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Albuterol use
Mar 13, 2007
... How has the use of Singulair been going for you? I recently was reading a message board about Singulair and many of the people using it had very bad side affects. (7 replies)
... but it is to be used as a rescue medication. Do you use a reliever medication such as symbicort to help prevent your asthma attacks? ... (52 replies)
... If your child is taking so much albuterol and it's not helping, it is possible that she/he has a genetic variant that makes her/him not responsive to this drug. In the last few years, several studies have shown that individuals with a particular genetic variant actually get better when they stop using their albuterol (or salbutamol). here's a link to the scientific study:... (3 replies)

... how much is too much albuterol (3 replies)
... I have been wondering if I'm using the inhaler too much. I was diagnosed a week and a half ago with bronchitis and seasonal asthma and was told to use the albuterol inhaler every four to six hours, one to two puffs. In the beginning, it wasn't even working. I couldn't breathe and it was awful. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I am having new problems with asthma. I am 48, and had exercise induced, broncial asthma in high school. I learned how to control it by monitoring my breathing, and slowing down for a bit. ... (3 replies)
... Lately, I've been taking my albuterol inhaler 3 puffs per day. Is this too much? ... (1 replies)
... the meter he initially measured at 185 with 225 after the treatments. Before he left the hospital he was 320 and got up to 360 last night. The goal for his age is 413. ... (4 replies)
... you never feel it until you get a cold. That is exactly how I feel. ... (12 replies)
... If you're talking about how much at one time...it can only open your airway so much, so don't keep taking it if it's not working, go to the doctor because you need another treatment. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, it's too much. ... (1 replies)
... I was at my Pulmo today, and I just asked her this question. I also have mild anxiety because my Asthma is new... ... (20 replies)
... arted up quite suddenly last year, so I was officially diagnosed less than a week later. At first, I thought I'd be able to take medication and life would go on much as it had before, but unfortunately I seem to have bad reactions to a lot of the usual asthma meds, which has made it hard for me to get any lasting control. ... (1 replies)
... I've never had any medical problems, always said I was perfectly healthy. I too was diagnosed with migraine 6 moths ago and was diagnosed with mild asthma last week. I haven't had any symptoms since I quit smoking 4 years ago. ... (10 replies)
... th would be a sign of trouble to me. Unless, of course, you are talking about taking it prophylactically before cardio, in which case, frequency would depend on how many times you jog, dance, etc. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I've been struggling with asthma for 5 years, and I continue to get too many colds that lead to bronchitis. So much so, that I've now been labeled as having chronic bronchitis. But it's the constant sinusitis and allergies that bring it all on. ... (3 replies)
... Actually, it can. I took it several times a day(about 5-15 puffs daily,depending on how much I needed it) for about 2 months and I had high blood pressure. It wasn't permanent, but i'm sure it isn't the best thing. Also when taken a lot for a while it can make you nauseaus and dizzy, and give you headaches. But i'm talking a lot..like I said I was taking 5-15 puffs a day... (8 replies)
... this is the first I have heard of one. Maybe they have them here but I have just seen a pulmonologist and my general doctor. I wish I did have one. ... (52 replies)
... Hi. Good question. I have another post about asthma action plans. It gives some general guidelines for when it is time to seek emergency assistance. ... (11 replies)
What is this?
Feb 19, 2005
... I love the names they come up with when they don't have a clue. Are you still fighting an infection Lorrie or is your coughing from asthma? ... (8 replies)




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