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... I'm on nebulizer Albuterol Sulfate and Pulmicort Respules. Dulera and Ventolin. I have more meds but these are the only ones that pertain to this post. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I started having allergies around 2009. By 2011 i began with slight flare ups once or twice a summer where I would take zyrtec and flonase and occasionally albuterol and would be fine in a week. Starting June of this year I have had inflammed longs all summer, occasional shortness of breath. ... (1 replies)
... We started pulmicort a few months back at the same time we started singulair. He has been more extreme in his behavior... ... (22 replies)

... I went to see my asthma educator as well as my family doctor this week. They said that living constantly with my perennial triggers(mold/dust) poor air are the cause of this flare up. I can't move until the end of April. They wanted me to try singulair but it's not covered on my drug plan so my doctor is sending a form for compassionate samples. I'm hoping that will work out.... (3 replies)
... she took the pulmicort respules and when she was sick the albuterol just as you mentioned. the specialist said it was fine to mix the two when she needed the albuterol. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you. Well, as far as schedules, I was referring to the morning and evening treatments when we give him both. Like, when he wakes up and needs an albuterol treatment and it is time for his morning pulmicort treatment. ... (4 replies)
... You cannot mix Albuterol and Pulmicort. ... (4 replies)
... hours until his wheezing stops. We give him pulmicort twice a day. ... (4 replies)
... get things under control quickly. Depending on the severity, it is usually 5 days of a moderate dose or 15 days of a tapered dose. That in combination with the Albuterol works best for me. ... (3 replies)
... Since I have regular asthma, I'm not really in a position to comment on which is better for that particular form but would venture that if it is getting better under the current regimen, stick with it for at least a week. It often takes that long - or longer - to get things under control once they get out of whack. I'm a jogger so I use a lot of albuterol (2 puffs before... (3 replies)
... I never really needed the albuterol in the past. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, my 6 year old son took singulair for about 2 weeks when we noticed he was super hyper and not able to control his impulses. He also started talking a lot about death and death dreams and nightmares. He even got in trouble at school for the first time ever, and that was it!!. We didn't really have time to tell if it made a difference for him, just the fact that he seemed so... (6 replies)
... diarrhea again..upped pulmicort as instructed for whenever his body is under stress. ... (3 replies)
... Pulmicort is budesonide which is a corticosteroid...used as a preventor to help keep inflammation down in the lungs. There's no albuterol sulfate in it. ... (2 replies)
... seasonal cough. The pediatritian prescribed the nebulizer twice daily with the Albuterol and Pulmicort combination but I don't recall her giving us a time frame with it. ... (22 replies)
Pulmicort question
Feb 24, 2008
... does albuterol sulfate contain a steroid (2 replies)
... age. I could see someone who didn't know, ending up in the emergency room because they inhaled something they were allergic to. When you couple this with the new Albuterol inhalers, it's a really bad situation for asthmatics. ... (6 replies)
... medicine is getting into his lungs. We have our child on a routine where he watches a special video and takes his "fishy" medicine through the nebulizer. We do Pulmicort daily, and if ever needed, the albuterol through the nebulizer. ... (22 replies)
... I haven't read the other posts, but here's my story. The same thing happened with my two year old. He was finally put on Pulmicort which has helped TREMENDOUSLY. His most recent cold I did not have to use any albuterol or prednisone, thank God!! ... (22 replies)
... Our specialist implied that because my daughter is two, a nebulizer is the only effective way to administer the Albuterol or the Pulmicort. We have an inhaler with a spacer for emergencies on the go, but we have never tried it. ... (22 replies)




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