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... I have been wondering if I'm using the inhaler too much. I was diagnosed a week and a half ago with bronchitis and seasonal asthma and was told to use the albuterol inhaler every four to six hours, one to two puffs. In the beginning, it wasn't even working. I couldn't breathe and it was awful. ... (4 replies)
... Great to find lots of useful info in here. But still, I have a few questions and would like to hear some advices. ... (7 replies)
... Hi, I'm new here and would like to give a quick introduction before I post my questions. I'm in my 30's and was diagnosed with asthma about a month ago. I had bronchitis 6 years ago and have very similiar symptoms to what I'm currently experiencing. ... (12 replies)

... I was treated successfully by a good PCP for years. When she left the practice, I couldn't find another supportive doctor. Even when I went to one with an emergency asthma attack, he just gave me an epi shot to get things under control, a prescription for steroids and sent me on my way. ... (22 replies)
... This has been truly helpful. I shall tread carefully, and look further into this matter :) On a more serious note, yet not any less true - I thank all of you, I've completely changed my mindset regarding treatment and it'll most likely greatly benefit me. Once again, and it doesn't seem to be enough, Thank. You.. Hope you all have the rest of a great day. And good bye c:... (11 replies)
... It's unfortunate your young son has these problems to deal with, but I think it's best to have treatment so that he won't have an increase of symptoms or other problems. ... (7 replies)
... But the effects of the inhaler just stopped. I don't know why, but when I use it now, it's harder to breathe when I exercise, and I find myself tiring quicker. ... (14 replies)
... Funny how people can be against something they have no idea about. ... (11 replies)
... Hi. Good question. I have another post about asthma action plans. It gives some general guidelines for when it is time to seek emergency assistance. ... (11 replies)
... I can really relate. When my asthma flares it takes me months to get it back under control. It not only wears you out physically, it wears on you mentally. ... (8 replies)
... the nebulizer was the only thing that saved me. At first I was useing the xopenex because it doesn't make me jittery but I just plain doesn't work as well as straight albuterol. ... (21 replies)
... of the drug ends up coating the back of your mouth and throat, so a spacer slows it down so you should get alot more of the drug. An inhaler used with a spacer and a good 10 sec. breath hold after inhaling the drug should work as well as a nebulizer. ... (3 replies)
... I have had severe allergies and had lots of luck with antihistamines. I often need other support when the allergies are bad, but without them I notice a major difference. ... (29 replies)
Scared asap
May 16, 2005
... I don't mean to sound like you aren't taking your meds right, but sometimes something small can make it so you don't get the medicine you should. Your advair, do you always keep it horizontal before you inhale? ... (3 replies)
... I have had nothing but Omron's for my nebulizers and I think they are great! They also have one in a travel size that you can carry in your purse or bag. They are really good products. They have a website that you might want to check out. Good luck! ... (19 replies)
... Whenever you "feel" you need to use your albuterol you are having an asthma attack. You don't have to go to the hospital before calling it a bonafide asthma attack. ... (16 replies)
Is this Asthma?
Dec 15, 2014
... This can be a difficult question. Often one symptom can be the same for multiple issues, as you have discovered. ... (7 replies)


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