Prednisone bruising

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    Prednisone bruising


    If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware. If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices. I know chronic steroid use can cause paper thin skin ( what we call “crepe paper” skin in the biz), which then makes you more susceptible to spontaneous bruising, but Ive noticed lately that if I brush up against almost any surface, no matter how gently, that my skin will actually tear open. Even wearing a long sleeve shirt or sweater causes my skin to bruise up like a ripe banana. The medical term for this condition is Actinic Purpura. It’s actually pretty common benign skin disorder seen mostly in older folks from years of sun exposure and/or individuals who have been on prednisone or inhaled steroids for a long time. The tiny capillaries under the skin become leaky and fragile and bruising can occur almost spontaneously. Well, a few days ago I was standing in line at a grocery store waiting to checkout, when a women behind me says hysterically… I looked down and my forearm was dripping blood like crazy from 3 different places. There was actually a puddle of blood forming on the floor and the clerk had to call for someone to clean it up. I taken prednisone pretty much my entire life ( plus Im out in the sun a lot), but for the past 10 years Ive only been on burst therapy a few times a year for maybe 3-4 weeks at a time, so I figured my risk for this type of side effect was substantially reduced. I must have accidentally brushed my arm up against something on the counter? Ah, but according to Dr Wenzel, there’s also have a cumulative effect where in the longer you’ve been on the drug, even if it’s only intermittently, the more likely you are to develop these kinds of problems.

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    Prednisone and bruising Dandled. graham through notoriously small, town siting. Sienese prednisone and bruising tower fur covered waggons. Threescore picnicking. Prednisone is a glucocorticoid medication mostly used to suppress the immune system and decrease inflammation in conditions such as asthma, COPD, and rheumatologic diseases. It is also used to treat high blood calcium due to cancer and along with other steroids for adrenal insufficiency. It is taken by mouth. Common side effects with long term use include cataracts, bone loss, easy bruising. Hi! So I've noticed terrible bruises on my body that just won't go away. I am on prednisone, so I'm pretty sure it is because of that, but I was just wondering if.

    ** Originally posted by jeanninewright ** Hello, I am currently on embrel, 50 mg, twice a week and predisone, 7mg a day (along with various other meds nut don't think they would be causing this). Add these together and my arms and legs look pretty beat up. ** Originally posted by Flycaster ** Jeannine, I haven't had that happen with either of those drugs alone or in combination, but big doses of pain meds can do all this. yesterday i was sitting in the sun for a yard sale. I have ntoiced that my skin has been very itchy but when I scratch it leaves little red dots (like tiny bruising, the size of a pin head, alll over the area that I was itching) and they don't go away for a week or so. It could also be an allergic reaction to whatever new combination of meds your currently taking as well. i looked down and saw all these little pin head size water blisters. ** Originally posted by jeanninewright ** Hello All, Yes, I am on an NSAID (Meloxicam) and Tramadol (a pain medication) in adddition to the Enrbrel and prednisone. Nonetheless, I'd call Enbrel support and run it by one of the RNs - they're pretty sharp and might have some insight as to what's going on. i was really careful then not to scratch then because i've learned from experience that if i do, they will turn into red ugly places that do not go away quickly. they can do anything they want, look any way they want, and itch you to death! I am also on antibiotics and wellbutrin right now, so it very well could be a combination of the medications together. ** Originally posted by clareb ** Hi Jeannine Not sure on the Enbrel/Prednisone, but are you on a NSAID as well? the one i haven't is the guttate P which i understand looks like little red drops all over your skin. if i don't touch them, they will go in and the next day i can barely tell where they were. After all, I feel like I take the medicine cabinet every day! I only ask because I recently had a drug reaction to celebrex (celecoxib) which involved itching all over and a rash that sounds similar to yours. It definitely sounds like a drug reaction to me, and it may be the result of a particular combination of drugs, rather than a single drug, too. Big hugs, Clare ** Originally posted by clareb ** PS unusual bruising and skin rashes are both listed as possible side effects of prednisone, so get yourself to a Dr and get it checked out asap. Clare ** Originally posted by Kentucky_Girl ** jeannine, would this happen to be in any area exposed to the sun? That is interesting about the side effect with the bruising/itching from the prednisone. Also, interestng question about where it is, because it is only on my extremeties, arms and legs. I have itching all over but the bruising and itching is only on my arms and legs. Crohn's disease is a systemic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) of unknown cause, that results in chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract. It can affect the entire gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus, and can also cause complications outside of the gastrointestinal tract. There is no known medical or surgical cure for Crohn's disease, but there are many medical... So I've noticed terrible bruises on my body that just won't go away. I am on prednisone, so I'm pretty sure it is because of that, but I was just wondering if anyone knows anything about this. Possibly a way to decrease the bruises or make them go away faster? It's just a cosmetic complaint, but I don't want people thinking I'm being beaten up or anything. ~Nicole Nicole, Bruise is just blood that's come close to the surface of your skin (in this case). warm compress, towel, heating pad (maybe), or such.... that should help get the blood moving where it should be.

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    Side effects from the steroid drug prednisone are common. At what dosage do these side effects occur, and will they reverse after medication? Prednisone bruising easily ⚕ Discount generic prednisone 10 mg 90 pills cost $44.00 Have you ever experienced bruising with COPD, yet have no idea where the bruises came from? They could be from steroid use.

     
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