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... long albuterol treatments and oral prednisone. A specialist has recommended we give her Pulmicort once a day throughout the winter. Beyond the common side effects of dry mouth and thrush, I am hearing rumors that Pulmicort can cause strange behavioral side effects in children. ... (22 replies)
... Our 19 month old son has been on pulmicort for about 6 months. We give it to him twice a day with no side effects. The 2 asthma attacks he had previous to this landed us in the emergency room for breathing treatments of albuterol every 3 hours. ... (22 replies)
... ave our child on a routine where he watches a special video and takes his "fishy" medicine through the nebulizer. We do Pulmicort daily, and if ever needed, the albuterol through the nebulizer. ... (22 replies)

... d her exposure as much as possible to the mites and put her on pulmicort at the same time. She has been on the nebulizer and now the flexhaler with no noticeable side effects whatsoever. She also has not had an asthma flare in months, and they used to occur weekly. ... (22 replies)
... ry. The same thing happened with my two year old. He was finally put on Pulmicort which has helped TREMENDOUSLY. His most recent cold I did not have to use any albuterol or prednisone, thank God!! The only thing is that at first they had him on the 50mg. of Pulmicort once a day and he was a maniac... ... (22 replies)
... My son is two also and was diagnosed with asthma about two months ago, although his first attack was back in june. ... (22 replies)
... seasonal cough. The pediatritian prescribed the nebulizer twice daily with the Albuterol and Pulmicort combination but I don't recall her giving us a time frame with it. ... (22 replies)
... Our specialist implied that because my daughter is two, a nebulizer is the only effective way to administer the Albuterol or the Pulmicort. We have an inhaler with a spacer for emergencies on the go, but we have never tried it. ... (22 replies)
... t giving it to her! She has gotten so good at using the nebulizer, though. I wonder if her two attacks last fall were so serious because we couldn't give her the albuterol effectively at home. She screamed and thrashed and barely got any into her lungs! I never thought I'd be such an indecisive parent! ... (22 replies)
... rt, and singulair right now. I'll be giving her first Singulair does tonight and I hope she takes it well. Seems like I hear people talking a lot about its bad side effects. ... (15 replies)

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