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... I would suggest you mention to your doctor how much you are having to use your inhaler during physical activity. To me it means your asthma is not as controlled as it could be, and a change in your maintenance medications may make a big difference for you. ... (5 replies)
... I am seventeen years old and have had asthma for most of my life. I am currently taking a flovent inhaler and zyrtec as well as an albuterol inhaler. ... (5 replies)
... is xopenex. It lasts longer than albuterol as well. ... (5 replies)

... And my doctor told me I could use it every two hours. I'm a jogger and was running a race that was very late starting. I ended up have an attack because the albuterol wore off before the middle of the race due to the late start. Your doctor may tell you something different but these were my instructions. ... (5 replies)
... I hold it about 1 inch away. That was how I was instructed to use it. Seems different docs do different things but it works for me. ... (5 replies)
... thank you Titchou but I think that my doctor told me that the spacer helps the medicine get into my lungs instead of in my mouth. If I were to try your advice, how far from my mouth do I hold the inhaler? ... (5 replies)
... Here is my frustration. ... (43 replies)
... Prednisone is an oral corticosteroid. ... (30 replies)
... The thing your talking about is called a nebulizer. ... (9 replies)
... The RAST test is a less sensitive allergy test than the scratch test, but it also doesn't hurt as much and is less traumatic to a youngster, and for most parents, that's all they care about. ... (5 replies)
... few miles a day in just a week. I'm already back to exercising again, just not running. Instead, I do 4.0mph walks. Do I continue my prescribed medications or is it safe to stop them? ... (12 replies)
... respected pulmonologist, who said that my asthma is more the nuisance kind than the severe kind, but is not well controlled at present. He had a number of suggestions for me, which I'm now following up on. ... (15 replies)
... Glad to hear the pseudoephedrine is helping at least somewhat. ... (7 replies)
... I have not yet needed my albuterol inhaler today and usually I would have used it already. ... (3 replies)
... mental, but my bloodwork came back such that it qualified me for the Xolair. I know when I travel I end up with allergies to something wherever I go though. It is pretty much just a given. ... (43 replies)




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