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... Hi all, I'm new to the board and new to asthma. I had a lot of issues with allergic reactions to meds we tried, but finally found some that seem to be OK. ... (6 replies)
... If it doesn't get better or it is lower than 300, i'm supposed 2 head 2 the ER. I take Xopenex in the nebulizer for attacks.. ... (9 replies)
... To answer your question about ventolin HFA vs nebulizer albuterol. The nebulizer symptoms are usually much worse than the HFA. I used to have shakiness, etc with my HFA, But I don't anymore. ... (6 replies)

... please go see your doctor and have the cause of your insomnia investigated, since it's very likely something else might be causing it. ... (6 replies)
... ike diabetes. you can NOT take your "long acting" medication on a daily basis, but you will end up needing many many more doses of your short acting medication, and you will end up much sicker much more frequently than you would if you just took your long acting medications. ... (6 replies)
... I interpreted this one as expiration date, but . . . To answer both of what Titchou's asked for clarification about: Expiration date: This will be found either on the original packaging of the inhaler, or (more likely) on the canister of medicine itself. My rescue inhaler (salbutamol/albuterol in the states) is labelled as good for nine months, which it says on the... (2 replies)
... ny generic versions on the market. ProAir is the "generic" replacement, but as I'm sure you noticed the price is much more than your old generic was. Proventil and Ventolin are both available as an HFA. ... (4 replies)
... on a regular aerosol bronchodilator who continue to have evidence of bronchospasm and who require a second bronchodilator. ... (0 replies)
... At the beginning of taking it, I was really shaky, hyper, and had palpitations regularly. ... (6 replies)
... ny unnecessary stuff to what I was already dealing with. I though certain it wasn't asthma but now...I'm thinking its a real possibility. Because of my pneumonia and mold exposure and other things through this I have had allergic reactions too... ... (4 replies)
... I absolutely understand what you're going through. The inhaler had worked fine on me for almost a year. I had to rotate through provental, xopenex and ventolin because none of them worked consistently. However, recently they all stopped working. I have severe asthma so it was quite scary not to have a rescue inhaler. ... (21 replies)
... All the women on one side of my family were diagnosed with asthma as adults, and I saw how much control it had over their lives. Of course, years ago, they were surrounded by smokers. I have never smoked and I totally avoid it. ... (2 replies)
Albuterol HFA
Jun 17, 2007
... any generic versions on the market. ProAir is the "generic" replacement, but as I'm sure you noticed the price is much more than your old generic was. Proventil and Ventolin are both available as an HFA. ... (3 replies)
Asthma Returning
Jul 31, 2003
... Hon, you shouldn't have done that with the methacholine challenge test. You should have TOLD the tech you were uncomfortable, and they have lower concentrations of methacholine they can test you with. ... (3 replies)
... Lots of people get the cheapo one that's got this disposable neb package and it's cheap, yes, but you have to replace it every month or else it doesn't aerosolize the meds properly and you start getting less and less drug. ... (19 replies)
... also and and my doctor told me at 300 I should head for the ER. ... (10 replies)
... in more ways than one. I've NEVER had any health problems other than migraines and now asthma. ... (10 replies)




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