Our expert says:
If possible one should avoid using cortisone pills longterm ( although in certain diseases it is unavoidable - Ulcerative colitis, rheumatoid arthritis for example) It can cause thinning of the skin, suppressing immunity and osteoporosis. Nasal cortisone only works local and does not have these side effects - it can however cause nosebleeds.
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