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Unread 11-22-2010, 12:28 AM   #1
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Default Weight Gain

Can 30 mg of prednisone still cause weight gain? Or is it just me being super lazy and not being able to excerisze? This is the first problem ive noticed with the weight gain (being quite alot) since the beginning of the school year ive gained 25lbs...and i have been excersizing quite a bit..


Im getting really frustrated as this disease keeps taking everything i have/want.

This week will be a year of me being on constant prednisone- I started thanksgiving night when i couldnt breathe in the er.


Hope your all well- having a hard one.


2nd day of another IVIG tomorrow.
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