Prednisolone is a type of medicine called a corticosteroid (or steroid). Corticosteroids are medicines used for reducing inflammation. Inflammation can occur as a result of allergy or irritation and is caused by the release of chemicals that are involved in producing immune and allergic responses. These chemicals cause blood vessels to widen, resulting in the affected area becoming red, swollen, itchy and painful. Prednisolone reduces inflammation by stopping cells from releasing these inflammatory chemicals. When it's administered directly into the eyes or ears it reduces inflammation in these local areas. See your doctor if there is little or no improvement in your symptoms after seven days of using prednisolone eye or ear drops. I had a cold on Feb 17 and on Feb 22 I suddenly went deaf in my left ear. I went to my primary care doctor immediately and he prescribed Amoxicillin and Flonase. I was not told this hearing loss could be so serious. I saw an ENT on March 23 and was diagnosed with severe sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL) in my left ear. I am on a high dose of Prednisone for the next 2 weeks and hoping for the best. First, sometimes hearing comes back spontaneously, without any treatment. My question is even though it has been 30 days is there a chance that some of my hearing will return? There is always a chance, but in your case I’m afraid it is a very slim chance that your hearing will come back at this late date. Sometimes hearing comes back because of a given treatment such as taking Prednisone. And sometimes hearing never comes back in spite of any treatment.
Asked by Nerisa from New York I had a terrible cold that lasted about two weeks, and my right ear is still clogged with congestion. I find that it gets worse throughout the day, and I get that "popping" feeling when I blow my nose. Expert answer Thanks for your question, and sorry to hear about your continuing discomfort. The short answer to your question is maybe, but probably not. If you have a middle ear infection (otitis media) or sinus infection associated with your symptoms, then antibiotics may help. Your doctor can make the diagnosis and prescribe antibiotics if needed. However, the scenario you describe sounds typical of a problem with the Eustachian tube, which connects the middle ear with the throat. Aaron Rogers, an otolaryngologist in Atlanta, to provide more information about the symptoms you describe. He shares the following: "The ear feeling clogged and the clicking during a cold or sinus infection are a result of the Eustachian tube, the ear's natural drainage tube, getting swollen shut - or, more commonly, partly shut. Prednisolone is a man-made form of a natural substance (corticosteroid hormone) made by the adrenal gland. It is used to treat conditions such as arthritis, blood problems, immune system disorders, skin and eye conditions, breathing problems, cancer, and severe allergies. It decreases your immune system's response to various diseases to reduce symptoms such as pain, swelling and allergic-type reactions. Take this medication by mouth, with food or milk to prevent stomach upset, exactly as directed by your doctor. Carefully measure the dose using a special measuring device/spoon. Do not use a household spoon because you may not get the correct dose. There are many brands, strengths, and forms of liquid prednisolone available. The dosage and length of treatment are based on your medical condition and response to treatment.
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