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... I just took what the doc gave me. It's apparantly not doing anything yet, but I know it takes time to kick in. ... (7 replies)
... It takes some time for your lungs to recover from bronchitis. After I had bronchitis, my lungs were so irritated I had to take the maximum dose of Flovent (4 puffs twice a day) for a month or two. If things continue like they are, I would call the pulmo and let them know. I know my pulmo has a respiratory therapist I can call during business hours. They can adjust your... (5 replies)
... No albuterol isn't going to be happening for awhile... the pulmo. kept me on the same med schedule for now and I'm still having to use my ventolin every day. I'm feeling generally better now the bronchitis is gone so I'm a bit more active now, and I'm using the ventolin MORE not less. ... (5 replies)

Asthma cough
Mar 3, 2003
... research and find another one. Don't delay. Complaining and not doing anything isn't going to get you anywhere, you know? ... (20 replies)
... That is why my peds pulm switched her on avdair. He has just recently started to see her. 3 months ago. We are covering all the bases, bec the drs before didn't do anything. Even with me asking maybe she needs to be switched to a different preventative. Anyhow, if she needs it well I need to give it. Also she has an infection so that is why such high dosages. Also the change... (8 replies)
... I have a 2 yo son and going to the hospital at 2am is not what i wanted to do... ... (1 replies)
... at my next appointment we'll take a look at the readings and develop an asthma action plan from there. she's also going to see how i'm doing at the next appointment and said she might add another medication . ... (2 replies)
... to two puffs three times a day or two puffs four times a day. I have to take it at least two hours before I go to sleep because it makes me a little jittery. The ventolin does that too. In the mornings I wake up with it usually or it happens a little later on. ... (12 replies)
... now I can't walk up a flight of stairs without having to stop and catch my breath. Walking, not running up stairs, that is. ... (14 replies)
EIA and steroids
Apr 22, 2004
... ly attack taking months...believe me it's safer to be on a little extra medication than none at all. I'd rather have that little extra protection, even if I was doing OK. EIA is usually the first sign that asthma is out of control. Hope everything works out! ... (6 replies)
... I am a bit scared about it, I think I have had one or two before, feeling soooo winded that I just thought I was gonna die.. but I did not have wheezing. I only wheeze if I am also sick.. and maybe a little after exercise. ... (2 replies)
... One of the ladies at church came back from Canada last week with a terrible cold and we work together on Thursdays. I tried to stay far enough away from her not to catch it, but I'm pretty sure I failed. ... (4 replies)
... I know we're not supposed to sit here and journal but I have one more question. ... (20 replies)
... use the medicine was breaking up all the gunk in her lungs so her coughing increased to try to clear it. Hang in there and give the medicine at least one week if not two before calling it a failure. ... (3 replies)
Asthma???
May 27, 2008
... ome serious advice.. never been in this situation before. all my life i've had breathing problems. just a general shortness of breath even while barely moving or not moving at all. ... (6 replies)
Increased meds
Feb 18, 2004
... The increase is amazing for me as far as lung functions go, I can do anything, do gymnastics, work out, sometimes(SHOCK) even run!(SHOCK) (lol), wake up in the morning without needing albuterol.. Right now I'm on Advair 250/50, Flonase, Clarinex, Singulair, Yasmin(my body is so messed up my hormones all outta whack), Albuterol inhaler & Xopenex as needed. I'm doing alright... (8 replies)
Increased meds
Feb 18, 2004
... Pink: At the end of the day, the issue of whether more is better really depends on the patient and the severity of thier asthma. Like you, I have severe lung infections :confused: . So far, the increase in my medication has been a blessing. I am currently on Slo-Bid ,Flovent,Servent,Singular, Albuterul and nebulizer inhaled meds. :ventolin and atrovent (taken when I have ... (8 replies)




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