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... When I feel really excessive mucus and starting to feel sick Sudafed and Advil usually does the trick. ... (1 replies)
Do I Have Asthma?
Nov 18, 2011
... Unfortunately, I am not allowed to take any Sudafed containing products as it will work against the Metoprolol I am currently taking. ... (5 replies)
Do I Have Asthma?
Nov 17, 2011
... It's possible. Usually with asthma there is a feeling of tightness or pressure in the chest. ... (5 replies)

Asthma or not
Mar 5, 2011
... but they said it's expensive and my symptoms point more towards asthma and a post infectious cough. ... (24 replies)
... I'm surprised about Allegra D and Sudafed. They are both decongestants. Either plain Allegra and Sudafed or Allegra D would seem more appropriate. That seems a bit overkill. ... (3 replies)
... Sudafed is for sinus congestion. Mucinex can help with the chest but with asthma you really shouldn't have that much. Once again, a pulmonologist and an allergist is where you need to be. ... (3 replies)
... And I guess the bigger question is will it hurt your asthma condition to break up the congestion? ... (3 replies)
... does anyone know why I would be given essentially what are asthma meds for bronchitis? ... (2 replies)
BP meds or asthma?
Sep 28, 2009
... list at WalMart so I am living with it. I found that taking a generic sudafed each morning helps though. And the doc said it was OK as long as that was all I took. You might ask. ... (3 replies)
... i'm a new member and i'm looking for anyone in a similar situation. my son,who is 5, gets asthma whenever he catches a cold. he usually has 3 or 4 days of really bad coughing, gagging, and throwing up. ... (10 replies)
... Allegra and sudafed help but I still feel like I have acid reflex and a touch of asthma coming on. Which doctor will help best? ... (2 replies)
... Your regular MD can diagnose asthma and run some breathing tests. That is the only doctor I have seen. He prescribed Singulair and Advair, which saved my life!! ... (4 replies)
... You should not use an OTC asthma med unless you have been dx'ed with asthma. ... (4 replies)
... I also suffer from heart palps with my asthma, but I think it's from the medicine. I take sudafed for sinus congestion and I use an Albuteral inhaler for my acute asthma attacks. ... (5 replies)
... See I don't usually get the sinus infection. Only once everything other time I've been checked I don't have one. I've taken prednisone before for back issues and the medicine made it hard for me to conentrate, I couldn't function at work. and I can't eat, everythign tastes gross it really doesn't agree with me. I guess I should ask about alternatives to the cough medicines... (8 replies)
... ly, every winter, with the cold polluted air that usually sets in I usually get a chronic sinus infection. Between the sinus problems and the cold nasty air, my asthma cough returns. ... (8 replies)
... It's not that antihistamine that helps, it's the pseudoephedrine. If I take the regular Claritin with no pseudoephedrine it does not help at all. If I take Sudafed which has only pseudoephedrine and no antihistamine I feel better. ... (3 replies)
Is this Asthma?
Jun 18, 2006
... having to go but I can't stand going through it anymore. Recently for a couple of weeks I had a problem with a congested nose, sneezing and itchy eyes and took Sudafed Sinus Headache medicine for it, which sort of helped but not fully. In the past I've had issues with sinus headaches where it left me with nausea and dizziness. ... (2 replies)
... Hello! Some of you may remember me from years ago... literally! hehe. I was doing badly, then I started getting better and controlled more. Things got so well I reduced the doses of my medicine and finally went off everything! Which might have been a mistake now. Winter started and my skin allergies flared up immediately- to the worst i've seen in about 6 years. I was... (8 replies)
... I gueess cause I am always scared. I was reading and this can be due to infection. She was on atrovent last year and her old goofy asthma doc wouldn't prescribe it again. ... (266 replies)

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