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Oct 24, 2019
... I have developed shortness of breath lately and am very unsure what might be causing it. Over the several decades of my life respiratory issues have never emerged before. A few potential issues that might be involved, though, are a mold problem that we waited quite some time to fix up and then dry walling afterwards which I was exposed to (we fixed this up about a year... (1 replies)
... ons. I tried flovent diskus but after awhile it seemed to not work anymore. I did not get any thrush or heart palpitations from the flovent. I then tried the new pulmicort but it seemed to not work like the older pulmicort. I am wondering maybe i did not give it a chance to work. ... (17 replies)
... ut Pulmicort. I just printed out 10 pages of complaints from www.askpatient.com which I'm going to use for our next doctor's appointment. I want my son taken off Pulmicort right away! ... (22 replies)

... day. Has anyone had success going from Flovent to Pulmicort....it seems like the majority of posts that I have read on other boards they start out with pulmicort and go on to Flovent. ... (2 replies)
... flexhaler is actually the new version of pulmicort. For some reason the company thought they needed to change it...I agree with the change in the mouth piece change. So, it makes me wonder why they add lactose in the powder steroids like advair,pulmicort flexhaler and so on ?????????? (17 replies)
... itself to manage symptoms, while pulmicort needs to be used on a regular schedule to help reduce the inflammation in his airways. ... (4 replies)
... I haven't read the other posts, but here's my story. The same thing happened with my two year old. He was finally put on Pulmicort which has helped TREMENDOUSLY. His most recent cold I did not have to use any albuterol or prednisone, thank God!! ... (22 replies)
... I have been on the Pulmicort Turbohaler for over 4 years and loved it. No side effects as far as I noticed. ... (6 replies)
... I've had severe asthma and allergies since I was 4 years old. I've been taking all different types of asthma medication, from Tedral to theodore, then pulmicort, now advair and singulair. I have been having chest pains and feeling like I have a deep wheeze going on all of the time. I haven't seen a specialist in a long time and I have an appt for the end of Dec., but my... (4 replies)
... Last Friday, my doctor added Pulmicort 180mcg to my regimen. ... (2 replies)
... The pulmicort turbuhaler 200 x2 daily I took for 5 years and it worked great for my ashtma. 2006 I added singulair to my asthma treatment and around 2008 stopped taking it. ... (17 replies)
... My son has asthma that flares up when he gets a cold. Last fall, he seemed to be coughing a lot and always sounded congested, so we used pulmicort every night as maintenance. It kept him very healthy all winter long. ... (1 replies)
... Hi all I'm 40 yr old female with seasonal allergies, when if not treated right before the season starts, I develop cough variant asthma. I also get CVA if I don't treat with meds when I get the common upper resp. infection. Anyway, I was stupid this season and didn't start treating ahead of time. I've been well controlled for about a year. So well contolled that I only... (3 replies)
... Jenna- Your son may very well be experiencing side effects from pulmicort so it's certainly worth talking to your doctor about but please keep in mind that the online comments posted about every medication - including pulmicort - are overwhelmingly negative because most people take the meds with no side effects or problems and have no reason to post anything. I've looked... (22 replies)
... I too am questioning the use of pulmicort and just discovered the website askapatient. ... (22 replies)
... I would assume the dosage of Pulmicort (same number of X's daily, same amount) would remain the same whether you are using a nebulizer or inhaler to deliver it. Some studies show that children especially, receive more of the medication to their lungs with a nebulizer than with the inhaler, even with a spacer. As the other poster stated, convenience would be the main reason for... (22 replies)
... I can't speak directly to whether pulmicort has side effects for toddlers but had two thoughts - first of all, there are lots of opinions based on personal experience posted online that may or may not be directly tied to those medications so don't get too freaked out (for some reason it looks like the negatives outweigh the positives by about 10:1 even though I took pulmicort... (22 replies)
... We started pulmicort a few months back at the same time we started singulair. He has been more extreme in his behavior... ... (22 replies)
... just worsened when she had a cold. Anyway, we had the allergy testing done and immediately minimized her exposure as much as possible to the mites and put her on pulmicort at the same time. She has been on the nebulizer and now the flexhaler with no noticeable side effects whatsoever. ... (22 replies)
... long albuterol treatments and oral prednisone. A specialist has recommended we give her Pulmicort once a day throughout the winter. ... (22 replies)


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