Prednisone Generic – The Dos and Don’ts

Filed under: Synthetic Version of Cortisone — Tags: , , , — Wayne @ 6:34 pm June 11, 2014

Prednisone generic is a synthetic version of cortisone intended to relieve allergic conditions as well as rheumatic problems triggered by a number of medical disorders. In general, prednisone generic is usually prescribed as treatment for patients with leukemia, allergic disorders, ulcerative colitis, lupus, breathing problems, skin conditions, arthritis, psoriasis, and many others. However there are certain dos and don’ts before you begin taking prednisone generic to reap the optimum benefits rather than the dangerous side effects. This article will give you some of the points you should remember when taking prednisone generic for your treatment. However, you should understand that this will serve only as additional information; you should not neglect or consider this an alternative of your doctor’s advice.

Do not take prednisone generic if you have any fungal infections in your body.

Prednisone generic is a type of steroid medication and among its major effects is to weaken your immunity system. In this case, you should avoid taking prednisone generic if you have any infections in your body, such as a fungal infection. With your immune system being shut down temporarily, it will be easier for the infection to develop and spread to the other parts of the body. While using prednisone generic you should also avoid being near to people with sickness or infections to avoid getting the disease. Never receive a “live” vaccine during your prednisone generic treatment. (more…)