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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)
... My daughter will be going to Pre K in the Fall. Her Ped wants her to have a rescue inhaler for school. She has been on neb treatments since she was two months old. Last year we tried an Aero Chamber but she couldn't figure out how to breathe in for it. ... (3 replies)
... How often is "normal" to use a nebulizer? ... (1 replies)

... umping this up because I just barely recovered from strep, just barely registered. Took the antibiotic, felt absolutely fine and now I'm home which I really hate to do with my job with what the pcp thinks is a virus. Temp started at 100 early in the day, 100.5 when I saw the dr and 101.5 before bed. ... (10 replies)
... It may take another week though for your Bronchitis to completely clear away and for the inflammation in your Lungs to reduce. This could be whats making you take your inhaler more. But because weekend is coming up, I would see your Doctor. ... (4 replies)
... Funny how people can be against something they have no idea about. ... (11 replies)
... How often can an albuteral inhaler be used? ... (2 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. ... (12 replies)
... This may be a dumb question but I don't know how worried to be about my asthma. ... (2 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)
... lievers help prevent attacks but they don't get rid of asthma. I wish they did. My asthma educator told me that my airways are really sensitive and always poised to react. It's not always easy to avoid triggers. Even the residual cigarette on smokers clothes bothers me. ... (52 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. Are you under the care of an allergist or pulmonologist? ... (16 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)
Medication error
Nov 26, 2003
... that taking the reliever medication in excess can cause the lung to become dependent on it. I know of some people who were using theirs up to 25 times a day. ... (11 replies)
... Once again, and it doesn't seem to be enough, Thank. You.. ... (11 replies)
... Welcome to the club. Part of the reason I posted what is now a sticky is because when I developed asthma I didn't wheeze which is what I associated with asthma. ... (7 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)
... So...while it is mild now, should it increase in any way, learn how a steroid inhaler.....preventer....can help lessen the likelihood of scarring. ... (11 replies)


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