Erase and Prednisone

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    Erase and Prednisone


    I got a really aggressive case of sinusitis recently and was prescribed antibiotics and prednisone, the prednisone to reduce nasal and sinus inflammation not only to allow the sinuses to drain but because the inflammation made it impossible for me to breathe.

    Now I was looking for the method of action of prednisone but absolutely can't find anything on it. I stopped taking Erase yesterday before I got prednisone. I was just wondering now though if taking Erase, a cortisol blocker, would interfere with the prednisone.

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    I would not mix them. Some supplements can slightly change your immune system so I always suggest stopping all supplement except a Multi when on anti-Bs
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    I would not mix them. Some supplements can slightly change your immune system so I always suggest stopping all supplement except a Multi when on anti-Bs
    Thanks man! Will do
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    Prednisone has some truly nasty sides associated with it, one of the worst. It can quickly eat through your calcium levels and cause drastic fat accumulation such as buffalo hump in the back and chickmunk cheeks. I'd definitely be careful of anything else I was taking in conjunction with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    I would not mix them. Some supplements can slightly change your immune system so I always suggest stopping all supplement except a Multi when on anti-Bs
    X2. We definitely can not recommend taking Erase with your prescription medications, especially prednisone.
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    That's what I suspected. Thanks guys. Thankfully I'm off of it today (the prednisone).
  

  
 

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