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... AM only for 7 days. The prednisone helped with the pain and morning stiffness but not the swelling. ... (2 replies)
... is worse then ever. He does not have ANY health insurance because he works as an independent contractor. When he gets a flare up, it isn't just his feet. He gets swollen knees, elbows, hands... everywhere. ... (4 replies)
... the only side effects i would notice would be, hard to sleep at night at the start but the lower the dosage the easier it becomes, my face has swollen with the water retention which i hate, and thats about it really. ... (19 replies)

... oebl who use to be at MCG. I just can't find a drug that does not make me feel horrible........worse than the pain it seems. My pain is primarily in my feet and ankles and occasional back. I can not take MX due to having clostridium difficile and danger of reinfection. ... (19 replies)
Prednisone Dosage
Nov 27, 2006
... the swelling but my toes ankles and knees are still very swollen and my lower back, but its brought down my finger and wrist swellin and one of my elbows is less swollen and my jaw has gone down a bit but im still rather uncomfortable. ... (19 replies)
... Kissa - thanks for your response !! Can I ask how long you were on pred. and what your dose was? I am on 15 mg per day for 3 weeks (3 pills per day), then after the three weeks I go down to 1 1/2 pills per day (7mg) for another 3 weeks. They really have been a life saver !! No more swollen wrists / fingers / hands / ankles / feet. So the good would always... (2 replies)
... I would love to hear for those who had severe inflamation of the joints and went on prednisone how long did it take to kick in? ... (5 replies)
... I woke up one morning and looked at my ankles. Both of them had swollen up very large. I was actually scared. Both ankles were very warm to touch and the painful spots were now purple. ... (0 replies)
... About 2 months ago I woke up one morning and my hands, and feet were bright red, Warm to the touch, and swollen like crazy. There was no pain, just stiffness. I assumed that due to the cold weather my eczema was about to flare up. ... (9 replies)
Reiter's Syndrome
Apr 27, 2011
... nd feet were swollen. I looked like I had Flintstone feet, or Hobbit feet as my mom would say. I was in a wheelchair and bedridden until May of 2010. I was on prednisone from December of 2009 through June of 2010. ... (0 replies)
... elbow which has yet to get better since before November. I keep waiting for the inflammation to lift, but am wondering if there will ever be a joint that is not swollen and inflamed ever again. ... (10 replies)
... I have AS and it started with my knees having to have them drained all the time and cortisone shots put in which worked wonders. I now have the pain in my ankles and feet cramp up from time to time. I also get pain down from my hips to my feet and when that hits I just want to die it is so bad. ... (5 replies)
Oct 8, 2006
... My husband has had gout in his ankles several times over the last few years and was able to get rid of the pain and swelling with pain medication and prednisone. ... (0 replies)
... inflammatory arthritis. Here take 6 weeks of prednisone and take plaquenil. We'll see you back in 6 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... has swollen lump. Following the right wrist swelling, pain began. After sleeping and waking, I can barely move my fingers and can not move my wrists at all. ... (5 replies)
... and worse of all, swollen knees. Never had that before. ... (12 replies)
... muscle pain and swelling in every joint of my body, neck, shoulders, wrists, elbows, knees, ankles and feet. My fingers and feet are extremely swollen. My question is all of this happened at once, wouldn't arthritis be more of a gradual onset? ... (1 replies)

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