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... I have asked my doc the same question. She repeatedly tells me to use it as often as I need to but to come in to see her anytime I don't feel the asthma is under control. She has been very emphatic about this. ... (4 replies)
... How often is "normal" to use a nebulizer? ... (1 replies)
... Please read up on Asthma. If you are using the albuterol more than 2 times a week your asthma is not under control. You may need to change doctors if you are not satisfied with that answer. ... (4 replies)

... I have been wondering if I'm using the inhaler too much. I was diagnosed a week and a half ago with bronchitis and seasonal asthma and was told to use the albuterol inhaler every four to six hours, one to two puffs. In the beginning, it wasn't even working. I couldn't breathe and it was awful. ... (4 replies)
Jul 20, 2011
... How often should an albuterol inhaler generally be used per day? ... (2 replies)
Oct 15, 2008
... how often can you take albuterol (2 replies)
... How often are you using your nebulizer and inhaler? ... (5 replies)
... My asthma is pretty much mild or moderate year around but if i get a cold it jumps straight to severe. Like you i have to take my rescue inhalers and albuterol treatments often and I am usually wheezing and tight for the whole duration of the cold. ... (4 replies)
... I would start keeping a log of how often you are taking your rescue medication, how often you are requiring steroids, and how often you are missing your scheduled doses of controller medications. ... (2 replies)
... The discomfort is probably a combination of the asthma and the pneumonia. Seeing that pneumonia is a pulminary infection, taking the albuterol isn't going to hurt. ... (8 replies)
... h seasonal allergies. This morning when I woke up, I didn't have any wheezing, but I felt tight and almost like my lungs were really heavy. I don't really know how else to describe it, except that it felt like there was a weight on my chest. It disappeared after taking my meds. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, albuterol is an "upper" and most people experience increased heart rate and shaking hands when using. For asthmatics who use it a lot, this goes away over time. ... (4 replies)
... Since his symptoms are allergy related, I hope the Singulair works well for him. I'm curious about how often he has been prescribed to use the albuterol? ... (7 replies)
... I know when I give albuterol treatments to kids at the hospital they don't necessarily stop wheezing but they sure look a lot more relaxed and happier. ... (11 replies)
... Hi everyone, Great to find lots of useful info in here. But still, I have a few questions and would like to hear some advices. Backgrounds: 30 year-old female; Known drug/antibiotics allergy in childhood (face swollen and hives whole body); Moved into a new house 1-2 years ago. Myself have/family history of chronic rhinitis. Consulted w ENT and tested for allergen... (7 replies)
... Hi, you might want to try taking only one "puff" instead of two and see how that works. The good thing about albuterol is that it does wear off after about four hours or so. I get the same feeling after I've taken it. ... (4 replies)
... Eventually we saw a specialist and they prescribed an asthma drug to inhale everyday, I forget how often each day and we started turning a corner and using less of her rescue inhaler or albuterol by her breathing machine. ... (12 replies)
... I saw the Asthma nurse today and I asked the same question. She told me if I'm on 2 puffs twice a day and take my inhalers 4 times a day for over 2 days then I should see my Doctor. So basically if your taking it 4 times a day or more, then see your Doctor. It may take another week though for your Bronchitis to completely clear away and for the inflammation in your Lungs... (4 replies)
... I concur, Jovach. You need to get it under control. It may take tryign different meds and combinations until you find what works. And yo may find that at certain times, you need to adjust your dosages. Everyone is different and you just have to work to find the right combination. Good luck! (4 replies)
... The reason an inhaler often fails is due to the way it is used. Do you use the chamber that comes with it? ... (6 replies)

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