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Advair
May 20, 2003
... I have read the posts here about advair Has anybody been put on it during a severe asthma attack? My daughter was and seemed that we couldn't bring attack under control--when I took her off it and went back to old meds--Pulmicort and servent she recovered quickly. I know Advair is a new drug and is actually supposed to be better--than what she is currenty using... (4 replies)
... There are some people who have been diagnosed with asthma when they don't have asthma at all, but vocal cord dysfunction. Not saying that is the case for you, but it is a mimic of asthma, and you can have both VCD and asthma as well. ... (7 replies)
... It can also cause acid to spill onto your vocal cords, causing them to spasm and you difficulty breathing. ... (20 replies)

... Basically what happens is the acid from your stomach refluxes back up your esophogus. This can cause coughing as well, especially if the acid spills onto your vocal cords. ... (4 replies)
... amazing answer.. this sounds like it could be it ..and for sure it felt like i was being strangled and there was absoloutely nothing i could do .. i seriously thought that was it.. game over. Before I came onto this forum I was considering looking into cramp of the windpipe since thats what i some times get at night in other parts of my body..and in a similar manner it... (2 replies)
... Sounds like vocal cord dysfunction. The vocal cords clamp down and block the breathing tube. It can last for several minutes until they relax and then it's all over. ... (2 replies)
... Something else it might be, based on the way she told you her throat was "clogged up", is vocal cord dysfunction. ... (7 replies)
... Advair or something like that it can give you a hoarse voice as well, but it should not be for more than a couple of days. My suspicion is more involved around Vocal Cord Dysfunction. Sometimes our vocal cords try to protect our lower airways and spasm on their own. ... (4 replies)




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