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Jan 17, 2009
... All rescue inhalers, which xoponex and albuterol are, will do that in the beginning. It will subside the longer you are on it and the less you use it. ... (1 replies)
Jan 17, 2009
... I am using xoponex and it makes my heart really flip flop and accelerate. My doctor said it has a stimulant in it which I already figured out. ... (1 replies)
CFC Inhalers
Aug 7, 2015
... ASk about Xoponex. (14 replies)

... No I see an Allergist/Immunologist. I have never actually asked him but I have told him several times I can't tell when I really need to use my rescue. I guess I will just ask him next time. Can you just buy one? I am already on Singulair. I take Singulair, Allegra, Dulera and Xoponex(?). The Dulera is new for me, just started on it 3 weeks ago but honestly haven't seen... (11 replies)
1 puff vs 2 puffs
May 18, 2012
... and it's fine, but I'm a mild case I think .Just Diagnoised. Not sure weather the spacers do any good I've heard they do. My Dr. says no need. And I think the Xoponex is better for me cause the Abuterol drops my blood pressure. ... (9 replies)
... I was in the hospital about 3 weeks ago on 80 mg a day of prednisone but when I was discharged my pulmonary Dr. told me to take 40 mg for 4 days, 30 mg for 4 days, then I was on 20 mg and not getting better so he told me to stay on the 20 mg for 10 days and just reduced it to 10 mg for another week. After I got home from the hospital I was taking prednisone, singulair, advair... (17 replies)
... I am new to posting here, but I have been reading posts now for over a year on asthma and allergies because my 4 year old (at the time) was diagnosed with both those things. The steroids he was on (pulmicort and xoponex) in his nebulizer were making him nuts. When I spoke with his allergist about using another remedy he told me that was it basically. I could have him "crazy"... (6 replies)
Another bad attack
Jun 13, 2010
... vent, and some xoponex for my nebulizer. ... (5 replies)
... Can you drop the Xoponex or Ventolin and just use one for both situations? ... (10 replies)
... a while as your body adjusts to it. I have to do 2 puffs of albuterol before I jog and now, after many years of asthma, it no longer bothers me. You could try Xoponex and see if the symptoms are better and it works as well for you. Otherwise, that's about it. ... (3 replies)
... s and elevating the head of my bed 6 inches. Then after TWO YEARS of having terrible asthma, it went away! Back to only having it after exercise and only needing xoponex as needed. ... (2 replies)
... I am sorry for your troubles. However, you are taking that quote out of context. What they mean is on it because the asthma is out of control....not on it for a short time to get over a bad flare up. As young as your child is it may take some time to get the meds regulated because your son cannot articulate what he is feeling. Any asthmatic who is having to use a rescue... (3 replies)
... Xoponex, some people like the Xoponex better....and some people experience fewer side effects on Albuterol after usingvit for a while. I use Albuterol and no longer notice any side effects. ... (2 replies)
... ve asthma, you should be on a daily preventer, which Flovent is. Other than the pill Singulair, all asthma preventers are inhaled corticosteroids. Albuterol or Xoponex would be a rescue inhaler for when you have an attack. ... (14 replies)
Low Peak Flows
Apr 19, 2008
... At the end of January, I pushed myself way too far, and basicaly have been paying the price sence. I've gone from taking xoponex once or twice a week to probobly six times a daya t this point. ... (4 replies)
... She said he had decreased breath sounds and gave him his Xoponex inhaler. ... (0 replies)
... In all your writing there is no mention of a bronchial dialator. Does she not use a rescue inhaler (albuterol) or a nebulizer (xoponex)? (7 replies)
... Xoponex is available for both nebulizer and as a metered dose inhaler. I use it instead of albuterol, which is cheaper, but makes me shake and causes insomnia. I don't get the shakes or feel restless when I use Xoponex. (7 replies)
... I have problems with fast heart they are working on one that does not cause any side effects like this .however i guess it is mainly i cant have any that causes heart rate or nerousness. (7 replies)
... scue inhaler, after a while the shakes will go away with albuterol as your body gets used to it. And the new albuterol HFA inhalers seem to cause it even less. Xoponex is an option but it's available only in nebulizer form so you would have to carry it with you all the time in case you had an attack. ... (7 replies)

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