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... st 4yrs. And put me on Alvesco. I'd never even heard of this ICS so i had to do some searching on it. Basically all i could figure is,,i told him Asmanex gave me thrush and he told me that one good thing about Alvesco is that it doesn't give thrush. He also wanted me to start Singulair. ... (8 replies)
... related asthma, singulair can be pretty effective. There is the potential for behavioral or emotional side effects, but not all children experience those. ... (2 replies)
... I never had any problems with Thrush from my Singulair. It was when I added the Advair that my problems started. It's because of the corticosteroid ingredient. ... (27 replies)

... and then a yeast infection rash both of which were not too bad by the time I brought her to see the doctor... He didn't say anything ...SHE IS ON SINGULAIR every day... I did suspect the asthma meds. Thank you! Good luck! ... (27 replies)
... My docter put me on Prednisone 10mg. and 5 days of Diflucan 150mg. tablets. I am still using my albuterol Inhaler.And on Singulair 1 a day. I have had to use my albuterol every 4 hours, is it ok to use it that often? ... (0 replies)
... I am on Singulair now. ... (8 replies)
... It's the steroid in the inhaler that causes this. Since you can't get away from the steroid in an inhaler, another option might be Singulair if it works for you. You could talk with your doctor about that. I would brush your teeth and use a mouthwash each time you use your inhaler. ... (8 replies)
... I've been taking Singular for about 2 months - haven't had any colds. The book I've been reading (by the Harvard Medical School asthma docs) says that the leukotriene blockers (of which Singular is one) "are virtually free of undesirable side effects", and works well as a controller for mild asthma. A different option is an inhaled steroid, particularly for people with... (8 replies)
... felt like I couldnt inhale it right. It seemed to work one week and then the next not work. I was on it for like 3 months. I didnt get the heart palpitations or thrush which was amazing. this allowed me to work out and not get the weird heart palpitations that freaked me out. ... (17 replies)
Dec 8, 2005
... in addition to an inhaler (i use advair too), you might want to try some quercetin ... it's found in blueberries, red onions, apples and spinach, and is a natural anti-histamine ... i take 500mg of quercetin a day, and you might want to start with pouring the powder out of the capsule (in comes in both capsules and tablets), mixing it with a bit of water, and drinking the... (10 replies)
Nov 28, 2005
... I changed to Singulair but it isn't working very well at all. I'm using my rescue inhaler every day. ... (10 replies)
... A month or so has passed since I wrote that I was having minimal side effects from Singulair. That has changed dramatically. Last week, I started experiencing severe flu-like symptoms two hours after taking my evening dose. I would get severe chills, aches and pains, fever and exhaustion and just have to go to bed. After 4 nights I called the doctor and she immediately... (2 replies)
... I have run the gambit with combivent, flovent, serevent, albuterol, and advair and tried singulair for a bit, it can take some time to find the right combination for controlling your asthma but when it does... it is all worth it! ... (11 replies)
... I'm currently taking Advair and am getting mouth sores (oral thrush) from it. I tried Singulair which didn't work, and would rather use the Advair twice a day than Serevent/Flovent 4 puffs a day with 5 minutes in between the two drugs. If you can taste the Advair you're not rinsing well enough. Even if you CAN'T taste the Advair you might not be rinsing enough. I went... (6 replies)
... You should NOT NOT NOT NOT NOT be using a spacer with EITHER the Pulmicort or the Foradil. Spacers are to be used with drugs that 'spray' from a pressurized cannister -- because the spray comes out too quickly oftentimes, and the spacer helps to let it slow down. Pulmicort and Foradil are both powders, and using them with spacers would be completely pointless, since... (2 replies)
... I have allergic asthma and have been on a combo of Advair and Singulair for just about a year now. ... (8 replies)
Thrush Question
Jun 10, 2003
... I already take Singulair and it has helped a lot, but I still reach for my Albuterol too often. ... (2 replies)
... I've only been on advair with my singulair for a few days but am having problems with my mouth already so did a lot of research on it. ... (8 replies)
... Hi MountainReader....thanks for your input! While I have actually never experienced any oral thrush, I still wonder if the Advair usage has somehow contributed to some of my ongoing digestive issues. It's so very frustrating to have no explanation for how I've been feeling. Tests come back negative, and all of my doctors (GP, Endo, & Gyne) all say that I'm "fine"...yet, I... (4 replies)
... I read that the orange puffer can cause thrush which can affect the vocal cords ... is this common? ... (6 replies)

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