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Damiana has active ingredients of damiana. (latest outcomes from Damiana 3 users)
Adrenal suppression (suppression of cortisol secretion by the adrenal glands) has been reported by people with asthma, hiv infection, fungal nail infection, psoriasis, high blood pressure (latest reports from 565 Adrenal suppression patients).
On Oct, 24, 2016
No report is found.
hi i need help. my son is 4 and he stopped a course of 5 days redipred(prednisolone) 4 weeks ago. ever since the last dose his skin has become so red and sun sensitive. i took him to gp which seemed totally unphased. my sons skin is on fire and i just dont know if it will go back to normal or should i ask for blood test. he has had redipred fair few times this year but always for only two nights. it has really messed him up the 5 days course. is it a sign of adrenal suppression? thanks for your help. really sressed here
hi i need help. my son is 4 and he stopped a course of 5 days redipred(prednisolone) 4 weeks ago. ever since the last dose his skin has become so red and sun sensitive. i took him to gp which seemed totally unphased. my sons skin is on fire and i just dont know if it will go back to normal or ...
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