Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011856/003.

Names and composition

"SOLU-MEDROL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of METHYLPREDNISOLONE SODIUM SUCCINATE.

Forms

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Answered questions

Are the drugs Decadron & Solu-medrol the same thing?
I went to the doctor for sinusitis and received an injection. The doctor said it was a steroid shot and I received a bill for a $70.00 injection. The bill shows it is Solu-Medrol and Decadron injection combined. Asked by Arlean Rewerts 2 years ago.

Are they the same? Yes and No. They are both glucocorticoids but chemically not the same. Decadron is dexamethasone. Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone. They shouldn't be mixed together. EDIT: I've looked in all of my injectable medication compatibility references. There are no references to either support or denounce mixing them together. My statement above is based on the fact that there is no evidence which says it's OK to mix. Answered by Caron Huesso 2 years ago.

Decadron is dexamethasone taken orally, while Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone which is in injectable form. Since the 2 drugs differ in their mode of delivery, they cannot be combined in 1 injection. Answered by Nelly Chung 2 years ago.


What is solu medrol 1000mg. ?
Need to know what us use for Pls help me Asked by Lynetta Leitch 2 years ago.

solu medrol 1000mg is a cortico steroids . Answered by Tracey Collier 2 years ago.

it is methylprednisolone which is a corticosteroid and is used in inflammatory conditions, Autoimmune diseases for example in an MS attack or in lupus flare up, ophthalmic inflammatory conditions and etc. Answered by Celsa Wools 2 years ago.


Is solu,medrol 1000 mg good for psoriasis skin ?
do this inyección help psoriasis to clear skin Pls help my friend solu medrol good for psoriasis . Asked by Donna Sigley 2 years ago.

I recommend you to put the question on yahoo answers! Answered by Lenore Kowald 2 years ago.


Anyone had solu-medrol IV for MS?
Sorry, spelled that wrong, Ethel. Asked by Karima Mosholder 2 years ago.

here are some links to others like yourself are going with the same problems, Answered by Sterling Murallies 2 years ago.

I have MS and my very symptom was optic neuritis in my right eye. I had home IV solu-medrol and I lost complete vision in that eye. Unfortunately my optic nerve never bounced back to normal and I'm considered legally blind in that eye. However-the positive is that studies have shown that if treatment was started for optic neuritis-specifically solu-medrol it can offer an aprox 5 year protection against more MS symptoms. It wasn't until 5 years until my first episode with my vision that I had problems with my right leg and was officially diagnosed with MS-by way of another MRI-spinal tap and lab work. I'm now taking Copaxone and have been flare-up free for more than 5 years. I have a great proactive neurologist and much faith that I'll live to see a cure!! There's much more to my story-but there are positives-many more than negatives. Is this your first flare-up with MS. How long have you been diagnosed? Do you take any of the meds for MS? Answered by Demetria Pernice 2 years ago.


Can solu medrol cause slow heart rate?
Three days into solumedrol, nurse says my heart rate is in the 40's. Steadily has been around this. Can this be the solu? Asked by Alyssa Harvat 2 years ago.

From one study I was able to find, less than 0.1% of 5000+ people taking methylprednisolone reported sinus bradycardia. So the chances that the SoluMedrol is causing your low heart rate is low. Whether your low HR is a problem for you depends on a few things. First, what is your regular resting heart rate? If you're in good shape, exercise a lot or relatively young, you may just have a naturally slow resting heart rate. Your heart just may be really efficient and not need to pump as many times to circulate the appropriate amount of blood. Secondly, do you feel any different when your heart rate is low? Is your blood pressure low as well? Do you have chest pain, chest tightness, shortness of breath, dizziness/vertigo, nausea/vomiting, headaches or abnormal sleepiness? If not, then you have what's called asymptomatic bradycardia, which is nothing to worry too much about. If you exhibit any of these symptoms though, consult your doctor, because symptomatic bradycardia can be a symptom of a more serious problem that needs to be addressed. Answered by Hyon Rusen 2 years ago.


Solu-Medrol Steroid Side Effects-how much longer will it last?
For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the... Asked by Meridith Kubal 2 years ago.

For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the steroids, but since they're in my body, will the increased appetite persist? I really hope not, I've already gained about 3 pounds, I'm not liking this. Thanks so much. Answered by Roseanne Versluis 2 years ago.

Prednisone-type steroids cause weight gain without even taking increased appetite into consideration.This is a notorious adverse effect that is well-documented. Drink lots of water to try to flush the drug out of your system. Each person is an individual and has an individual reaction to substances. Answered by Terina Crary 2 years ago.


I just did three days of Solu-Medrol infusions?
When I finished the last one, I ended up going out and drinking far to much. That was Friday night, now I am by far the sickest I've ever been, cannot stop puking, have a fever, blood in vomit, I am trying to see if there is a bad mix between the two but all I find are discussion boards Does anyone know? Asked by Josphine Jhingree 2 years ago.

there is no interaction, what was the steroid infusion for? you may have a mallory-weiss tear in you oesophagus. see a doc Answered by Mai Riddell 2 years ago.

if you have blood in your vomit you should seek medical attention immediately, rather than asking for help on a website. Answered by Fumiko Mainord 2 years ago.


How long was your MS remission after solu medrol treatment?
I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of... Asked by Adelia Lowther 2 years ago.

I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of questions and only googling it makes it worse since a lot more people seem to be more disabled and further along. I guess I'm hoping as a young female theirs hope for me to stay semi healthy and have less flareups..thanks for your stories and advice Answered by Precious Ostiguy 2 years ago.

I suggest curing your "ms" THIS is only if thats what you actually have.. consider a possible Mis Diagnosis- Check for lyme disease.. FYI you will have to see a few specialist on this as it cant be detected usually with the first few tests, got to a person who specializes in it Want.. the cure.....? Answered by Rolande Cavagna 2 years ago.


Has anyone ever heard of a bad reaction to solu_medrol?
I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to... Asked by Bailey Filas 2 years ago.

I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to do if I have another allergic reaction and need Emergency care again for it? Answered by Courtney Matte 2 years ago.

Call your pharmacist. They are so smart and helpful, and usually know more about medications than many doctors! If you need a 24-hour pharmacist, just look up "Pharmacies" in the Yellow Pages. They have lots of ads. Good luck to you! :} Answered by Tama Hasch 2 years ago.


Are the drugs Decadron & Solu-medrol the same thing?
I went to the doctor for sinusitis and received an injection. The doctor said it was a steroid shot and I received a bill for a $70.00 injection. The bill shows it is Solu-Medrol and Decadron injection combined. Asked by Kellye Zbranek 2 years ago.

Are they the same? Yes and No. They are both glucocorticoids but chemically not the same. Decadron is dexamethasone. Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone. They shouldn't be mixed together. EDIT: I've looked in all of my injectable medication compatibility references. There are no references to either support or denounce mixing them together. My statement above is based on the fact that there is no evidence which says it's OK to mix. Answered by Treena Nole 2 years ago.

Decadron is dexamethasone taken orally, while Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone which is in injectable form. Since the 2 drugs differ in their mode of delivery, they cannot be combined in 1 injection. Answered by Lucien Massengill 2 years ago.


What is solu medrol 1000mg. ?
Need to know what us use for Pls help me Asked by Kristina Bollard 2 years ago.

solu medrol 1000mg is a cortico steroids . Answered by Karey Buggs 2 years ago.

it is methylprednisolone which is a corticosteroid and is used in inflammatory conditions, Autoimmune diseases for example in an MS attack or in lupus flare up, ophthalmic inflammatory conditions and etc. Answered by Raymon Braught 2 years ago.


Is solu,medrol 1000 mg good for psoriasis skin ?
do this inyección help psoriasis to clear skin Pls help my friend solu medrol good for psoriasis . Asked by Argelia Gottlieb 2 years ago.

I recommend you to put the question on yahoo answers! Answered by Sheryll Beelar 2 years ago.


Anyone had solu-medrol IV for MS?
Sorry, spelled that wrong, Ethel. Asked by Celinda Dulemba 2 years ago.

here are some links to others like yourself are going with the same problems, Answered by Justa Elsa 2 years ago.

I have MS and my very symptom was optic neuritis in my right eye. I had home IV solu-medrol and I lost complete vision in that eye. Unfortunately my optic nerve never bounced back to normal and I'm considered legally blind in that eye. However-the positive is that studies have shown that if treatment was started for optic neuritis-specifically solu-medrol it can offer an aprox 5 year protection against more MS symptoms. It wasn't until 5 years until my first episode with my vision that I had problems with my right leg and was officially diagnosed with MS-by way of another MRI-spinal tap and lab work. I'm now taking Copaxone and have been flare-up free for more than 5 years. I have a great proactive neurologist and much faith that I'll live to see a cure!! There's much more to my story-but there are positives-many more than negatives. Is this your first flare-up with MS. How long have you been diagnosed? Do you take any of the meds for MS? Answered by Sook Rubenstein 2 years ago.


Can solu medrol cause slow heart rate?
Three days into solumedrol, nurse says my heart rate is in the 40's. Steadily has been around this. Can this be the solu? Asked by Erlene Luedeman 2 years ago.

From one study I was able to find, less than 0.1% of 5000+ people taking methylprednisolone reported sinus bradycardia. So the chances that the SoluMedrol is causing your low heart rate is low. Whether your low HR is a problem for you depends on a few things. First, what is your regular resting heart rate? If you're in good shape, exercise a lot or relatively young, you may just have a naturally slow resting heart rate. Your heart just may be really efficient and not need to pump as many times to circulate the appropriate amount of blood. Secondly, do you feel any different when your heart rate is low? Is your blood pressure low as well? Do you have chest pain, chest tightness, shortness of breath, dizziness/vertigo, nausea/vomiting, headaches or abnormal sleepiness? If not, then you have what's called asymptomatic bradycardia, which is nothing to worry too much about. If you exhibit any of these symptoms though, consult your doctor, because symptomatic bradycardia can be a symptom of a more serious problem that needs to be addressed. Answered by Kristofer Andersson 2 years ago.


Solu-Medrol Steroid Side Effects-how much longer will it last?
For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the... Asked by Dortha Kundert 2 years ago.

For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the steroids, but since they're in my body, will the increased appetite persist? I really hope not, I've already gained about 3 pounds, I'm not liking this. Thanks so much. Answered by Darwin Hoffine 2 years ago.

Prednisone-type steroids cause weight gain without even taking increased appetite into consideration.This is a notorious adverse effect that is well-documented. Drink lots of water to try to flush the drug out of your system. Each person is an individual and has an individual reaction to substances. Answered by Joshua Killoran 2 years ago.


I just did three days of Solu-Medrol infusions?
When I finished the last one, I ended up going out and drinking far to much. That was Friday night, now I am by far the sickest I've ever been, cannot stop puking, have a fever, blood in vomit, I am trying to see if there is a bad mix between the two but all I find are discussion boards Does anyone know? Asked by Inga Panzella 2 years ago.

there is no interaction, what was the steroid infusion for? you may have a mallory-weiss tear in you oesophagus. see a doc Answered by Eloisa Finkenbiner 2 years ago.

if you have blood in your vomit you should seek medical attention immediately, rather than asking for help on a website. Answered by Kiyoko Dahan 2 years ago.


How long was your MS remission after solu medrol treatment?
I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of... Asked by Shari Demart 2 years ago.

I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of questions and only googling it makes it worse since a lot more people seem to be more disabled and further along. I guess I'm hoping as a young female theirs hope for me to stay semi healthy and have less flareups..thanks for your stories and advice Answered by Sharda Macneal 2 years ago.

I suggest curing your "ms" THIS is only if thats what you actually have.. consider a possible Mis Diagnosis- Check for lyme disease.. FYI you will have to see a few specialist on this as it cant be detected usually with the first few tests, got to a person who specializes in it Want.. the cure.....? Answered by Eloisa Philipson 2 years ago.


Has anyone ever heard of a bad reaction to solu_medrol?
I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to... Asked by Barry Cullers 2 years ago.

I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to do if I have another allergic reaction and need Emergency care again for it? Answered by Keturah Leggans 2 years ago.

Call your pharmacist. They are so smart and helpful, and usually know more about medications than many doctors! If you need a 24-hour pharmacist, just look up "Pharmacies" in the Yellow Pages. They have lots of ads. Good luck to you! :} Answered by Eddie Ramelize 2 years ago.


Are the drugs Decadron & Solu-medrol the same thing?
I went to the doctor for sinusitis and received an injection. The doctor said it was a steroid shot and I received a bill for a $70.00 injection. The bill shows it is Solu-Medrol and Decadron injection combined. Asked by Jen Duran 2 years ago.

Are they the same? Yes and No. They are both glucocorticoids but chemically not the same. Decadron is dexamethasone. Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone. They shouldn't be mixed together. EDIT: I've looked in all of my injectable medication compatibility references. There are no references to either support or denounce mixing them together. My statement above is based on the fact that there is no evidence which says it's OK to mix. Answered by Devona Kassing 2 years ago.

Decadron is dexamethasone taken orally, while Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone which is in injectable form. Since the 2 drugs differ in their mode of delivery, they cannot be combined in 1 injection. Answered by Weldon Rawhoof 2 years ago.


What is solu medrol 1000mg. ?
Need to know what us use for Pls help me Asked by Beulah Sainliere 2 years ago.

solu medrol 1000mg is a cortico steroids . Answered by Leighann Nixson 2 years ago.

it is methylprednisolone which is a corticosteroid and is used in inflammatory conditions, Autoimmune diseases for example in an MS attack or in lupus flare up, ophthalmic inflammatory conditions and etc. Answered by Tyler Kur 2 years ago.


Is solu,medrol 1000 mg good for psoriasis skin ?
do this inyección help psoriasis to clear skin Pls help my friend solu medrol good for psoriasis . Asked by Tawny Buttel 2 years ago.

I recommend you to put the question on yahoo answers! Answered by Kassie Mooradian 2 years ago.


Anyone had solu-medrol IV for MS?
Sorry, spelled that wrong, Ethel. Asked by Odis Panfilov 2 years ago.

here are some links to others like yourself are going with the same problems, Answered by Genoveva Paynter 2 years ago.

I have MS and my very symptom was optic neuritis in my right eye. I had home IV solu-medrol and I lost complete vision in that eye. Unfortunately my optic nerve never bounced back to normal and I'm considered legally blind in that eye. However-the positive is that studies have shown that if treatment was started for optic neuritis-specifically solu-medrol it can offer an aprox 5 year protection against more MS symptoms. It wasn't until 5 years until my first episode with my vision that I had problems with my right leg and was officially diagnosed with MS-by way of another MRI-spinal tap and lab work. I'm now taking Copaxone and have been flare-up free for more than 5 years. I have a great proactive neurologist and much faith that I'll live to see a cure!! There's much more to my story-but there are positives-many more than negatives. Is this your first flare-up with MS. How long have you been diagnosed? Do you take any of the meds for MS? Answered by Trish Brucki 2 years ago.


Can solu medrol cause slow heart rate?
Three days into solumedrol, nurse says my heart rate is in the 40's. Steadily has been around this. Can this be the solu? Asked by Darla Portrum 2 years ago.

From one study I was able to find, less than 0.1% of 5000+ people taking methylprednisolone reported sinus bradycardia. So the chances that the SoluMedrol is causing your low heart rate is low. Whether your low HR is a problem for you depends on a few things. First, what is your regular resting heart rate? If you're in good shape, exercise a lot or relatively young, you may just have a naturally slow resting heart rate. Your heart just may be really efficient and not need to pump as many times to circulate the appropriate amount of blood. Secondly, do you feel any different when your heart rate is low? Is your blood pressure low as well? Do you have chest pain, chest tightness, shortness of breath, dizziness/vertigo, nausea/vomiting, headaches or abnormal sleepiness? If not, then you have what's called asymptomatic bradycardia, which is nothing to worry too much about. If you exhibit any of these symptoms though, consult your doctor, because symptomatic bradycardia can be a symptom of a more serious problem that needs to be addressed. Answered by Cyril Monnet 2 years ago.


Solu-Medrol Steroid Side Effects-how much longer will it last?
For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the... Asked by Elias Whelton 2 years ago.

For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the steroids, but since they're in my body, will the increased appetite persist? I really hope not, I've already gained about 3 pounds, I'm not liking this. Thanks so much. Answered by Thomasina Daignault 2 years ago.

Prednisone-type steroids cause weight gain without even taking increased appetite into consideration.This is a notorious adverse effect that is well-documented. Drink lots of water to try to flush the drug out of your system. Each person is an individual and has an individual reaction to substances. Answered by Shannan Brandle 2 years ago.


I just did three days of Solu-Medrol infusions?
When I finished the last one, I ended up going out and drinking far to much. That was Friday night, now I am by far the sickest I've ever been, cannot stop puking, have a fever, blood in vomit, I am trying to see if there is a bad mix between the two but all I find are discussion boards Does anyone know? Asked by Lovetta Marmion 2 years ago.

there is no interaction, what was the steroid infusion for? you may have a mallory-weiss tear in you oesophagus. see a doc Answered by Jenny Coupe 2 years ago.

if you have blood in your vomit you should seek medical attention immediately, rather than asking for help on a website. Answered by Rochell Derryberry 2 years ago.


How long was your MS remission after solu medrol treatment?
I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of... Asked by Geoffrey Jeffers 2 years ago.

I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of questions and only googling it makes it worse since a lot more people seem to be more disabled and further along. I guess I'm hoping as a young female theirs hope for me to stay semi healthy and have less flareups..thanks for your stories and advice Answered by Carmina Larkey 2 years ago.

I suggest curing your "ms" THIS is only if thats what you actually have.. consider a possible Mis Diagnosis- Check for lyme disease.. FYI you will have to see a few specialist on this as it cant be detected usually with the first few tests, got to a person who specializes in it Want.. the cure.....? Answered by Thanh Doles 2 years ago.


Has anyone ever heard of a bad reaction to solu_medrol?
I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to... Asked by Eartha Hoilman 2 years ago.

I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to do if I have another allergic reaction and need Emergency care again for it? Answered by Earlie Niland 2 years ago.

Call your pharmacist. They are so smart and helpful, and usually know more about medications than many doctors! If you need a 24-hour pharmacist, just look up "Pharmacies" in the Yellow Pages. They have lots of ads. Good luck to you! :} Answered by Velva Margo 2 years ago.


Are the drugs Decadron & Solu-medrol the same thing?
I went to the doctor for sinusitis and received an injection. The doctor said it was a steroid shot and I received a bill for a $70.00 injection. The bill shows it is Solu-Medrol and Decadron injection combined. Asked by Santina Tritle 2 years ago.

Are they the same? Yes and No. They are both glucocorticoids but chemically not the same. Decadron is dexamethasone. Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone. They shouldn't be mixed together. EDIT: I've looked in all of my injectable medication compatibility references. There are no references to either support or denounce mixing them together. My statement above is based on the fact that there is no evidence which says it's OK to mix. Answered by Mozelle Pauldo 2 years ago.

Decadron is dexamethasone taken orally, while Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone which is in injectable form. Since the 2 drugs differ in their mode of delivery, they cannot be combined in 1 injection. Answered by Lacresha Buchert 2 years ago.


What is solu medrol 1000mg. ?
Need to know what us use for Pls help me Asked by Floyd Mairs 2 years ago.

solu medrol 1000mg is a cortico steroids . Answered by Sergio Lauser 2 years ago.

it is methylprednisolone which is a corticosteroid and is used in inflammatory conditions, Autoimmune diseases for example in an MS attack or in lupus flare up, ophthalmic inflammatory conditions and etc. Answered by Kristy Nelles 2 years ago.


Is solu,medrol 1000 mg good for psoriasis skin ?
do this inyección help psoriasis to clear skin Pls help my friend solu medrol good for psoriasis . Asked by Sylvia Chin 2 years ago.

I recommend you to put the question on yahoo answers! Answered by Rory Tidmore 2 years ago.


Anyone had solu-medrol IV for MS?
Sorry, spelled that wrong, Ethel. Asked by Lettie Elman 2 years ago.

here are some links to others like yourself are going with the same problems, Answered by Shelby Meua 2 years ago.

I have MS and my very symptom was optic neuritis in my right eye. I had home IV solu-medrol and I lost complete vision in that eye. Unfortunately my optic nerve never bounced back to normal and I'm considered legally blind in that eye. However-the positive is that studies have shown that if treatment was started for optic neuritis-specifically solu-medrol it can offer an aprox 5 year protection against more MS symptoms. It wasn't until 5 years until my first episode with my vision that I had problems with my right leg and was officially diagnosed with MS-by way of another MRI-spinal tap and lab work. I'm now taking Copaxone and have been flare-up free for more than 5 years. I have a great proactive neurologist and much faith that I'll live to see a cure!! There's much more to my story-but there are positives-many more than negatives. Is this your first flare-up with MS. How long have you been diagnosed? Do you take any of the meds for MS? Answered by Bradford Jackels 2 years ago.


Can solu medrol cause slow heart rate?
Three days into solumedrol, nurse says my heart rate is in the 40's. Steadily has been around this. Can this be the solu? Asked by Caryn Brienen 2 years ago.

From one study I was able to find, less than 0.1% of 5000+ people taking methylprednisolone reported sinus bradycardia. So the chances that the SoluMedrol is causing your low heart rate is low. Whether your low HR is a problem for you depends on a few things. First, what is your regular resting heart rate? If you're in good shape, exercise a lot or relatively young, you may just have a naturally slow resting heart rate. Your heart just may be really efficient and not need to pump as many times to circulate the appropriate amount of blood. Secondly, do you feel any different when your heart rate is low? Is your blood pressure low as well? Do you have chest pain, chest tightness, shortness of breath, dizziness/vertigo, nausea/vomiting, headaches or abnormal sleepiness? If not, then you have what's called asymptomatic bradycardia, which is nothing to worry too much about. If you exhibit any of these symptoms though, consult your doctor, because symptomatic bradycardia can be a symptom of a more serious problem that needs to be addressed. Answered by Lucy Sauve 2 years ago.


Solu-Medrol Steroid Side Effects-how much longer will it last?
For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the... Asked by Vennie Kyseth 2 years ago.

For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the steroids, but since they're in my body, will the increased appetite persist? I really hope not, I've already gained about 3 pounds, I'm not liking this. Thanks so much. Answered by Teena Tressler 2 years ago.

Prednisone-type steroids cause weight gain without even taking increased appetite into consideration.This is a notorious adverse effect that is well-documented. Drink lots of water to try to flush the drug out of your system. Each person is an individual and has an individual reaction to substances. Answered by Brigida Scorca 2 years ago.


I just did three days of Solu-Medrol infusions?
When I finished the last one, I ended up going out and drinking far to much. That was Friday night, now I am by far the sickest I've ever been, cannot stop puking, have a fever, blood in vomit, I am trying to see if there is a bad mix between the two but all I find are discussion boards Does anyone know? Asked by Melania Sickman 2 years ago.

there is no interaction, what was the steroid infusion for? you may have a mallory-weiss tear in you oesophagus. see a doc Answered by Grover Cornetta 2 years ago.

if you have blood in your vomit you should seek medical attention immediately, rather than asking for help on a website. Answered by Claudio Wik 2 years ago.


How long was your MS remission after solu medrol treatment?
I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of... Asked by Samella Borge 2 years ago.

I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of questions and only googling it makes it worse since a lot more people seem to be more disabled and further along. I guess I'm hoping as a young female theirs hope for me to stay semi healthy and have less flareups..thanks for your stories and advice Answered by Eli Vaeza 2 years ago.

I suggest curing your "ms" THIS is only if thats what you actually have.. consider a possible Mis Diagnosis- Check for lyme disease.. FYI you will have to see a few specialist on this as it cant be detected usually with the first few tests, got to a person who specializes in it Want.. the cure.....? Answered by Rodrigo Lacognata 2 years ago.


Has anyone ever heard of a bad reaction to solu_medrol?
I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to... Asked by Ruthann Dueitt 2 years ago.

I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to do if I have another allergic reaction and need Emergency care again for it? Answered by Karole Dipiero 2 years ago.

Call your pharmacist. They are so smart and helpful, and usually know more about medications than many doctors! If you need a 24-hour pharmacist, just look up "Pharmacies" in the Yellow Pages. They have lots of ads. Good luck to you! :} Answered by Na Capata 2 years ago.


Are the drugs Decadron & Solu-medrol the same thing?
I went to the doctor for sinusitis and received an injection. The doctor said it was a steroid shot and I received a bill for a $70.00 injection. The bill shows it is Solu-Medrol and Decadron injection combined. Asked by Deloris Reitzel 2 years ago.

Are they the same? Yes and No. They are both glucocorticoids but chemically not the same. Decadron is dexamethasone. Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone. They shouldn't be mixed together. EDIT: I've looked in all of my injectable medication compatibility references. There are no references to either support or denounce mixing them together. My statement above is based on the fact that there is no evidence which says it's OK to mix. Answered by Bernice Dando 2 years ago.

Decadron is dexamethasone taken orally, while Solu-Medrol is methylprednisolone which is in injectable form. Since the 2 drugs differ in their mode of delivery, they cannot be combined in 1 injection. Answered by Jules Markgraf 2 years ago.


What is solu medrol 1000mg. ?
Need to know what us use for Pls help me Asked by Gertrude Kopperman 2 years ago.

solu medrol 1000mg is a cortico steroids . Answered by Ariel Hollway 2 years ago.

it is methylprednisolone which is a corticosteroid and is used in inflammatory conditions, Autoimmune diseases for example in an MS attack or in lupus flare up, ophthalmic inflammatory conditions and etc. Answered by Katharine Payne 2 years ago.


Is solu,medrol 1000 mg good for psoriasis skin ?
do this inyección help psoriasis to clear skin Pls help my friend solu medrol good for psoriasis . Asked by Heidy Sauseda 2 years ago.

I recommend you to put the question on yahoo answers! Answered by Julene Forstedt 2 years ago.


Anyone had solu-medrol IV for MS?
Sorry, spelled that wrong, Ethel. Asked by Adah Cavin 2 years ago.

here are some links to others like yourself are going with the same problems, Answered by Domonique Stobierski 2 years ago.

I have MS and my very symptom was optic neuritis in my right eye. I had home IV solu-medrol and I lost complete vision in that eye. Unfortunately my optic nerve never bounced back to normal and I'm considered legally blind in that eye. However-the positive is that studies have shown that if treatment was started for optic neuritis-specifically solu-medrol it can offer an aprox 5 year protection against more MS symptoms. It wasn't until 5 years until my first episode with my vision that I had problems with my right leg and was officially diagnosed with MS-by way of another MRI-spinal tap and lab work. I'm now taking Copaxone and have been flare-up free for more than 5 years. I have a great proactive neurologist and much faith that I'll live to see a cure!! There's much more to my story-but there are positives-many more than negatives. Is this your first flare-up with MS. How long have you been diagnosed? Do you take any of the meds for MS? Answered by Marin Boisselle 2 years ago.


Can solu medrol cause slow heart rate?
Three days into solumedrol, nurse says my heart rate is in the 40's. Steadily has been around this. Can this be the solu? Asked by Enrique Zable 2 years ago.

From one study I was able to find, less than 0.1% of 5000+ people taking methylprednisolone reported sinus bradycardia. So the chances that the SoluMedrol is causing your low heart rate is low. Whether your low HR is a problem for you depends on a few things. First, what is your regular resting heart rate? If you're in good shape, exercise a lot or relatively young, you may just have a naturally slow resting heart rate. Your heart just may be really efficient and not need to pump as many times to circulate the appropriate amount of blood. Secondly, do you feel any different when your heart rate is low? Is your blood pressure low as well? Do you have chest pain, chest tightness, shortness of breath, dizziness/vertigo, nausea/vomiting, headaches or abnormal sleepiness? If not, then you have what's called asymptomatic bradycardia, which is nothing to worry too much about. If you exhibit any of these symptoms though, consult your doctor, because symptomatic bradycardia can be a symptom of a more serious problem that needs to be addressed. Answered by Corazon Neugin 2 years ago.


Solu-Medrol Steroid Side Effects-how much longer will it last?
For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the... Asked by Kit Dettinger 2 years ago.

For 3 days I was injected through an IV Solu-Medrol (methylprednisolone) steroids for inflammation in my ankle, taking in 500 mg a day (I'm only a teenager). I have been experiancing an extreme increased appetite. The nurse told me the steroids will last in my body for about 28 days. I am no longer taking the steroids, but since they're in my body, will the increased appetite persist? I really hope not, I've already gained about 3 pounds, I'm not liking this. Thanks so much. Answered by Tambra Kilness 2 years ago.

Prednisone-type steroids cause weight gain without even taking increased appetite into consideration.This is a notorious adverse effect that is well-documented. Drink lots of water to try to flush the drug out of your system. Each person is an individual and has an individual reaction to substances. Answered by Loris Smida 2 years ago.


I just did three days of Solu-Medrol infusions?
When I finished the last one, I ended up going out and drinking far to much. That was Friday night, now I am by far the sickest I've ever been, cannot stop puking, have a fever, blood in vomit, I am trying to see if there is a bad mix between the two but all I find are discussion boards Does anyone know? Asked by Inell Shannonhouse 2 years ago.

there is no interaction, what was the steroid infusion for? you may have a mallory-weiss tear in you oesophagus. see a doc Answered by Lionel Lominy 2 years ago.

if you have blood in your vomit you should seek medical attention immediately, rather than asking for help on a website. Answered by Susan Marter 2 years ago.


How long was your MS remission after solu medrol treatment?
I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of... Asked by Kathlyn Nickell 2 years ago.

I just got diagnosed last week with multiple scerlosis and completed my five day steroid treatment. I'm starting to feel better slowly..I'm assuming it takes time to work in full effect. Just curious how long was the remission before you had a relapse or a flair up? I'm new to this and have lots of questions and only googling it makes it worse since a lot more people seem to be more disabled and further along. I guess I'm hoping as a young female theirs hope for me to stay semi healthy and have less flareups..thanks for your stories and advice Answered by Joya Kellough 2 years ago.

I suggest curing your "ms" THIS is only if thats what you actually have.. consider a possible Mis Diagnosis- Check for lyme disease.. FYI you will have to see a few specialist on this as it cant be detected usually with the first few tests, got to a person who specializes in it Want.. the cure.....? Answered by Elisabeth Kercado 2 years ago.


Has anyone ever heard of a bad reaction to solu_medrol?
I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to... Asked by Jeannie Inabinet 2 years ago.

I was treated at the local ER for a severe allergic reation to this Benadyrl/prednisone combo. I vomited and lost control of my continece and bowels when this was given to me intraveinously. The nurse siad that there was no way it was caused by the combo IV push?? I am just wondering if this is common and what to do if I have another allergic reaction and need Emergency care again for it? Answered by Hyman Verhoff 2 years ago.

Call your pharmacist. They are so smart and helpful, and usually know more about medications than many doctors! If you need a 24-hour pharmacist, just look up "Pharmacies" in the Yellow Pages. They have lots of ads. Good luck to you! :} Answered by Queenie Slate 2 years ago.


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