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... That wouldn't cause sore throat. ... (6 replies)
... I've used Albuterol since I was 7 years old and lately it's been giving me a sore throat after I use it. Anyone else? ... (6 replies)
... Probably the oral steroid doing it. If it's the powdered stuff that you breathe in it will settle on your mouth and throat and cause irritation. If you read the instructions it says wash your mouth with water after each use. ... (6 replies)

... I've been using Advair now for almost 2 years. I am 26 years old have had asthma for about 15 yrs. I had been having to use my albuterol inhaler almost every day before starting Advair, but now only use it about once a month. It's great! ... (4 replies)
... It's listed as a SEVERE side effect....but I don't think that's it, these are just spots on my body that itch whenever I take it.....maybe it's not related at all, I do have eczema but these i've noticed the times I've taken it. (6 replies)
... Can albuterol cause itching? ... (6 replies)
... and a nebulizer for Duoneb and albuterol. Last night, I developed a severe sore throat concentrated on my right tonsil, with some small white dots. It hurts to swallow, to eat, to talk, on the right side. ... (1 replies)
... gotchya. Titchou (6 replies)
... Flovent and Advair are considered "inhaled" steroids. Steroids in pill form are considered "oral." (6 replies)
... well advair and flovent are oral steroids but they come in a powdered form that you inhale and the powder causes irritation. (6 replies)
... Some people think the new HFA inhalers are "drier." I don't find that but some do. Perhaps you just need to take a sip of water after using it. However, if you are using it daily, you should see your doctor. Your daily preventer (Flivent, Advair, whatever) is not controlling your asthma. (6 replies)
... Hello- I am new to this forum. I just came across it today in my attempt to find some information. I would greatly appreciate any comments you might have concerning my current health dilemma . . . I have been taking Advair for several years with no apparent side effects, but I recently had an asthma flare up and my doctor increased my dosage temporarily for a period of 30... (0 replies)
... he pulmonoligist, who has had me tested for a pulm function test, an lung xray, and tried me on several meds. During the pulm function test, they determined that albuterol does not work for me. ... (1 replies)
... I know this from years of experience. I have asthma, allergies, and acid reflux. My reflux is 'silent' which makes it even harder. The reflux can cause the sore throat the same as an infection. ... (6 replies)
... After years with experience with this, I've come to the conclusion that there is absolutely no way to know which it is. I've also had several specialists tell me the same thing. (Pulmonologist, ENT, Gastroenterologist, and my Primary Care) I do find that if one gets out of whack at all, it easily triggers the other. Asthma can trigger GERD, GERD can trigger asthma,... (2 replies)
... ago I was diagnosed with a sinus infection, ear infections and tonsillitis and put on amoxicillan and after a week I began to cough and become more hoarse and my sore throat would not go away. I went back to the Dr. who diagnosed me with bronchitis and switched my antibiotic to Augmentin. ... (0 replies)
... I am new to all of this. When i asked the pulmonologist about a nebulizer, he said the albuterol will do and he is more confident with the symbicort than with the advair. ... (5 replies)
... up. I ended up on Prednisone also, in addition to my regular Advair, Singulair, Albuterol and allergy meds. Your treatment plan sounds logical to me based upon what you have shared and the experiences I have had. ... (4 replies)
... wheeze as asthma. No one, at the time, paid attention to the fact he had a fever. They put him on Flovent, albuterol and Zyrtec and kept impressing to us how much better he was sounding, regardless of the fact it would make him sound better if he had a simple cold. ... (4 replies)
... fever and a facial and head ache. I assumed I had developed a sudden sinus infection. On Wednesday morning these symptoms persisted and I started with a minor sore throat and some minor coughing. I was heading out of town for vacation and was worried about suffering with a sinus infection while I was gone. ... (15 replies)

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