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... I think, and someone correct me if I'm wrong, that you can use the nebulizer every 4 hours? ... (1 replies)
... I would like to thank you for your replys and your patience. My doctor is sending me back to see a specialist. So.. any day now I'll get a call with an appointment. ... (11 replies)
... st of all how often are you using the nebulizer? ... (1 replies)

... Everyone who has asthma should work with their physician to have a written Asthma Action Plan. If you have been diagnosed with asthma and your doctor doesn't offer you one, you should be asking for one. ... (4 replies)
... Everyone who has asthma should work with their physician to have a written Asthma Action Plan. If you have been diagnosed with asthma and your doctor doesn't offer you one, you should be asking for one. ... (1 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)
... Just wondering if you used a nebulizer often? ... (21 replies)
... wet' lung feel, waking up at night gasping for air and extreme fatigue. After a spirometer test, it was confirmed to not be asthma. I used an antiobiotic and a nebulizer with albuterol. I was 'healed' in about a week. No more medications until about a month ago. ... (12 replies)
... relief. Every so often I get it back bad and that's how I found your post because nobody seems to know exactly how to make it go away. I use to get it so bad that I felt congested in my chest and in order to cough the stuff up which is not easy, I had to huff the crap up. ... (7 replies)
... not even on this or other asthma boards I can find. I did see one study that suggested it did well or better than a Pari LC plus, and Pari LC Plus is pretty good especially when used with the Pari baby mask. ... (3 replies)
... Your asthma has gotten worse. You feel awful. ... (11 replies)
... It does really wear on you when you are in the yellow for so long. I've been there way too often over the years. ... (10 replies)
... Glad to hear you are doing a bit better. It is really uncomfortable, frustrating and scary when the coughing is bad and things aren't working to get it under control. ... (22 replies)
... especially in the beginning chart how you are feeling. ... (15 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)
... Hope you all have the rest of a great day. ... (11 replies)
... I know exactly what you mean by not wanting to use your meds. ... (8 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 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. In addition to that, it is scary because you never know how bad your attacks will be. ... (8 replies)
Is there a cure.
Nov 24, 2006
... In the worst period, about three years ago, I was using everything to prevent attacks, including inhaled steroid, nebulizer and sometimes oral steroid. ... (5 replies)


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