison) helps me stay in remission... When I was young before UC, I had severe ear problems...
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