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Acid Reflux
Aug 3, 2006
... Asthma can be triggered by allergies. Oddly enough, I have acid reflux, I have severe asthma and I can't help you because I am on too much morphine for my back pain. ... (17 replies)
Acid Reflux
Aug 7, 2006
... hey seem to trigger symptoms of the other. Also, I have allergies and every time I get a sinus infection, it triggers the asthma symptoms, which in turn trigger reflux symptoms. ... (17 replies)
Acid Reflux
Jul 30, 2006
... didnt have any breathing issues until my reflux started. one of my main symptoms of it is shortness of breath and breathing probs..i found that albuterol helps a bit. is it a normal side effect to get shakey from it? ... (17 replies)

... exercise induced asthma and acid reflux as well as too much thrush in my throat which causes my larynx to collapse before I get a full breath. ... (4 replies)
... Dude, I've been dealing with this for three years. I've fired 3 doctors in the time span. I eventually switched to a different allergist in the same practice and I've had a much better experience. I'm the same way with PFTs. I used to do 130% of expected and now i'm in the 90 to 110 range. Most doctors see that as still being awesome, yet that's most frustrating for us. ... (15 replies)
... be having asthma attacks. So, since my breathing is so good other than these asthma attacks, she suggested that I increase my advair, and see if that helps the albuterol work better. Nevermind that I've doubled my advair and it hasn't helped one bit. But maybe doubling it again will be magic. ... (15 replies)
... At first, we didn't suspect reflux at all. In fact, it wasn't until I got up one morning and couldn't talk from so much acid refluxing during the night. I had had that happen before and recalled it was from my reflux about 6 years ago. ... (9 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)
... sneezing stuff, they consider that upper respitory allergies. So, he doesn't get why the albuterol isn't working as it should....but he's trying this for a few days. He wants to see if maybe some of it could be acid reflux related. ... (6 replies)
Acid Reflux
Aug 3, 2006
... i do everything there is to do for reflux. i'm on 2 40mg nexium a day, 150zantac, and im extremely careful and follow the reflux rules strictly..the burning throat is a bit better, but the breathing probs are still there.. EXTREMELY short of breath, and feels heavy all the time. ... (17 replies)
... I have asthma, but I also have acid reflux. I went to three doctors about the strangling feeling in my throat and asked my regular doctor about trouble with my inhalers. ... (9 replies)
... or shortly thereafter. So it could be regular asthma which would need a daily med rather than just the albuterol. Or it could also be acid reflux which is noted for mimicing asthma. Did you see a pulmonologist or a GP? ... (3 replies)
Acid Reflux
Aug 2, 2006
... idk if reflux is the prob or not, but didnt really start getting probs before i had reflux. also, i used to kinda suck my gut in alot, a bad habit, for a long time. ... (17 replies)
Acid Reflux
Aug 18, 2006
... could the acid be doing something with my larynx? ... (17 replies)
... HELP! I am very worried about my husband. He was diagnosed with Ashthma & Acid relux about a year ago. Currently he is taking: Omerprazole, Singular, Clarinex, Flonase, Advair and Albuterol, and has been getting allergy shots. For several months, off and on he will get the dry heaves- especially in the morning. 1. Does anyone have an idea of what is going on? 2. Do... (2 replies)
... The main causes of dry coughs are asthma, acid reflux, allergies, post nasal drip. ... (4 replies)
... ABSOLUTELY! That would be a good test. Have you tried a puff of the albuterol for this? ... (2 replies)
... I saw a GP, and she only did oxygen level test. I kept poking around the internet and found a lot of information on "air hunger" which is exactly what I am experiencing. I am suspecting that this is not asthma but rather stress induced -- perhaps because I was laid off a month and a half ago and I am getting increasingly nervous about finding a job before my savings run... (3 replies)
... I know lots of people who had to quit it. Esp African Americans have problems with it. I'd see if you can go back on the Flovent for a daily med. Just use the albuterol if you have an attack or premedicate before cardio with it. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not so sure that it's the Pulmicort that's making her lose her appetite, but it may be related to the albuterol usage. ... (10 replies)

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