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... How often is "normal" to use a nebulizer? ... (1 replies)
... I think, and someone correct me if I'm wrong, that you can use the nebulizer every 4 hours? ... (1 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)

... term controler medications, dosages and how often you should use them. ... (4 replies)
... term controler medications, dosages and how often you should use them. ... (1 replies)
... your fine.. your not wheezing or wheezy. They tell me your out of shape, and overweight.. yes I know that.. I'm losing weight.. how can I be out of shape when I swim, do yoga, walk and bike when I can ? ... (11 replies)
... Just wondering if you used a nebulizer often? ... (21 replies)
... st of all how often are you using the nebulizer? ... (1 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)
... clothes bothers me. If I'm outside around smokers I try to stay as far away from the, as possible. I know that my asthma isn't under control right now because I use my inhaler fairly often. When my asthma is under control I hardly ever have to use my inhaler. I know allergy season is making it worse. ... (52 replies)
... I am not a big fan of those rechargeable battery packs for several reasons like the Pari Trek uses. I am also interested in the durability. If the nebulizer itself breaks, you'd practically be better off buying a whole new unit. ... (3 replies)
... Many people in this zone often end up with steroid treatment to help get it back in control. ... (11 replies)
... Im On xolair as of a year now! I do not have to use inhalers anymore and Im down to useing my nebulizer 3 times a week! Xolair is an amazing drug! I Highly recommend it! ... (9 replies)
... in fact, in kids, that's half the reason it's so hard to make a diagnosis, because quite often they show no other symptom than a tight, harsh cough. ... (11 replies)
... of breath after having used my ventolin happens fairly often. I've had mornings where I wake up with the heaviness and discomfort in my chest with congestion. I use my symbicort in the morning and if I have the heaviness I also use my ventolin. Sometimes it takes a long time for me to feel better. ... (13 replies)
... regular, persistent, difficult to control symptoms. One or two puffs of albuterol helps a little, for a little while, but it can take days of frequent albuterol use to get better. And then I'm fine, no albuterol at all for months. ... (15 replies)
... up. It was originally my Pulmonologist, not my GI doc, that recognised how severe my reflux actually was. In fact he recommended the reflux surgery that I eventually ended up having. ... (22 replies)
... especially in the beginning chart how you are feeling. ... (15 replies)
Scared asap
May 16, 2005
... Do you use a spacer with the rescue drug? ... (3 replies)
New Here
Jan 28, 2008
... Yes, I am breathing better, but I still have to use my rescue inhalers once to twice a week at least. The Dr. ... (3 replies)




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