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Can panafcortolone cause long term damage to eyes? I have been prescribed 12.5mg for 2 months and I get blurred vision shortly after taking the pill, for most of the day.

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This medicine is a corticosteroid, and it can, in a small percentage of people, cause vision disturbances. Your dose is moderate, but you should not stop taking it suddenly, therefore, get back to the doctor soon and discuss this side effect.
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