... Whether it is allergic or not depends on what triggers it. Either way, the prednisone should help if it's asthma. Do you have allergies? ... (2 replies)
... t the permanent tightness in chest. I have started to really worry as none of the symptoms are abating. I Went back to the same doctor and he now says maybe it's allergic asthma? ... (2 replies)
... up. Not to mention being on steriods so much had made me gain a significant amount of weight. I am also currently getting allergy shots because I was tested and allergic to so many things. Cats, dogs, dust mites, mold, pollen, grass, trees, mugwort, cockroaches.... You get the picture. ... (6 replies)
... me to stay off the 4 allergy medications I was on before I started it. I can't say it does much for the cold air and pollution triggers for the asthma, but the allergic triggers were helped. ... (8 replies)
... My husband and I declined because we felt I was not recovered from my pericarditis. The doctor told me the plan was to treat me for the pericarditis...he offered prednisone or a high dose of aspirin....I didn't want to blow up from it...so I chose the aspirin to try. ... (4 replies)
... Sorry you've not been well. And no, I've never had a standing scrip for that. They will phone it in for me but I've never taken them up on it. I've been able to get over the hump. But I haven't needed anything other than my standard meds in years so I haven't needed anything recently in that arena. Since I'm allergic to so many antibiotics (just flunked my penicillin... (3 replies)
... My eczema is exactly the same way. I have nice clear skin without any treatment (other than avoiding soaps I'm allergic to) for months or years, then something sets it off and I flare like crazy for weeks or months.
Sometimes I think of my (recent onset) asthma as being like my eczema, when my lungs are healthy and quiet, they tend to stay well, even with a little exposure... (25 replies)
... It's got a lot to do with the pollens and stuff in the air... and it's partly why kids outgrow allergies, sensitivities, and allergic skin conditions. If you don't GET asthma until you're a teenager or adult, or it gets worse as you get older, you're stuck with it for life. ... (25 replies)
... an't take because of side effects. I would highly recommend finding a good allergist if you don't have one, because depending on what exactly you turn out to be allergic to, there might be lifestyle changes that can help too. ... (3 replies)
... It's just that the allergic rhinitis isn't going away... ... (3 replies)
... They have been a huge help to me. I personally would never go on prednisone for allergy symptoms, I would only take it for a severe allergic reaction or my asthma, but I"m not sure if your asthma is flaring as well? ... (3 replies)
... I have allergic Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis that has been horrible since the pollen season started. I was on 60mg for 4 days, then 40mg, then 30mg etc tapering every 4 days. ... (3 replies)
... I have a question out there for all of you with Allergic Asthma. ... (3 replies)
... of the time. I might become allergic to Ventolin Diskus in a few more months, but then again I might find myself able to tolerate it long term. Who knows! ... (7 replies)
... I have been treated for asthma for several months with a symbicort inhaler with only getting worse, after my episode last week-end I went to my doctor Monday and he changed my symbicort to advair and in two days I can tell the difference. And also he gave me a resuce inhaler and a small dose of prednisone. I hope this works.
Thank you for all your input
Barbara (0 replies)
... If you have had a severe allergic reaction, you should stop the Prednisone. If not, I'd follow your doctor's recommendations. There is a reason your doctor gave you the prescription. ... (5 replies)
... In addition to the allergens, the sinus infections themselves can be a trigger for your asthma.
I've frequently had asthma flare-ups when I'm dealing with sinus infections. In fact, I'm currently dealing with both. For me, the asthma flare-up usually happens about a week into the sinus infections. I have no idea if that is "typical" or not.
I've also had my asthma... (3 replies)
... I have allergies with an asthma component. Usually I do not have any problems ashtma-wise unless I am exposed to certain things like smoke, dust or mold. I also get increased symptoms during pollen season. This year in my part of Florida, pollen season has already started and it bad since it has been very dry. Daily high pollen counts (9 and above) for the past 5 weeks. I... (3 replies)
... As I understand it, Prednisone and other steroids shut down the immune response so the body can better deal with things, inflammation wise anyway. ... (2 replies)
... days. I had shortness of breath which made it impossible to exercise, which I really want to do. I made an appt with my primary care dr and he prescribed 40mg of Prednisone for 5 days because my meds stopped working and my respiratory system had swelled. ... (2 replies)