This is a really good question and actually, they can take Methylprednisolone on an empty stomach or while they are fasting. It's okay. Sometimes we recommend it to be taken with food because people complain of abdominal pain or an upset stomach with it.
And it is okay to take with the other two medications if they are using to help with their breathing as it might work with COPD, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. If you ever have any questions like this though, whether or not you can take something with or without food or other opportunities where you may not be sure about it, come and talk to the pharmacist. Ask us, we'll be more than happy to help you. We are the medication experts.
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