Kidney stones is found among people who take Cortisone Acetate, especially for people who are female, 50-59 old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Celebrex, and have Osteoporosis . We study 2,998 people who have side effects while taking Cortisone acetate from FDA and social media. Among them, 14 have Kidney stones. Find out below who they are, when they have Kidney stones and more.
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Cortisone acetate has active ingredients of cortisone acetate. It is often used in blood corticotrophin decreased. (latest outcomes from Cortisone acetate 3,432 users)
Kidney stones has been reported by people with pain, drug ineffective, weakness, diarrhea, joint pain (latest reports from 15,877 Kidney stones patients).
On Aug, 20, 2016
2,998 people reported to have side effects when taking Cortisone Acetate.
Among them, 14 people (0.47%) have Kidney Stones
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** Reports from social media are used.
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I have an issue with my shoulder so my GP gave me a Kenalog 80 mg injection and about 10 days later I had an episode where I couldn't breathe, called 911 and ended up in ER. Had several panic attacks for the next 3-4 weeks. So I went to an Orthopedic doctor who did agree that 80 mg was way too much and that he would use a different type of cortisone and a lesser amount. Again, this time worse, I started to faint, called 911 and the paramedics said my heart was still in tychardia after 45 minutes, blood pressure was 160/95 which for me was very high as my normal is 100/60.
This is for my father. Shortly after starting methotrexate injections and cortisone for Rheumatoid arthritis my father started having language difficulties and now has dementia. He was diagnosed with Pick's disease. Could it be caused by these drugs? He is still taking them.
hes been on his meds for the sezures sence he was 2 and now 14 (lamotrigine), and just got put on flomax for his kidney stones a month ago , and he had a sezure sunday morning out of no where , do you think taking them both together may have cause this to happen ?
I have been taking methotrexate the first time was 2 years ago and then my Rheumatologist started again on September. Two years ago I had a really bad pain and went to ER, they did a CAT scan and came with kidney stone on the left side. Last night out of nowhere I get this really bad pain on ...
I have been on nexium or something similar for the last 15 years for my acid reflux. During this time I have had continual bouts with kidney stones like about every other year. Going thru it right now. Going to try natural remedy treatment,any suggestions? What test would show what this pain ...
Hello myself Priyank Shah. I have pulmonary embolism since 2 months with gene mutation 20210a. Before starting heparin and warfarin my kidney and abdominal Sonography came Neil. But before 2-3weeks I have been diagnosed with 14mm kidney stone (positioned in right kidney) which started with ...
Im 36, healthy, a mom, and with my first kidney stone at 7mm. No its not genetics. No I dont smoke nor drink caffeine excessively. I have high blood pressure and was switched from 5mg to 10mg on amlodipine besylate about 3 months ago. I went to the doctors for swelling in my hands and feet. My ...
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