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Hi! New Here
Jul 1, 2014
... r I started getting sick. I worked in a textile factory around hosiery. I handled a lot of hosiery that was in a department with a lot of moisture due to ceiling and pipe leaks, therefore mold was abundant. The area I worked in was also very humid and no air conditioning. ... (2 replies)
... Ventolin, Singulair 10mg, Zyrtec 10mg, Hydrocodone Syrup for cough, Flexeril for muscle cramps from the inhalers, and Imitrex for migraines. ... (52 replies)
... Thanks for the info! I currently take Symbicort 160, Singulair, Zyrtec and Ventolin. I was just confused because my dr. always tells me to try to limit the ventolin use. It just opens me up so well, I wish I could constantly do it. ... (52 replies)

... I was on Zyrtec for many years and switched to Allegra after it stopped working for me. I tried to go back to Zyrtec last year but it made me ridiculously drowsy, I think in combination with the Singulair it has the effect on me. Maybe it's time to try Claritin again. ... (14 replies)
... I did a quick search but didn't see a lot of useful info regarding people who are on both Singulair and Zyrtec for Asthma control. I'd love to hear some feedback from people who are on both, especially how well it works or doesn't and any side effects. ... (4 replies)
... I did get injections when I was a kid, for cats and dust. They were working well, but then they abruptly stopped the cat shots claiming that since I could avoid cats, insurance wouldn't cover them. ... (4 replies)
... Well, Singulair didn't do much for me so I stoppe dit after 2 months. I'm strictly on FLovent for the asthma and zyrtec, when needed, for allergies. Sounds like you have allergy induced asthma. Have you considered injections? ... (4 replies)
... I have acid reflux and asthma. Currently I am not on any inhalers, but I do take Protonix, singulair and zyrtec which all help most of the time. In the beginning I had bad leg cramps from one of the drugs but has since subsided. Hope the best for him! ... (5 replies)
... are similar to the Advair and that I didnt need to take both. I used the Neb for the first time tonight and omg it really opens me up and I feel breathing is much easier. I look forward to trying it in the AM when I wake up I am sure I will feel so much better. ... (3 replies)
... Flonase, Cingulair, Albuterol, and now Zyrtec. I understand that Zyrtec is supposed to make you drowsy and that you should not drive if you take it in the morning. My doctor has told me to take the Zyrtec in the morning and Cingulair at night. ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed with bronchitis back in early September and treated with prednisone and Ventolin. This cough just wouldn't go away, and I kept thinking it was related to ragweed allergies, so I tried to wait it out. ... (6 replies)
... I'm wondering if anyone takes zyrtec along with a short course of prednisone? ... (2 replies)
... I need help. My daughter is on the exact medicine as yours. When is the best times to give the Singulair and Zyrtec? ... (15 replies)
... old son has been on Pulmicort for about a year. We haven't noticed any side effects but the medicine has worked wonders. We have greatly reduced his flare ups and any colds he gets are also much shorter in length. In addition to the Pulmicort which he takes 2x a day, he takes Singulair and Zyrtec. ... (22 replies)
... Today when I went out to the movies with my friends I started wheezing and felt really dizzy. My doctor prescribed me albuterol so I took one dose of it and felt a little better. The movie was a comedy and whenever I laughed I would start wheezing again. ... (2 replies)
... Karen I have the same issues you mentioned, but they are unsure of wether or not I have actual asthma, but I am on a reliever inhaler anyways and singulair and zyrtec and prilosec for my GERD. ... (11 replies)
... At the begining of last august I had an attack of breathlessness, shortness of breath and chest tightness. I was so affraid. For about three months I endured more of the same including having to struggle to get a full breath. ... (12 replies)
New Here & Scared
Jan 15, 2007
... After three months of struggling to breath and having to leave school I finally went to the doctor where he put me on singulair and zyrtec for my asthma and still don't feel relief. I can relate to how you are feeling with your asthma cause allergies trigger mine too and I cant get away from them. ... (2 replies)
... as an adult i have found that the combination of singulair and zyrtec has been the best for me for 5 years. i believe a child has to be 2 to take singulair and am not sure about zyrtec. the children's singulair is chewable so maybe a possibility in a few months. ... (10 replies)
... your son is better off. Less medicine will get into his bloodstream. Inhalers deliver the medicine to the lungs. As far as young children, my son has been on Singulair and Zyrtec. He is 5, but his asthma is allergy driven. Good luck. ... (10 replies)




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