Prednisone is a well-known medicine that provides relief from inflamed regions of the human body. A prednisone dose pack may be recommended to you if you have any of the following conditions: serious allergic reactions, arthritis, blood or bone marrow issues, asthma, eye or vision issues, stomach problems, sarcoidosis, lupus, skin problems, kidney problems, multiple sclerosis, laryngitis, thyroiditis, exposure to poison oak, percarditis, serious tuberculosis, urticaria or hives, nephrotic syndrome, ulcerative colitis, hypercalcemia because of cancer, Meniere’s disease and myasthenia gravis.
There are instances also when your doctor may advise you to try taking a prednisone dose pack should you have any of the following conditions: cluster headaches, migraine headaches, aphthous ulcer, lymphomas (Non-Hodgkin and Hodgkin’s), acute lymphoblastic-type leukemia, multiple myelomas, hormone-sensitive cancerous tumors, Herxheimer reaction that manifests during syphilis treatment and uveitis. A prednisone dose pack can also be helpful because it can hinder the development of symptoms in cases of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
In case you are instructed to use a prednisone dose pack for your ailment, know that it is only taken orally (by mouth), usually with milk or food. Make sure that you do not abruptly stop taking your prednisone dose pack or take it for a longer period of time, because there is no guarantee that your condition will become better at a faster rate, and using it for a longer period of time may only increase your risk of getting side effects.
Your doctor would recommend you to buy a prednisone dose pack depending on your inflammatory ailment or disease, your medical history, family medical history, and your supposed tolerance to the drug. Continue reading