Gilenya and high dose steroids

For severe relapses (involving loss of vision, severe weakness or poor balance, for example), which interfere with a person’s mobility, safety or overall ability to function, most neurologists recommend treatment with corticosteroids. The most common treatment regimen is a three-to-five-day course of high-dose, intravenous corticosteroids to reduce inflammation and end the relapse more quickly. This regimen may or may not be followed with a slow taper of oral prednisone. Corticosteroids are not believed to have any long-term benefit on the disease. Medication options include:

infection / Delayed / -
headache / Early / -
diarrhea / Early / -
nausea / Early / -
cough / Delayed / -
sinusitis / Delayed / -
influenza / Delayed / -
abdominal pain / Early / -
back pain / Delayed / -
alopecia / Delayed / -
asthenia / Delayed / -
dizziness / Early / 0-
pruritus / Rapid / 0-
syncope / Early / Incidence not known
fatigue / Early / Incidence not known
urticaria / Rapid / Incidence not known
rash (unspecified) / Early / Incidence not known

Gilenya and high dose steroids

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