Hi All; I havent been in here in ages and things have definitely changed and improved from what I have seen so far.
I am currently having some sever issues; 2 ambulance trips to Hospital in less than 5 days. Not something I am use to or really want to repeat.
I had cold which of course goes straight to my lungs. Just once I wish it wouldnt but well that is my load in life, I deal with it.
First round at the hospital put on 50mg of Predinose for 5 days, as well as round the clock Symbicort and Bricanyl (every 4hrs) as well as Atrovent & Ventilion on the in-between or when needed. Need less to say, the sleeplessness, shakes and nerves, have been ever so much fun.
Second round to the hospital was happened after being leaving the doctors office and at work. (Yes,I know idiot for going back to work, I have already had the lecture and have kick myself in the butt!!) Have received the same treatment however, this time the ER doctor put the predonise weinning starting tomorrow. 100mg of predinose this day ... I would not suggest this at all!!!
Now, my thing at the moment, stairs and getting around is still difficult. Predinose is playing havic with my stomach and not sure if I can stand the headaches from all the extra puffer useage, to much longer.
One of the main questions was how long does the predinose take to get out of your system. And i think it is the predinose that buggers up your stomach???
I realize that this is all really rather whiny and maybe just need to vent a tiny bit. This time around however truly scared me, I havent had symptoms like this since I was a kid.
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