/

Prednisone

5 mg
                           
                           
Delivery Time: ~7 days
Prednisone is a medicine belonging to the class of drugs known as synthetic glucocorticoids (hormones similar to those synthesized by adrenal cortex). Prednisone shows evident anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory action; it has immunosuppressive and anti-shock effects. The drug is indicated for the therapy of rheumatic disorders, allergic states, endocrine disorders, dermatologic conditions, collagen and respiratory diseases, neoplastic disorders, etc.
10 mg
                           
                           
Delivery Time: ~7 days
Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid used in inflammatory conditions for its anti-inflammatory effects. It is marked by rapid onset of action and profound impact on immune system. For most diseases, treatment should be initiated with lower doses, with the dose range from 5 to 60 mg per day, in a single or divided dose. Tablets are taken by mouth always with food.
20 mg
                           
                           
Delivery Time: ~7 days
Prednisone is an orally active glucocorticoid in tablet form, which works by reducing inflammation and suppressing an overactive immune system. It is prescribed for arthritis, severe allergies, breathing problems, blood disorders, heart failure, dermal and immunologic diseases treatment. Tablets with 20 mg strength can be administered once to thrice daily depending on the specific disease being treated.
40 mg
                           
                           
Delivery Time: ~7 days
Prednisone is a glucocorticosteroid drug that works by decreasing the immune system’s response to various diseases to reduce such symptoms as inflammation, swelling and allergic reactions. Tablets with 40 mg strength are usually administered for severe episodes of asthma, multiple sclerosis, endocrine and rheumatic disorders and can be used in alternate-day-prednisone therapy. The dosage amount and frequency must be individualized in each specific case.

Generic Prednisone 5mg

Q-ty Price per unit Bonus pills    
90 pills $36.20 $ 0.40 + 8 Bonus pills ADD TO CART

Generic Prednisone 10mg

Q-ty Price per unit Bonus pills    
90 pills $39.20 $ 0.44 + 8 Bonus pills ADD TO CART

Generic Prednisone 20mg

Q-ty Price per unit Bonus pills    
30 pills $30.20 $ 1.01 ADD TO CART
60 pills $48.40 $ 0.81 ADD TO CART
90 pills $61.40 $ 0.68 + 8 Bonus pills / ADD TO CART

Generic Prednisone 40mg

Q-ty Price per unit Bonus pills    
30 pills $47.70 $ 1.59 ADD TO CART
60 pills $80.70 $ 1.35 ADD TO CART
90 pills $109.60 $ 1.22 + 8 Bonus pills / ADD TO CART

What is Prednisone?
Prednisone is an oral drug that falls into the group of synthetic corticosteroid drugs. It functions by stopping the body from releasing substances that cause inflammation and is thus used as an anti-inflammatory medication. It is also an immunosuppressant which means that it lowers the immune system’s response to some diseases. Thus, Prednisone effectively reduces some symptoms, such as allergic reactions and swelling, but at the same time leaves the patient in danger of getting an infection.

What are the indications for using Prednisone?
Prednisone is an anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressant drug, which means that it has a very wide spectrum of activity. It can be prescribed to patients suffering from skin conditions, lupus, psoriasis, ulcerative colitis, and allergic disorders. It is also effective in treating arthritis, eye problems, breathing disorders, and even some types of cancer.

What is the dosage for Prednisone?
Prednisone is available in tablet form. There is no single correct dose or initial dose as the dosage depends on the patient’s individual condition and severity of condition. Patients with inflammations are given 5-60mg of Prednisone a day, divided into 1-4 separate doses.

What are the contraindications for using Prednisone?
Prednisone is not to be used by people who have a fungal infection on any part of their body. This medication may also be unsafe for patients with tuberculosis, kidney disease, stomach ulcers, thyroid disorder, cataracts, and liver disease. If you have any of these conditions, consult with your doctor prior to taking Prednisone. Breastfeeding mothers are advised against taking Prednisone as it can get passed on to the baby through breast milk. It is important to know the danger of suddenly discontinuing the administration of Prednisone. Instead, patients should gradually decrease the dosage.

What are the adverse effects of Prednisone?
Some patients who took Prednisone reported experiencing some side effects. The most common are anxiety, dizziness, irritability, shortness of breath, mental depression, aggression, headaches, weight gain, swelling of the fingers, hands, and legs, and an irregular heartbeat. It has also been known to cause nervousness, pounding in ears, trouble concentrating and breathing. If you notice any of these serious symptoms, consult with your physician immediately.