Notify your doctor if you have allergies or any of the following conditions: bleeding problems, blood clots, osteoporosis, certain nerve/muscle disease, diabetes, eye diseases (e.g., ocular herpes infection, glaucoma), heart problems (congestive heart failure), kidney disease, high blood pressure, mental conditions, other infections (e.g., threadworm, tuberculosis), severe liver disease (cirrhosis), intestinal problems (e.g., ulcer, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis) or underactive thyroid.
Taking Generic Deltasone may hide the signs of an infection or lead to development of a more serious infection. Always notify your doctor if you have developed any symptoms of an infection during treatment. If you are suffering from major stress, injury or surgery, your dosage may have to be revised upwards. Tell your doctor if you start suffering from any of the following side effects while under stress: unusual weakness, sudden weight loss or dizziness. Avoid contact with patients suffering from chickenpox or measles. Patients with a history of ulcers or those taking large doses of aspirin or other arthritis medications should notify their doctors and limit their consumption of alcohol, as taking Generic Deltasone in such cases may increase the risk of stomach/intestinal bleeding. In patients with diabetes, Generic Deltasone may increase blood sugar levels. To prevent it, take your blood sugar level frequently and report any irregularities. As taking Generic Deltasone may lead to dizziness, do not engage into activities that require mental alertness. Do not take Generic Deltasone if you are pregnant and consult your doctor if you are breastfeeding, as Generic Deltasone may pass into milk.