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Colds and Asthma
Jan 16, 2013
... You really are on a pretty heavy duty regimine. I can relate with you. I've had a chronic cough that started last September when we had an inversion and the smoky pollution was really bad. ... (8 replies)
... so I'm going to use a nebulizer if I need a rescue inhaler. If none of this works I'll call the allergist and ask for something else. Guess some people have to go through lots of drugs before finding what works. Only was diagnosed a few months ago. ... (6 replies)
... I am 38 yrs old and have asthma for about 15 years. I had very brittle asthma for the first 10 years with many hospitalizations and intubations and little to no control. ... (2 replies)

Apr 5, 2003
... Some people found they couldn't tolerate Pulmicort, so they're on Flovent. Flovent works a little FASTER, but neither one works really "better" than the other. Pulmicort is more classically prescribed for little ones because ... ... (20 replies)
... if his PFT showed narrowing and his symptoms are a cough that won't go away, definetely sounds like asthma to me. ... (11 replies)
... long albuterol treatments and a dose of oral prednisone to return her breathing to normal. We took her to a specialist and found that she has no allergies and her asthma must be triggered by respiratory illnesses. ... (3 replies)
... Xopenex! Awesome med if you have issues with albuterol. Up until December 2005 it was only available for the nebulizer but as of December there is now a Xopenex MDI...its called Xopenex HFA. ... (2 replies)
Jan 15, 2013
... Yes I do have a nebulizer at home that I have has to use. We ended up finding out two of our four kids had influenza A and my husband has walking pneumonia. Everyone is on the mend including me. Me all however have a bad bad cough!!! ... (5 replies)
Jan 9, 2013
... Do you have a nebulizer at home? ... (5 replies)
... Yes, Pulmicort is used as a preventive measure against asthma. As for the moderate to severe, I'd say an episode leaving your daughter hospitalized and needing three hour long albuterol treatments certainly qualifies. ... (3 replies)
... codeine in it, and tell me to use humidifiers blah blah blah. ... (5 replies)
Mar 29, 2003
... You can't get flovent as a nebulized solution, and you can't get serevent as a nebulized solution. ... (20 replies)
... age you could use, pulmicort respules 0. ... (1 replies)
Flu & Asthma?
Jan 2, 2013
... I've been using my nebulizer several times a day for the last few days and I really do think it is helping me get through much easier. ... (15 replies)
... My son is 20 months old and is currently on Pulmicort Respules .5mg daily for maintenance and Albuterol as needed for rescue. He gets his nebulizer treatment every day but he has NO problem taking medication. ... (10 replies)
... bronchitis from our urgent care doctor. Was given antibiotics, prednisone, albuterol inhaler and cough meds at that time. ... (4 replies)
Mar 29, 2003
... We have an Omron CompAir elite and love it...its the smallest compressor nebulizer available. The neb does seem to work better and breaks flares up faster. ... (20 replies)
... eyes turn red and become inflamed, noses run, sinuses swell, and we all knows what happens to an asthmatic's lungs. ... (9 replies)
... Hi- Thanks for your response; my doctor called in Medrol Dose Pak for me but i don't want to talke it unless i have to. My lung function itself is pretty normal when i use a peak flow meter to measure it, but it is just the coughing that is difficult to deal with. Perhaps something with DM in it would be helpful. Again thanks for your suggestions. (7 replies)

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