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... 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)
... I am wondering whether I will be able to stop taking this medicine after several weeks, or should I get used to taking something like this from now on? ... (5 replies)
... almost same as advair for 16 years now. ... (3 replies)

... s very mild and I don't need the added benefits of the brochial dialator. It seems that many docs, esp general docs, start their patients off on a dual med like symbicort or Advair and evventually put them on a single med like FLovent. My doc started me on Flovent but 4 puffs a day. ... (7 replies)
Advair recall?
Apr 16, 2011
... Symbicort and Advair can both cause anxiety, because they contain a medicine called a bronchiodilator. Singulair has no side effects in most people. ... (1 replies)
... Let me just preface this question with the fact that I have a call out to my allergist to discuss this but I am curious if anyone out there has found Advair to work better for them than Symbicort. ... (1 replies)
... Whether you go with the Symbicort or Advair, you need to choose based on your Pulmonologist's advice, you need to stick with one for a bit before trying the other. ... (5 replies)
... I can't tell you about symbicort vs Advair, though because in the States, only Advair is approved...I have no clue why symbicort isn't yet though because both of its components are approved seperately...weird, huh? ... (10 replies)
... We are going threw that right now with a few different RX we have. I am sorry. I am on dulera and I works great for me. I am sorry you are having to deal with this!!! (10 replies)
... Now I find Express Scripts will not pay for my Advair prescription... ... (10 replies)
... I'm not sure this is directly answering your question, but I do have a few thoughts about your posting: -You've been dealing with these asthma problems for a while now. It seems that you are doing better, but your asthma still isn't under control if you are having these symptoms for so long. You should NOT need your Ventolin that frequently. -You've been on Symbicort for... (12 replies)
... I was on Advair 500/50 for six or seven years and then switched to Dulera 200/5. It's been working well for me. I know some others who switched to Symbicort. It didn't work as well for me. (6 replies)
... Flovent is a good inhaled coricosteroid. If anything, maybe J needs to be bumped up to a combo maintenance inhaler like Advair, Symbicort or Dulera. I too have allergy induced asthma and a HEPA filter running at home. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to HealthBoards. I've had turns on Advair, Symbicort and Dulera. ... (1 replies)
... Symbicort and Advair both contain a type of steroid called a "corticosteroid. ... (8 replies)
... I got asthma, started pretty bad. Was put on Advair. GERD flared up horrifically, like I had acid in my mouth 24 hours a day whether I ate anything or not. Made asthma worse. ... (6 replies)
Inhaled steroid ?
Mar 18, 2012
... im also allergic to atrovent and formetorol the steroids i took in high doses are flovent ciclocinide or alvesco what is in symbicort and advair the ones with steroids all made me feel insane i got to take formeterol and atrovent and both were the same lots of mucus and wheezing and with atrovent broncho constriction alvesco also had cardiac effects in severe pain across the... (4 replies)
... I am on Dulera (I was on advair but didn't like the feeling like I had too much caffeine all the time) and I am not noticing any side effects. Is it helping? I was diagnosed with asthma after getting pneumonia (the PFT results indicated asthma) but I don't have any "attacks"or anything. (1 replies)
... w a specialist who, after doing the pulmonary breathing tests, diagnosed me with asthma. I agree with you that it may be aligned with getting closer to menopause or some hormonal shift our bodies go through at this age. ... (6 replies)
My insurance
Apr 26, 2011
... for years for my asthma and it has been working great. My insurance has made a change in meds and I cannot get the singulair unless I have tried either Flovent or Advair with no help or reactions. I have been without my singulair for awhile and while off of it got bronchitis. ... (1 replies)

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