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... If he has them, does he take medication or shots for the allergies? ... (3 replies)
... It's common for asthma symptoms to get worse with a cold. You may have to increase your other medications (like Flovent or Advair) when you are sick. (5 replies)
... Thanks for the advice. I just hate trying new meds. I keep thinking "your asthma seems controlled so just leave well enough alone"...but then I make a phone call and someone asks me if I'm sick or if I'm ok (bec it sounds like I'm crying). arggh. :mad: It just sucks my confidence away from me when I open my mouth and a squeak comes out. Anyway, I'll update when I... (22 replies)

... If that doesn't help, you might do better on an oral med like Singulair. Or a low dose steroid and Singular, or something else. ... (22 replies)
... it is typically a short burst of Prednisone that helps me get things under control quickly. Depending on the severity, it is usually 5 days of a moderate dose or 15 days of a tapered dose. That in combination with the Albuterol works best for me. ... (3 replies)
... up in my asthma symptoms. I haven't had an episode or attack in years...haven't even needed to use my rescue inhaler in years either...so my asthma is well controlled by the meds I'm taking now... ... (6 replies)
... u out a bit with the reflux. By "silent" reflux, I mean that my asthma flare is my only symptom. I don't have any of the "typical" reflux symptoms of heartburn or other pain. I just have uncontrolled asthma. PPI's twice a day did help for years. They eventually stopped working, but did help for a long time. ... (2 replies)
Low Peak Flows
Apr 19, 2008
... You need to go see your doctor. I don't know if you are on a daily maintenance medication now such as Advair or Symbicort, but you may need to start on that or have your dose increased. If your plan was established that long ago, it sounds like it needs updating! ... (4 replies)
... stop cough which then developed into bronchitis and was sick for weeks. I know it was the Singulair because from the first it simply didn't agree with me. ... (3 replies)
... Is it possible to take something like singulair or Accolate along with Serevent to get similar benifits such as from Advair? ... (5 replies)
... would you rather take your albuterol several times a day, or Advair twice a day and albuterol once in a while? ... (10 replies)
... Are you actually needing your ventolin 4 times a day? It's just that using ventolin more than a few times a WEEK is one of the signs that your asthma is poorly controlled. I'm hoping that you aren't waking at night and that your peak flows are behaving themselves?????? If you don't need the ventolin, then you don't have a problem, but you still may be better off on something... (40 replies)
... would you rather feel good and have to take medication twice a day, or would you rather feel horrible and be taking your reliever medication much more than once or twice a day? ... (5 replies)
... ur body has and is helpful to those with allergies and allergic asthma. Sorry if I came off as judgmental. All three are maintenance medications. I've been on singulair for seven years or so and have noticed no side effects. If you're not liking advair there are other combo or steroid only options. ... (6 replies)
... act as a guinea pig and try 5 different options until one works for you or do your own research and go with your "gut feeling ? ... (6 replies)
... im trying to do the same thing. I switched from advair to qvar and it is much better but I would like to get off that too. pharm dr. suggested singulair but research shows the side effects are worse than qvar. ... (6 replies)
... l, and I haven't needed my ventolin in months except once... I had my pulmonologists appointment last week and he said my lungs looked great and I could be in an Advair commercial lol. ... (0 replies)
... In my case, I was on Advair 500 for years, then got my asthma under control and was able to wean off for about 8 months. Last September, I had to go back on the Advair 500 when I had a flare. I was switched to Dulera a couple months ago. There was no wait time. I just took the Dulera at the next scheduled time. ... (1 replies)
... I took Singulair for years. By itself, it wasn't really helpful, but added to my existing asthma meds, it was very helpful. ... (8 replies)
... I take singular, and it helped my asthma a lot when added to my existing meds. It really didn't feel like it did much for my allergies though. I was having a lot of problems with my asthma, was taking just advair, and I couldn't say 2 words without stopping to cough. My dr wanted to give me pred, but I really didn't want to take it, so he let me try singular instead. I took... (8 replies)




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