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... I've been on Prednisone now for about 18 months. ... (4 replies)
... I would stay away from prednisone for now .. I don't think it's a good idea to have your body constantly bathed in cortisol. ... (13 replies)
... As to the UTI and prednisone causing problems... ... (7 replies)

... that the doc was treating with 60 mg of prednisone for about 6 months. ... (12 replies)
Jan 27, 2007
... Hi. I'm responding to the discussion about cortef and hydrocortisone for secondary AD. I take 0.1 mg.florineff every day for mineral corticoids and I take 7 mg. of prednisone every other day. ... (14 replies)
... dinner, put away groceries... then hit another wall at 7. I gutted it out until 8, then took my nightly dose of 1.75. Again, it took an hour and a half for the prednisone to kick in, but when it did I was rolling right along. ... (5 replies)
... Try magnesium supplements to help get to sleep, its working very well for me! And have you thought about asking if you could try prednisone instead of hydrocortisone? ... (13 replies)
... I started cymbalta around 4 weeks ago. It has helped with some of the daily pain. I'm on 30 mg hydrocortisone a day. I have noticed anxiety becoming an issue. I used to go out and love talking and getting to know new people. ... (16 replies)
... I just noticed your post (back in July) and it's a shame that no one replied to you. I hope that you are doing ok. My 22-year old son was diagnosed with Addisons over Memorial Day weekend this year. He went to the emergency room and they admitted him because his sodium levels had been very low, his potassium levels were very high, and he was experiencing orthostatic... (2 replies)
... If you switch to hydrocortisone take it three times per day. ... (3 replies)
High potassium
Aug 26, 2010
... so I took another 2.5mg of hydrocortisone to give me a "boost" and I do feel a bit better. I sincerely hope you find out what is going on. ... (10 replies)
... i am on prednisone because i tried hydrocortisone and it makes me have awful severe abdominal problems but i dont remember joint pain on it but could not stay in bathroom all day and night so i cant win. ... (5 replies)
... I will give you more food for thought, all of which disagrees the other poster. A replacement dose or hydrocortisone (short acting) is at least 25 mg and Medrol (long acting) lasts a lot longer than hydrocortisone. Do the research and you'll see the other poster has it wrong about HC lasting longer than Medrol. Medrol is much stonger, lasts much longer. I haven't seen... (7 replies)
... i started out on prednisone and florinef but after 6 months i switched to hydrocortisone by itself and i feel MUCH better on the hydrocortisone (also called cortef). i highly recommend making the switch. I have more level energy and moods now, less water retention, more even weight gain, and better sleep. the only disadvantage to it is that you have to take it more than once... (16 replies)
... mg of hydrocortisone is a LOT. ... (29 replies)
... There is no "natural" steriod. Unless you mean Cortef or it's generic, hydrocortisone. I use hydrocortisone which is like what a normal body would produce. I don't do well on Cortef, but many do. You are on a "high" dose of prednisone. ... (7 replies)
Abdominal pain
Aug 13, 2005
... I take 20mg Hydrocortisone a day. ... (7 replies)
... Safe Uses Of Cortisone". Hydrocortisone and Cortef are supposed to much milder than prednisone. What have your docs told youd? ... (3 replies)
... find hydrocortisone a better choice. I am one who does better on hydrocortisone or prednisone. You may want to try a switch. ... (3 replies)
... GhostH and others- are you on hydrocortisone, or prednisone, and/or florinef? I wonder if the drug or dosage may make a difference with this spacey-head symptom; I have gotten a degree of improvement from low-dose hydrocortisone, but it's only been a few short weeks I have been on it and I wonder if the symptom will ever completely resolve or not. -K (15 replies)

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