Kidney and urinary tract problems

Nephrotic syndrome

Top Medications for Nephrotic syndrome according to our users

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  • All women

  • Brand (generic)% of users who said medication was worth it
  • Prednisone
    62%

All Medications for Nephrotic syndrome

  • Glucocorticoid > Synthetic

    • Dexamethasone
      Prescription only

      Decadron (Dexamethasone) is identical to an essential hormone that humans produce and has been proven to work safely.

      Was it worth it?
      • Available dosage forms:
      • Pill
      • Liquid
  • Anti-inflammatory, Immunosuppressant > Corticosteroid

    • Medrol
      (Methylprednisolone)
      Prescription only

      Medrol (Methylprednisolone) is corticosteroid available in many forms (oral, injectable) that's great for controlling the unwanted symptoms from your immune responses and will make you feel better. There are lots of side effects but most of are tolerable or can be managed.

      • Available dosage forms:
      • Pill
    • Prednisone
      Prescription only

      Deltasone (Prednisone) is a common oral corticosteroid that's great for controlling the unwanted symptoms from your immune responses and will make you feel better. There are lots of side effects but most of are tolerable or can be managed.

      • Available dosage forms:
      • Pill
      • Extended release
      • Liquid
  • Cholesterol-lowering > Statin

    • Lovastatin
      Prescription only

      Mevacor (Lovastatin) can improve cholesterol, but it's not as strong as other statin medicines. Statin side effects can be difficult to deal with, but the benefits might outweigh the risks.

      • Available dosage forms:
      • Pill
      • Extended release

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