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... The mold could cause respiratory problems in a variety of ways. Especially if you were also in a compromised health condition. That is certainly worth investigating. ... (4 replies)
Feb 23, 2015
... can because it can help aid the medication in getting deeper into the lungs. If I was working that day, I would use it before work, after work, and before bed, with a puffer dose during the day. If I needed the puffer dose twice during work, I would do the morning and bedtime nebulized doses. ... (6 replies)
Advice on Advair
Jan 17, 2015
... ge. I started on 4 puffs of Flvoent a day and am down to 1. It also sounds like you don't have an asthma action plan. There is a sticky at the top of the page with a sample. Perhaps you should chat with your pulmo about that as well as possibly changing your med. ... (4 replies)

... You know I didn't have problems with the inhalers until a few years ago. All I can do after taking albuterol is curl up in a ball next to my husband. I almost think that is the worst part of the whole thing. ... (3 replies)
... I think I had it refilled last year "just in case". It's good to know the effects of the albuterol are 'normal'. But I will definately be calling my doc today to see what else I could get on. Thank you! ... (3 replies)
... You should not use an out of date inhaler. Please see you doctor. And yes, albuterol is an "upper" so it will make you jittery. However, you may now need to be on a daily med for your asthma. ... (3 replies)
... I have what I think is asthma from allergies the past few days. I was diagnosed with exercised induced asthma years ago, but haven't had any episodes for a couple of years. ... (3 replies)
... with either alvesco, pulmicort, or asmanex as a booster. I'm now on dulera 200, spiriva, singulair, maxair, albuterol for nebs, lots of allergy stuff, prednisone at times, etc. I've done 3 ER visits this year so far and had 4 emergency situations last year. ... (8 replies)
... wildfire season is tough, etc.... I've also found out that I have severe "silent" acid reflux with acid irritating my lungs and triggering asthma as well. ... (8 replies)
... I don't think it's a problem with the mechanics of the inhaler, because I've had the same problems with two different ones. I suppose it's possible that I'm not using it quite right if it's significantly different from the older models. ... (15 replies)
... Also, if your asthma is that bad right now, you might ask about getting a nebulizer. It uses a liquid solution of albuterol that works its way further into your lungs. ... (15 replies)
... Try some of the other versions. I've heard that some people have had problems with the Proair one more than the others. Some of them have different things in the propellant that may cause some people to have problems. ... (5 replies)
... t as you. My previous PCP used to monitor me every three months. Now she is gone and none of my new doctors seem to think it is necessary. I had major asthma problems this winter and requested a referral to a Pulmonologist. I made the appointment in early February and still don't have the appointment until May. ... (11 replies)
... For those of you having problems with the new Pro Air HFA albuterol, Armstrong is still making the old fashioned kind until the end of 2008 when the new requirements come into play. ... (3 replies)
... My son just turned 8 last month. After problems with asthma as a baby and younger child, he seemed to turn a corner last year and we really thought he outgrew it. ... (0 replies)
... The only thing that has worked for me is Flovent. With all this heat and no rain going on in the south this summer, I did have to up my usage as I was having problems. ... (7 replies)
Albuterol HFA
Jun 17, 2007
... I've not had any problems with the switch to the HFA product. I know some people on here have. I think it's just try it and see...I feel for those who find it not helpful for their symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... Has any one had any problems with the new HEPA albuterol inhaler? ... (4 replies)
... We found out our dd had asthma when she was 1. She is two now. We have the worst problems with it. Sometimes she has wheezing, but it's more of the coughing and just can't stop. ... (4 replies)
... You do have an albuterol inhaler that you keep with you as a rescue inhaler, right? ... (1 replies)

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