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... The insert in the albuterol for my nebulizer stated that it was steriodal. ... (9 replies)
... Wrin, thanks for the info. I was switched from Advair to Pulmicort and have been tolerating it better than Advair, so far. I did already have Albuterol on hand in case. ... (41 replies)
Asthma or not
Mar 5, 2011
... term. I was on Symbicort before, and that did nothing, and I already mentioned the Albuterol hasn't helped either. ... (24 replies)

... nosed with asthma when I was 12, but it only came on as a cough in the winter, when I was exercising or when I was around cigarette smoke. My doctors gave me an Albuterol inhaler, but that was it and never followed up on it because they told me it was mild asthma. ... (5 replies)
Is this normal?
Mar 22, 2009
... s later and I'm still very sore, the SOB comes and goes. My sides and back are still sore as well and I still feel very weak and achy. I took my nebulizer with Albuterol and Pulmicort about 2 hours ago. Felt a little better and was up around the house. Now the chest tightness, lower abdomen aches and body weakness are all back. ... (4 replies)
... *Dont overuse (several times in a day) short acting bronchodialators (albuterol) This can worsen asthma and lead to increased symptoms of airway constriction (locked lungs). This is not normal and Means asthma is not controlled. Must go back to doctor for better treatment. Over time without proper treatment the constant inflammation can change your lungs (airway... (1 replies)
... diagnosed around age of 18 months after repeated viral infections and resp ditress. her problems started about 9 months and she is now three. She was prescribed albuterol neb every 4 hours around the clock until she got better, also was on a short period steroid, pulmicort, and singular. ... (7 replies)
... The grunting noise at the end of her coughing fits means she's having trouble breathing. When you hear that grunting, prepare the albuterol. The albuterol should help, but yes, it will make her more "rattly" because it opens up the airways, thins out the mucus a little, and allows her to cough more effectively. ... (10 replies)
... Unfortunately, I don't know what package insert you're reading, but albuterol doesn't contain steroid. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, I started having allergies around 2009. By 2011 i began with slight flare ups once or twice a summer where I would take zyrtec and flonase and occasionally albuterol and would be fine in a week. Starting June of this year I have had inflammed longs all summer, occasional shortness of breath. ... (1 replies)
... on Advair 500 for a while. I also added back the Singulair. Then I switched from Advair to Dulera in November. I started using my nebulizer regularly for the Albuterol instead of just the puffer. The nebulizer gets the meds down into the lungs a bit better. I then added Pulmicort as well. ... (6 replies)
Flu & Asthma?
Jan 2, 2013
... Thanks Quincy, I was already on Dulera 200 which is a pretty strong daily preventative. Dulera contains an inhaled corticosteroid called mometasone furoate and a long acting beta2-agonist medicine (LABA) called formoterol fumarate. I switched to that a few months ago from Advair 500. I'm already on Singulair. Monthly, I also receive Xolair injections for allergic asthma.... (15 replies)
Flu & Asthma?
Jan 2, 2013
... My empathies! I've had that as well, and it was difficult with having asthma. Even those who don't have asthma complain of shortness of breath. I'm shocked that your doctor doesn't have you on any steroid inhaler....that's what deals with the inflammation of asthma and especially to help keep it down during any chest infection or virus. Using the reliever medication... (15 replies)
ER Visit
Dec 24, 2012
... avamys nasal spray, reactine 10 mg a day. I was taking pulmicort but was told to stop it to see if the singulair would work. ... (6 replies)
... nally diagnosed that it took me multiple med tweaks, allergy shots and a year and a half until I got it under control. I started with prednisone, plus high dose pulmicort and albuterol every 4 hours until it settled down. This helped, but I still had way too frequent flares. ... (27 replies)
... What type of doctor ordered the CT Scan? Did that doctor not prescribe anything to help you treat the chronic sinusitis? Most patients who have chronic sinusitis are given a treatment regimen that includes a steroid nasal inhaler (Rhinocort AQ, Flonase, etc.) to help reduce the inflammation in their sinuses, antihistamines like Loratadine (Claritin) or Cetirizine (Zyrtec)... (3 replies)
... but it doesn't seem to help unless I get them through an IV, maybe because I'm getting a higher dose...I've tried Foridil, Advair, symbicort, asthmanex, pulmicort inhaler, and pulmicort for my nebulizer, and a couple others but nothing works! Albuterol nebulizer treatments help but I'm taking them every 4 hours. ... (6 replies)
... now.The Pulmicort has started breaking out after 3 days. ... (8 replies)
Dec 4, 2009
... Her Asthma specialist started us out using pulmicort twice a day with albuterol as needed. Since she keeps getting pneumonia which causes asthma flare ups, he has changed her meds again. ... (0 replies)
... Reactive Airway Disease and was on Pulmicort all last winter. We took him off in the spring and now gets Flovert when sick and Albuterol if needed. I've had 2 dr's try to get me to give him Singulair, but he has very few episodes, so I don't think a daily medication is needed. ... (6 replies)

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