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  1. Treating Children and Adolescents (Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America)  
    ... the gastroenterologist as well as the dermatologist). Ideally, steroid-induced acne will improve by gradually tapering the steroid dose. Treatment of IBD in the pediatric patient ...
  2. Prednisone [Possible Side Effects] (Johns Hopkins Vasculitis Center)  
    ... milligrams/day. Glucose Intolerance High blood sugar, or steroidinduced diabetes. This usually resolves when the steroids are ... especially facial acne, as pictured below . The facial acne developed after several weeks of high steroid doses.
  3. Corticosteroids (Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America)  
    ... bone loss, are effective in treating and preventing steroid-induced osteoporosis. Drug Interactions People taking several different medicines, ...
  4. Lupus (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... example, some types of anti-seizure medicines and acne medicines can cause this kind of lupus in teens. Drug-induced lupus is similar to SLE in the ways ...
  5. Lupus (Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health)  
    ... effects can include: a round or puffy face, acne, heartburn, increased ... while on steroids. Long-term side effects can include: easy bruising, ...
  6. Hirsutism and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (American Society for Reproductive Medicine) - PDF  
    ... with characteristics of androgens may cause hirsutism. Anabolic steroids , used for ... acne more frequently than hirsutism. “Natural” supplements such as ...
  7. Living with Lupus (For Parents) (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... Occasionally, discoid lupus occurs with systemic lupus. Drug-induced lupus , which accounts for about 10% of all lupus cases, occurs as a reaction to specific kinds of medications. In kids, anti-seizure medications, thyroid medications, and acne medications can cause lupus. The symptoms are similar ...
  8. Pregnancy and Medicines (National Library of Medicine)  
    Not all medicines are safe to take when you are pregnant. Some medicines can harm your baby. That includes over-the-counter or prescription drugs, herbs, ...