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... to 80 mg for 5 days is my normal for achest infection..with no tapering if it's 50 mg........... ... (2 replies)
Chest infection?
Jul 21, 2004
... hm.. doesn't sound like an infection to me actually. ... (18 replies)
... Mg is a little higher than normal starting dosage for a prednisone taper but it's not crazy high, and it's pretty common to start on a high dose for a few days when you've got an infection because the inflammation is much more pronounced. ... (2 replies)

... I'll go back in another week for a further check up. ... (2 replies)
Chest infection?
Sep 3, 2004
... Oh try gargling with salt water. Tastes real horrible but it does ease the throat for a few minutes. ... (18 replies)
Chest infection?
Aug 5, 2004
... I haven't experienced any palpatations or an increase in heart rate, but thank you looking out for me. I keep feeling faint now and again, though. ... (18 replies)
Chest infection?
Aug 5, 2004
... Good idea. If you haven't already, stop the Do-Do's ChestEze. (18 replies)
Chest infection?
Aug 4, 2004
... Ok, thanks for telling me that. ... (18 replies)
... Are you taking Prednisone now and for how long. ... (11 replies)
... Hi I have the exact same prob I do not smoke, but I do have asthma all my life. My doc has put it down to this and increased my medication from Inhalers to nebolisers every six hours. I have also been put on steroids but to no avail. ... (3 replies)
Flu & Asthma?
Jan 2, 2013
... called formoterol fumarate. I switched to that a few months ago from Advair 500. I'm already on Singulair. Monthly, I also receive Xolair injections for allergic asthma. ... (15 replies)
Flu & Asthma?
Jan 2, 2013
... cked that your doctor doesn't have you on any steroid inhaler....that's what deals with the inflammation of asthma and especially to help keep it down during any chest infection or virus. ... (15 replies)
... chest infection. Current medication just doesn't seem to make any difference, and I'm sure my GP thinks it should. ... (17 replies)
... BOUT 14YO I USED TO GO SWIMMING AND THERE WAS A STRONG SMELL OF CHLORINE IN THE POOL.MANY TIMES I CAME OUT WITH SORE EYES BUT WORSE OF ALL I HAD A VERY BAD COUGH FOR AN HOUR OR SO. ... (1 replies)
... Did you take any medication prior to the first time it felt like your throat was closing up? ... (6 replies)
... cs with little relief. My Family dr. sent me to a lung specialist a couple weks ago, and he does not think it is my lungs and thought I should see a cardiologist for a possible heart cath. I saw the cardiologist scheduled me for a stress test using medication rather than the treadmill because of my shortness of breath. ... (4 replies)
... She is constantly sick with a chest cold, it never seems to completely clear up. ... (8 replies)
... I've had asthma for 6 years. ... (3 replies)
... Since the holiday in 1999 i have been on Flixotide and Serevent inhalers, Uniphylin tablets along with Syntaris Nasal spray and Fexfandine Tablets for Hayfever. I have also tried singulair bu this didn't seem to have any effect on me. ... (9 replies)
... This is my first post. I am a 48 year old female who got a cold in January and just never seemed to beat it. 6 weeks ago I had an ear infection and sinuses were still running. I was given antibiotics and the ear cleared up but while I was on meds I got a cough and OMG it is something. ... (1 replies)


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