Unneeded medications should be disposed of in special ways to ensure that pets, children, and other people cannot consume them. However, you should not flush this medication down the toilet. Instead, the best way to dispose of your medication is through a medicine take-back program. Talk to your pharmacist or contact your local garbage/recycling department to learn about take-back programs in your community. See the FDA's Safe Disposal of Medicines website ( http:///c4Rm4p ) for more information if you do not have access to a take-back program.
I have never written a review on anything really, but I thought it was important in this case. I have been dealing with arthritis for probably 15 years. I was essentially given two choices: the first is take Allopurinol and hope it prevents me from getting sprouts. However, I would have to take a 20 mg pill every day, and this medication has upset my stomach in the past. Option two is to treat an outbreak when it occurs with the medication. I went this route, and took Colchicine, which is the medication to treat this. The problem is that it never seemed to work, and I recently had a terrible gout attack. I got Prednisone and it really worked miracles. I was probably 70% better after one full day, and now almost 100% after three days. I am more than satisfied with this medication!
Prednisone is used to treat the diseases or their symptoms caused by low level of corticosteroids or some other conditions of people whose level of corticosteroids is normal. These are the cases of arthritis (certain types), allergic reactions (severe cases), multiple sclerosis (when the functions of nerves are not proper), lupus (a condition when the organs are attacked by the organism) and some other conditions effecting lungs, eyes, skin, kidney’s blood, stomach, thyroid and intenstines. Cancer of some certain types are also sometimes treated with Prednisone. Prednisone refers to the corticosteroids class of medications. It replaces the coticosteroids within a human body which must be normally and naturally produced by the organism. Prednisone may come as a solution (liquid), a tablet or a concentrated solution and is taken by mouth. Your dosage and the schedule if taking the medicine will be provided by your doctor and will depend on the results of treatment. Take the cure just the way your doctor tells you, not more or lees as prescribed. The concentrated Prednisone solution is taken using the special dropper which comes in the package. The concentrated Prednisone solution may be mixed with flavored liquids (juice). Your personal doctor can change your dosage of Prednisone during the treatment to make sure that your dose is the lowest dose possible working. The dosage may also be changed if you go through a surgery, infection, illness or a serious asthma attack. Remember to tell your personal doctor if you achieve any changes in your symptoms during taking Prednisone. Don’t stop taking the medication even if you feel much better and never stop taking it without telling your doctor as it may cause extreme tiredness, weakness, changes in skin color, mouth sores, craving for salt, slowed movements, upset stomach, weight loss. Remember telling your doctor about any allergy you have to Prednisone.