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How long..
Oct 29, 2004
... so I guess that could be the same for your Advair. ... (3 replies)
... Jane gave you some very good advice. ... (4 replies)
... I did not realize that my Flovent expired eight months ago. I had been using the expired Flovent for well over a month. So..... I went out and got a new, unexpired one. ... (4 replies)

... The Protonix is for GERD. I have no symptoms of GERD, but my doc explained that you can have "vapor acid reflux" and not know it. ... (10 replies)
... You are advised to use SERETIDE EVOHALER 25/250 mcg two puffs twice daily regularly even if you are asymptomatic. (8 replies)
... I have mild asthma that isn't strong enough to warrant daily treatment. In short, I'm the perfect candidate for an inhaler, because I can use it only as needed. ... (8 replies)
Testing for Asthma
Jan 16, 2008
... sounds like gerd and maybe post nasal drip/allergies (4 replies)
... I had allergy shots for 5 years when I was a kid. I was allergic to everything but the kitchen sink it seemed. ... (4 replies)
... I am on azmacort and xoponex for adult onset asthma as of a yr now. ... (4 replies)
... and it went up to 310 after a nebulizer. She sent me off on our spring break with Sudafed and an albuterol inhaler. I figured I was fighting another URI. ... (4 replies)
... Your post just confirms to me what a strange disorder asthma is!! I really can't tell you for sure if you have asthma just as the I can't tell if I do ... Here is my story. ... (12 replies)
Xolair
Dec 11, 2013
... I was on a very similar regimen for many years. ... (5 replies)
... This is a bit of a long posting. ... (12 replies)
... I would go see an asthma dr. I don't wheeze at all with my asthma!!!! It is something that you should know that way you can make sure you are on the right treatment. ... (2 replies)
... Since breathing is not optional if you want to live, you need to get your asthma under control. Your ventolin is a rescue inhaler, it is used to open your airways so that you can get air into your lungs. Take this as soon as you think your airway is becoming restricted. ... (2 replies)
... If it is asthma, you should be on a daily med and have a rescue inhaler for when you have an attack. ... (5 replies)
... this is a long response. ... (7 replies)
... I developed asthma as an adult about 9 years ago, but your story is really similar to what I experience. I usually have something trigger a flare. ... (6 replies)
... You are right about the moving. I developed allergies as an adult after I moved to Utah 15 years ago. ... (43 replies)
... If you are doing something that will be very short term, like going to the mailbox and back, you should not need to use your rescue inhaler as when you get back to the house, it will most like go away in a few minutes. ... (11 replies)




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