Our expert says:
Jan, it might be due to the effect the cortisone has on your adrenal glands and the effect this has on the electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride, etc.) in your blood, but I can’t say for sure from this side of the screen. The best would be to see a specialist physician and have him sort it out for you. Good luck.
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