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... and said that I should start some prednisone at then. So he put me on 5 mg in the am and 5mg at night, which proved to bee to much. We tried other meds and ended back with the prednisone at a lower dose. ... (3 replies)
... The min dose of prednisone for most is 5mgs. Max is 7.5mg. If you do have addisons you should be taking something like 4mg prednisone in the a.m. ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone switched to prednisone from hydrocortisone, and feels better? ... (4 replies)

Nausea
Feb 3, 2004
... My new endocrinologist said he wanted to switch me to the prednisone because it stays in the body better. And he didn't want my body to get used to such a high dose of steroid. ... (5 replies)
... hi I have secondary Addison's and take 10 mg of hydrocortisone at 10 am and 5 mg at 1 pm (had to beg for that dose, it was just doubled). Prior to this dosage I was feeling very very bad, nausea, dizziness, diarrhea/consitapation (nausea 6 out of 7 days). In bed constantly but yet no sleep at night, waking at 3 or 4 am wide awake (levels must be up then). When I wake up... (4 replies)
... Please tell us what your dose is & when you take & how you split it. (5 replies)
... Help me if you can! I have had nausea frequently lately. Does anyone have a remedy or know how to stop this. I have an Addison's dagnosis but little help from docotrs since. ... (5 replies)
... Chris, not that I know what I am talking about, but here is a stray thought regarding Lisa's nausea when irritated with the kids. ... (3 replies)
Nausea
Feb 3, 2004
... I had a lot of trouble with nausea for a long time. I woke up every morning feeling nauseous. ... (5 replies)
... different meds for different folks. i simply meant that in my case weighing the side affects and effectiveness hydro is for me. what i meant by stomach issues is nausea and after about 2 years of taking pred i developed bleeding stomach ulcers. healed and hasn't come back on hydro. if i had my choice which i do hydro. ... (8 replies)
... Well, I am trying a new doctor since I am convinced this one doesn't know anything about Addison's. I had a crisis last summer - classic and bad. My skin had been getting really dark over the last few years. When I started getting sick, I was told it was a virus and sent home. By the time I took the ambulance ride to the hospital they had to use a second blood pressure... (5 replies)
... I currently take 2.5 mg of Prednisone in the morning along with .1mg Fludrocort. I also take 1.5 mg of Levothyroxin upon waking and low dose Prempro in the evening. ... (5 replies)
... an initial dose of 20mg prednisone. Over a six month course she gained 50lbs, but was able to wean herself off the prednisone completely. She was symptom free. ... (7 replies)
... acting and Prednisone takes a bit longer to kick in, but remains in your system for a far greater length of time. ... (3 replies)
More questions
Jun 22, 2004
... st time in 10 years it went away when I started taking prednisone. So did the mouth sores and skin rashes. If it was hypothyroid you would think that taking the prednisone would not have made them go away? ... (2 replies)
Need Advice
Apr 12, 2005
... severe left arm pain, nausea, dry heaves or vomiting, severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, dizziness, and weakness. The symptoms went away when I increased the prednisone to 40 mg. ... (2 replies)
Stress
Feb 20, 2004
... The endocrinologist I am seeing now has me on 5mg of prednisone 1 of fludrocortisone and 25 of dhea a day. And I take calcium citrate as a dietary supplement. There are different types of addisons. ... (9 replies)
... ervable difference I still forget when the depressive thoughts come on that I probably need more steroid. It's easier and more cut and dry when the headache and nausea come on! ... (2 replies)
Adrenal crisis
Jun 2, 2006
... sending the right signal to pituitary. There may be a pituitary tumor. Finally, the HPA axis may be suppressed due to sustained therapeutic use of steroids like prednisone which is given to those with chronic inflammation of various kinds. Asthmatics sometimes get in this situation. ... (3 replies)
Don't feel so hot
Feb 26, 2011
... I've been on prednisone for years for crohn's disease, went off for a few months and developed severe joint and muscle pain and fatigue. ... (4 replies)


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