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... Keep your rescue inhaler close at hand and don't be afraid to use it in the next week or so... it takes time for your lungs to recover from a bad attack and you don't want to end up back in the ER because you didn't take enough meds at home. ... (40 replies)
Emergency Help
Feb 11, 2005
... Regionals 18, If you are having breathing problems, always- always- always notify your parents first. Dont' worry about waking them up for this reason. The consequences of a bad asthma attack are not good- and your parents are there to help take care of you. My child was in and out of the ER as a young child- and let me tell you, I wanted to know at the first sign if he... (33 replies)
Asthma attack?
Jun 1, 2004
... First thing I notice when I'm about to have an attack is my chest starts to get tight. ... (10 replies)

... I woke up with a pretty bad asthma attack last night and I nearly went in to the ER but I didn't want to spend the money, so I just used my inhaler and hoped for the best... ... (8 replies)
... after a trip to the ER last week for a bad asthma attack. I've been reading the boards here and it seems like a lot of doctors gradually taper the dosage. My doctor just gave me a straight dose for 5 days. ... (4 replies)
... probably be a serious allergen for you. For some reason people often crave the foods they are allergic to. You may get an extreme reaction to the food, such as a bad asthma attack with milk. But at least you will know. ... (6 replies)
... I need to know why my post has been reported as Bad post. Please let me know the reasons. ... (23 replies)
... Most people have no problems with the Advair. There are some who do have side effects though. Yours seems like one of the more common ones for people who have responded on this board. For me it has been a lifesaver. I've been on it for years now with no problems. I started on 100/50, eventually went to 250/50 then things got worse and I went to 500/50. I stayed there for... (23 replies)
Is this normal?
Mar 31, 2009
... the z-pack, is not a preventative medication, it is an antibiotic that is used to kill bacteria, that's why it's prescribed for an infection. it can't work if there is no bacteria to kill, it is not used as a prevention medecine. it's wrong to use antibiotics for nothing. what would your doctor prescribe if you really had an infection? if you have a bad asthma attack, that... (4 replies)
... ately, I also suffer from an anxiety disorder so when I get the SOB I usually get anxious about it and that just makes the SOB worse. I had a full blown, really bad panic attack yesterday while driving home from work. I am trying to stay hopeful that the singulair and advair will kick in soon and I'll get some relief. ... (3 replies)
... You're not getting enough oxygen. You need to go to the ER. Eventually you'll pass out. I know because I've done it a few times. Are you seeing a specialist? (5 replies)
... Several things here...why the Zyrtex D rather than plain Zyrtec? You didn't mention any sinus congestion. Why do you think the Singulair has anything to do with the dust allergy? Are you taking albuterol every 4 hours every day? Or as needed? You mention wheezing after exertion...do you mean cardio activity? If so, do you use albuterol before? And are you... (5 replies)
... I have bruised my rib cage several times when having a bad asthma attack, so yes your chest could be sore from that. ... (4 replies)
... Are you on a daily med - Flovent, Advair, etc? If not, that's most likely your problem. They are preventive measures while the rescue inhaler is just for an attack. The pollens being the way they are this spring, lots of folks are having trounle. I'd head to your pulomonologist and get evaluated. (3 replies)
... I forgot to say, about the recovery time, I know it's over when I hack up a lot of mucous. I think that means my airways have finally relaxed and stopped making any extra mucous. Usually that's a good sign for me- unless I KEEP coughing up mucous- which means infection- bad sign. It can take a few hours, few days or a few weeks for that to happen. Usually for me a few... (10 replies)
... a low dosage of Advair, but it caused both my ankles to swell, almost within 24 hours of the first dosage. Walking was starting to hurt. I stopped it, but had a bad asthma attack some weeks later. Dr. ... (21 replies)
Quick question
Mar 9, 2005
... hi ive just got back from the hospital after bad asthma attack. ... (13 replies)
... I take my two puffs of symbicort twice a day and I haven't had a really bad asthma attack since my bout of bronchitis on the order of January sometime. ... (11 replies)
... dafed for anything anymore. I used to take it as a 'quick fix' for my eczema instead of using the cream. But I found that each time I took Sudafed I got a pretty bad asthma attack within minutes. The same thing happens with guaifenesin. ... (11 replies)
... I had a really bad asthma attack. ... (3 replies)




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