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your son is now burning in hell for taking his own life.

it is a biblical fact.

does not matter the cause.
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Biblical fact?

Please provide your Biblical references, or just SHUT THE FUCK UP!!!

For fuck sake, this person just lost their son, and you post this bullshit???

You have no heart or Biblical knowledge.
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they try to get me to take high dose steroids every time i have a sinus infection. not supposed to take them more than twice a year. i hate the way they make me feel.
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Op,

I am so sorry for your loss.

I have Eczema on the side of my thumb and sometimes my chin (computer use related my hand ouches my face} specifically contact dermatitis meaning it is n allergic reaction to soap or something else I contact.

My doctor prescribed dexamethasone which can cause amongst a long list of adverse effects “Psychic derangements may appear when corticosteroids are used, ranging from euphoria, insomnia, mood swings, personality changes, and severe depression, to frank psychotic manifestations. Also, existing emotional instability or psychotic tendencies may be aggravated by corticosteroids”

Upon review of all the adverse effects compared to few benefits I opted for a more natural approach I discovered on my own that oil of oregano was the only solution for the itch. To combat the skin thickening and cracking coconut oil and a bandage worked wonders

I never used the dexamethasone as there was nothing to indicate that this drug was in my best interest.

Dexamethasone
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your son is now burning in hell for taking his own life.

it is a biblical fact.

does not matter the cause.
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wow you are a horrible horrible person
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Im so sorry OP, you and your son and family are in my Prayers, God Bless
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Sorry to hear about your son, OP. Thanks for sharing this information with us all. Bless you and your familyhf
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your son is now burning in hell for taking his own life.

it is a biblical fact.

does not matter the cause.
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Are you that ignorant as to not comprehend what prescribed medications can do to you via side effects I suggest you review the following link to educate yourself if that is possible.

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just ran upstairs to see that my doctor prescribed me this drug last week, im finished with all the pills.. but this post made me say WTF
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This is why it's prescribed in decreasing doses.
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Oh, not the injections & IV administrations. You'd be surprised how many physicians inject w/o considering steroid withdrawal syndrome. As well, with IV dosing. You are thinking of oral administration for tapering.
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they try to get me to take high dose steroids every time i have a sinus infection. not supposed to take them more than twice a year. i hate the way they make me feel.
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What's considered a high dosage of solumedrol?

Last time i also had a sinus infection, they gave me this drug, but i didn't buy it as I figured I would just do the antibiotics. I believe i was supposed to take 32 mg a day for so many days, then down to 16, etc.
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they try to get me to take high dose steroids every time i have a sinus infection. not supposed to take them more than twice a year. i hate the way they make me feel.
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What's considered a high dosage of solumedrol?

Last time i also had a sinus infection, they gave me this drug, but i didn't buy it as I figured I would just do the antibiotics. I believe i was supposed to take 32 mg a day for so many days, then down to 16, etc.
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Solu-Medrol
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Solu-Medrol
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they try to get me to take high dose steroids every time i have a sinus infection. not supposed to take them more than twice a year. i hate the way they make me feel.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1431957


What's considered a high dosage of solumedrol?

Last time i also had a sinus infection, they gave me this drug, but i didn't buy it as I figured I would just do the antibiotics. I believe i was supposed to take 32 mg a day for so many days, then down to 16, etc.
 Quoting: bluestar47


Solu-Medrol
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Solu-Medrol
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That's a fairly normal low dose. It's fine for most people for short term use. I have regularly taken doses of 80 mg to 30 mg a day for months at a time. The side effects have been bad, but I had to pick the lesser of two evils.
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
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Did you call the pharmacist and check the dose? 60mg a day is dangerous for adults. Could he even sleep at that dose? That totally blows my mind. You HAVE to taper down on a dose like that. That dose does not sound right. oops2
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they try to get me to take high dose steroids every time i have a sinus infection. not supposed to take them more than twice a year. i hate the way they make me feel.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1431957


What's considered a high dosage of solumedrol?

Last time i also had a sinus infection, they gave me this drug, but i didn't buy it as I figured I would just do the antibiotics. I believe i was supposed to take 32 mg a day for so many days, then down to 16, etc.
 Quoting: bluestar47


Solu-Medrol
[link to www.drugs.com]

Solu-Medrol
[link to www.medbroadcast.com]
 Quoting: SilverPatriot


That's a fairly normal low dose. It's fine for most people for short term use. I have regularly taken doses of 80 mg to 30 mg a day for months at a time. The side effects have been bad, but I had to pick the lesser of two evils.
 Quoting: Behcetssucks


I fail to understand cloistering round the lesser of two evils when it comes to big Pharma medications and although I do not advocate alternative methods for dealing with sinus infections as this is a personal growth issue I can state that colloidal silver has worked wonders for us. Additionally we drink a tea made from olive leaf mixed with other herbs that has kept us cold, flu and other infections free for many years.
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The lesser of two evils was brain damage and death or steroids. My immune system has tried to kill me since age 11 and it finally attacked my brain. We have tried and wasted money on many natural cures and nothing helped. We have 4 kids under 18 who need a mom. Steroids, though evil in their own way, have kept me alive.peace
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I am so very sorry, OP. (((hugs)))

I was diagnosed with adrenal fatigue along with some hormonal issues. When I finally got someone to listen and figure out what was wrong with me (after 10 years of being told I was fine) I was at the point I didn't want to live like that any more. I would have rather died than have to live 30, 40, 50 more years like that. I was 30. And my situation was gradual. I can imagine that s sudden issue like this due to steroid withdrawal would be so much ore extreme and I can understand how he got to that point. Again, I am so very sorry, but thank you so much for spreading the word. I was pressured by a bunch of people last week to take my 6 year old to the dr. For a steroid shot for hives. I know one shot is a different story, t I'm still glad I followed my instinct and let his odyssey handle it itself.
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*body handle it
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
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Sounds like your son was in withdrawal. If I had not experienced it, and (though too late) researched it, I would have not known what it was. Many are cut off cold turkey, and then, when the patient is ill, the physicians try to state it's something else. Steroid withdrawal is not familiar with many drs, as well, they are very uneducated about it. I hope your son made a full recovery hf
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
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Did you call the pharmacist and check the dose? 60mg a day is dangerous for adults. Could he even sleep at that dose? That totally blows my mind. You HAVE to taper down on a dose like that. That dose does not sound right. oops2
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No I didn't, but wish I had. I've been told this was a very good doctor, but have since decided I need to find someone else. He would tell us to double for 2 days taking 40 mg twice a day, but would put something totally different on the drug rx label. I am actually taking pharmacology this semester. This whole imcident has shed new light on medicine. My daughter had an allergic reaction to a sulfa drug last week and then had to stop amoxil from diarrhea over the weekend. This same doc wants me to bring her in for a steroid shot...she's only 7 months...he also had my son on 10 mg of singulair since the asthma which I have learned is a high dose for anyone under age 15.
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I am so very sorry regarding the loss of your son. You and your family are in my prayers.
Thank you for sharing your story. I hope that it may help others. God bless you and your family
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Prednisone is similar to cortisol, a hormone naturally made by your adrenal glands. If you take prednisone for more than a few weeks, your adrenal glands decrease cortisol production. A gradual reduction in prednisone dosage gives your adrenal glands time to resume their normal function.
You cannot abruptly stop taking the drug or taper off too quickly. Your son should never have been "cut cold turkey!"

OP, I am sorry about the lost of your son and my heart goes out to you and your family. You may have a lawsuit on your hands and want to contact a lawyer who is specializing in Medical Malpractice cases. Look for an attorney who'll work on contingency fees.


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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23863188


Did you call the pharmacist and check the dose? 60mg a day is dangerous for adults. Could he even sleep at that dose? That totally blows my mind. You HAVE to taper down on a dose like that. That dose does not sound right. oops2
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No I didn't, but wish I had. I've been told this was a very good doctor, but have since decided I need to find someone else. He would tell us to double for 2 days taking 40 mg twice a day, but would put something totally different on the drug rx label. I am actually taking pharmacology this semester. This whole imcident has shed new light on medicine. My daughter had an allergic reaction to a sulfa drug last week and then had to stop amoxil from diarrhea over the weekend. This same doc wants me to bring her in for a steroid shot...she's only 7 months...he also had my son on 10 mg of singulair since the asthma which I have learned is a high dose for anyone under age 15.
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No steroid shot for a 7 mo old! Consider seeing a new dr? Sounds like he's a med pusher imho.

My son is under 15, has asthma/allergies and he has been on 5mg of singulair - 10mg is adult dosage.
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
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Sounds like your son was in withdrawal. If I had not experienced it, and (though too late) researched it, I would have not known what it was. Many are cut off cold turkey, and then, when the patient is ill, the physicians try to state it's something else. Steroid withdrawal is not familiar with many drs, as well, they are very uneducated about it. I hope your son made a full recovery hf
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Thank you! He is doing much better now.
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23863188


Did you call the pharmacist and check the dose? 60mg a day is dangerous for adults. Could he even sleep at that dose? That totally blows my mind. You HAVE to taper down on a dose like that. That dose does not sound right. oops2
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No I didn't, but wish I had. I've been told this was a very good doctor, but have since decided I need to find someone else. He would tell us to double for 2 days taking 40 mg twice a day, but would put something totally different on the drug rx label. I am actually taking pharmacology this semester. This whole imcident has shed new light on medicine. My daughter had an allergic reaction to a sulfa drug last week and then had to stop amoxil from diarrhea over the weekend. This same doc wants me to bring her in for a steroid shot...she's only 7 months...he also had my son on 10 mg of singulair since the asthma which I have learned is a high dose for anyone under age 15.
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No steroid shot for a 7 mo old! Consider seeing a new dr? Sounds like he's a med pusher imho.

My son is under 15, has asthma/allergies and he has been on 5mg of singulair - 10mg is adult dosage.
 Quoting: Seagal5


I cut them down to 5mg. She's had one allergy shot by a doc in the box at an outpatient after hrs. Clinic. I didn't know any better at the time. Thank you for the advice.
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23863188


Did you call the pharmacist and check the dose? 60mg a day is dangerous for adults. Could he even sleep at that dose? That totally blows my mind. You HAVE to taper down on a dose like that. That dose does not sound right. oops2
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No I didn't, but wish I had. I've been told this was a very good doctor, but have since decided I need to find someone else. He would tell us to double for 2 days taking 40 mg twice a day, but would put something totally different on the drug rx label. I am actually taking pharmacology this semester. This whole imcident has shed new light on medicine. My daughter had an allergic reaction to a sulfa drug last week and then had to stop amoxil from diarrhea over the weekend. This same doc wants me to bring her in for a steroid shot...she's only 7 months...he also had my son on 10 mg of singulair since the asthma which I have learned is a high dose for anyone under age 15.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27567755


No steroid shot for a 7 mo old! Consider seeing a new dr? Sounds like he's a med pusher imho.

My son is under 15, has asthma/allergies and he has been on 5mg of singulair - 10mg is adult dosage.
 Quoting: Seagal5


I cut them down to 5mg. She's had one allergy shot by a doc in the box at an outpatient after hrs. Clinic. I didn't know any better at the time. Thank you for the advice.
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I´m sorry for you son...
Thanks for the info.
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I am sorry about your son, but am very thankful that you are shedding light on this horrible drug. My 11 yr old son was given this drug about 3 weeks ago for asthmatic bronchitis. He has never before had asthma and was prescribed 60 mg a day. At one point he was told to double his dose...40mg at a time. After 8 days of this medication we were told to stop it abruptly. He was showing signs of arthritic pains and 'moon face'. His joints all ached and popped. He also had a very bad migraine, itching, and terrible abdominal cramping. After numerous trips to both the ER and Physicians office we were told it was post-viral arthritis, heartburn, constipation, etc. etc. I still believe that all of his side effects were due to this medication. He missed almost 3 weeks of school.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23863188


Did you call the pharmacist and check the dose? 60mg a day is dangerous for adults. Could he even sleep at that dose? That totally blows my mind. You HAVE to taper down on a dose like that. That dose does not sound right. oops2
 Quoting: Behcetssucks


No I didn't, but wish I had. I've been told this was a very good doctor, but have since decided I need to find someone else. He would tell us to double for 2 days taking 40 mg twice a day, but would put something totally different on the drug rx label. I am actually taking pharmacology this semester. This whole imcident has shed new light on medicine. My daughter had an allergic reaction to a sulfa drug last week and then had to stop amoxil from diarrhea over the weekend. This same doc wants me to bring her in for a steroid shot...she's only 7 months...he also had my son on 10 mg of singulair since the asthma which I have learned is a high dose for anyone under age 15.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27567755


No steroid shot for a 7 mo old! Consider seeing a new dr? Sounds like he's a med pusher imho.

My son is under 15, has asthma/allergies and he has been on 5mg of singulair - 10mg is adult dosage.
 Quoting: Seagal5


I cut them down to 5mg. She's had one allergy shot by a doc in the box at an outpatient after hrs. Clinic. I didn't know any better at the time. Thank you for the advice.
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I'm very sorry for your loss OP!

Sending much love your way!!!

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So sorry to hear
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