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... and put me on Azmacort instead and told me to continue using my Albuterol as needed. I miss the Serevent because it lasted longer than the Albuterol but the downside of taking it was I didn't take my steroid inhaler as often as I should. ... (0 replies)
... Albuterol is not a steroid and is a very short-acting medication. The effects of albuterol wear off after 4-6 hours so it is very unlikely that it has any effect that lasts "a few" days. (6 replies)
Albuterol Sulfate
Oct 21, 2008
... No, it's not a steroid. It's similar to albuterol and the two are commonly taken together (Combivent is the brand name for a type of inhaler that contains both Albuterol and Ipratropium bromide). The two taken together should be safe. (7 replies)

... I mean Albuterol is Albuterol right? ... (7 replies)
... You cannot mix Albuterol and Pulmicort. ... (4 replies)
... As cupcake said, Advair is to get rid of the inflammation. There have actually been studies done that say using simply albuterol as needed without a steroid inhaler, will put you at more of a risk for airway remodeling and more severe asthma attacks. ... (11 replies)
... ck. A daily preventer is something to keep the chances of an attack to a minimum. So in a perfect world, your daily med would keep you from needing to use the albuterol rescue inhaler. My asthma is very well controlled with FLovent, a steroid only inhaler. ... (16 replies)
... mbycort and Albuterol. Things have been much better however I did not get a breathing treatment with nebulizer until another week had passed. NOW when I take the albuterol it seems it makes my cough WORSE! I can breathe in, but when I breathe out my lungs seem to "spasm" and I cough and cough and finally get something up. ... (4 replies)
... ent which is basically a long acting albuterol and flovent which is a steroid to help with the inflimation, so if you were to stop taking the advair and just use albuterol as needed your lungs would become very inflamed rather quickly and you'd be using the albuterol a lot more. ... (11 replies)
... Advair is a dual med with a steroid and a bronchial dialator like albuterol. It's one of the daily meds we've talked about. ... (16 replies)
... I have exactly the same conditions that you have. I am an on a daily steroid twice a day. I also take a nasal steroid spray for post nasal drip along with Pseudophed and generic claritin for my allergies. ... (4 replies)
... r heart rate and make you feel jittery after use. There are absolutely other choices out there that you may take in accordance with the albuterol. You may need a steroid one for daily use in addition to the rescue one. But, absolutely speak with the doc about your concerns and I am certain they can perscibe something else. ... (16 replies)
... This is when she has a flare and is on albuterol every 4 hours for days. ... (6 replies)
... I was recently prescribed an Albuterol Sulfate inhaler and was wondering if it is normal to feel shaky, fast heart beat, weak and nervous after taking it? ... (3 replies)
... At four canisters of Albuterol a month, there is no way humanly possible you are not exceeding the recommended daily dosage. ... (6 replies)
... The OP asked about steroid inhalers and albuterol is not a steroid. ... (6 replies)
... albuterol is the usual one. This is for when he has an attack. The steroid one is for daily use as a preventine. Hope this helps. ... (1 replies)
... Sounds like you are highly allergic to steroid types of medications. There are other medications that you can use besides albuterol to control your asthma that are not steroids. There is Singulair, Accolate and Serevent. ... (7 replies)
... The steroid inhaler is for set use...in others, a certain number of puffs a day. ... (4 replies)
... Stupid albuterol. It gives me these migraines which kick in about a day after I use it. It took me forever to figuire this out. I was on xopenex for a while, which is similar, but still I get the migraine from it, just not as bad. I talked to a physician assistant at my health clinic, and he said basically well that's tough luck but there are no other options, beta... (7 replies)


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