How is The difference between Cortisone and Dihydrocortisone deemed off-topic because of personal advices and my "health issues". Those reasons are virtually non-existent. Instead, the question clearly just asks for documented difference between 3 substances. Doesn't need advices at all.
I closed your question as requesting medical advice because you asked about the properties of a drug you yourself are taking in comparison to two other drugs. Stated differently, you requested information about other treatment options.
In your question, you mention details about symptoms. As noted in the right sidebar on the main site:
Do not share personal medical information, medical history or any other specific details about a person's medical symptoms, condition etc (whether yours or someone you know) on this site or any Stack Exchange site.
In the comments, you state:
the potential for someone to mishandle the displayed use of this drug
It is clear from this comment, that one impetus for the question is whether the use of the drug is appropriate for your personal indication.
In conclusion, it clear that your question is personal medical advice and is thus not appropriate for this site.
I've removed this personal part of the question (which didn't make it as requesting medical advice by the way), and voted to reopen. The question is clearly:
What is the theoretical and practical difference between Dihydrocortisone (C21H30O5), Cortisone (C21H28O5) and Prednisone (C21H26O5)? The Wikipedia article about Dihydrocortisone literally consists of one line.
There's nothing personal about it: millions of patients use these medications.
@IanCampbell rightfully closed this question as a personal medical advice question. As discussed at Should we edit Personal Medical Advice questions? edited personal advice questions are still personal advice questions, disguised not to be.
My view is a resounding no. As pointed out by responses to the linked question,