Effect of prednisolone on language function in children with autistic spectrum disorder

The steroid reduced the inflammation. Reduced inflammation increased speech:


"The benefit of prednisolone for language scores was more evident in participants who were younger than five years, with a history of developmental regression, but the trial's low dose may have limited this benefit. The observed side effects do not contraindicate corticosteroid use in autism."


Source: The Journal of Pediatrics



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