Smell - impaired is reported only by a few people who take Cortisone Acetate. We study 3,004 people who have side effects while taking Cortisone acetate from FDA and social media. Among them, 2 have Smell - impaired. Find out below who they are, when they have Smell - impaired and more.
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Cortisone acetate has active ingredients of cortisone acetate. It is often used in pain. (latest outcomes from Cortisone acetate 3,655 users)
Smell - impaired has been reported by people with nasopharyngitis, high blood pressure, nasal congestion, sinusitis, asthma (latest reports from 8,247 Smell - impaired patients).
On Oct, 24, 2016
3,004 people reported to have side effects when taking Cortisone Acetate.
Among them, 2 people (0.07%) have Smell - Impaired
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
** Reports from social media are used.
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I have been taking Lialda for about 3 years - 2 pills a day. Before that I was on Asacol for about 18 years. Over the past three years my sense of smell has diminished to the point that I cannot smell at all. I had some local nasal exams and nothing seemed wrong. Someone suggested to me that it could be the medication.
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.
I lost 100% of my smell and taste May 2016. Is it because I been on Lisinopril 2 and half years? Has anyone stopped Lisinopril and got their smell back? I have been to ENT,neurologist,neuro surgeon,cat scans of head. MRI done. prednisne 15 days, nasal spray 2 months. alpha lipoic acid daily for ...
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.
I have completely lost my sense of smell due to taking Zoloft. I have not taken it now for at least 3 months and still my sense of smell has not returned. I was wondering if anyone's sense of smell has returned, and how did it come back? I very much miss my sense of smell!
I have been taking Lialda for about 3 years - 2 pills a day. Before that I was on Asacol for about 18 years. Over the past three years my sense of smell has diminished to the point that I cannot smell at all. I had some local nasal exams and nothing seemed wrong. Someone suggested to me that ...
I am sorry for this really big pain in the fanny! I have hope that we will all SMELL soon! This is new for me and I'm tired of ending up with things I've NEVER heard of before!! (Could be worse!). Anyway.. I'm hopeful. Grateful I'm not sick and I'm sure it was the Flonase.
I have been trying for over a year to determine why I lost my sense of smell. I think we have determined it to be Cymbalta. Does your sense of smell return after you are off the drug for a while? if yes, how long? Susan
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 ...
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