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... I use my ventolin that much to and i know that my asthma is not under control. ... (7 replies)
Too much exercise
Oct 18, 2012
... I curled last night for the second time this season and I know by my chest tightness that I dd too much sweeping. ... (14 replies)
... This past week I've been using ventolin a LOT, and he ordered me to cut back to 4 times a day, so I did. Now he says only two? ... (5 replies)

... needed basis I use Flovent, a steroid inhaler. Flovent reduces inflammation in the lungs and helps the Ventolin get deeper and work better. I really don't recognize the other meds you use, so can't comment. ... (7 replies)
... Puffs of Ventolin pretty much every 3 or 4 hours. Is there a way of minimising the use of Ventolin as I'm almost immune to it. Is there anything bad about using too much of it? ... (8 replies)
... I recently attended an Asthma clinic at my UK surgery. I was asked how often I felt it necessary to take a relieving puff of Ventolin. I said it was on average 3-4 times a day. As a preventer, I also take two puffs twice a day of Clenil Modulite. The asthma nurse said I should ideally not taking it more than 2-3 times a WEEK!! In view of this, I was advised to take... (7 replies)
... Hey everybody, I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow and I'm going to ask her about this stuff, but decided I'd get it out on here, too. I have mild persistent asthma and I started FloVent on October 31st, '08. I also take salbutamol pre-exercise and when I have symptoms. When I was first prescribed Salbutamol I was using it 2-4 times a day--typically 3--and... (2 replies)
... plumologist , and they'll get you set up on one . It's really bad use your rescue inhaler so much that it doesn't work when your having an attack ... ... (8 replies)
EIA and steroids
Apr 22, 2004
... The two medicines combined make for a much better maintenance medicine than the steroids alone. Asthma flare ups can often come so slowly so gradually.. ... (6 replies)
EIA and steroids
Apr 22, 2004
... Yeah, its just that I've been off all meds other than Ventolin now for 2 years but I feel I am taking the Ventolin too much. Sometimes I get a bit tight even when climbing a stairs. ... (6 replies)
... I would agree with the others that if you need your rescue inhaler as much as you were taking it your asthma is not under control. ... (7 replies)
... That is waaaay too much! Do you not have a daily med? ... (8 replies)
... you aren't supposed to be having symptomatic days. Using your ventolin too much isn't horribly good for you. ... (10 replies)
New member (long)
Jan 20, 2004
... and my reliever meds are Ventolin and Atrovent. ... (2 replies)
... to see if they will settle on their own. Yesterday, I had an occasional cough in the morning but with no other symptoms. At lunch time it got worse and I took my ventolin and felt a little better after but was still coughing. An hour later it got a lot worse and I had a really tight sounding cough that almost made me throw up. ... (13 replies)
... ay night I had an attack that left me barely able to speaking and coughing uncontrollably I just didn't want to lug the toddler into the hospital again so I took ventolin and atrovent until I could breathe enough to sleep. ... (1 replies)
... t believe anyone here is like that. if you are taking your emergency inhaler too much, you need to look for new ways to control asthma. ... (11 replies)
... undefined New to this list - would welcome comments/advice - I have been chronic asthmatic since 8 yrs old - now 45 - controlled with ventolin/beclomethasone/anti-histamines/occasionally steroids - I was prescribed theophylline twice in the past for short term use during colds/flu but doc won't give me again - not sure why as they relieve me better than anything else, tried... (3 replies)
... y humid out and as soon as I went outside again I felt really short of breath even while waiting for the walk light so I used my inhaler which didn't really help too much. I walked around a grocery store and a few things nothing really heavy. ... (13 replies)
Mar 25, 2004
... outweigh the risks. It's a shame that you appear to have been on all that medication for so many years, but you have to remember that over the last few years so much research has been done into asthma which has led to newer treatment methods. ... (37 replies)

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