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Any Asthma Medications Stomach
Asthma is a disease of the lungs caused by chronic inflammation of the airways most often caused by allergies. This inflammation results in airway swelling and hyperactivity leading to difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, dry cough, etc. MIT is a diagnosis made by combining clinical ...Read more
Depends on the med: A person can get stomache aches from various medicines, not just asthma meds. He can bring all his meds to his doctor to plan a way to figure out which one(s) is causing the stomach ache. Prednisone can be strong on the stomach lining and cause tummy aches, so a person taking Prednisone for asthma can have stomach symptoms. Also, tummy aches can occur just "coincidentally" with taking medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acedomediphine and asthma. But I have 4 hours left to.Sleep, and my stomachs hurts really bad. How can I make it stop?
Acetaminophen?: I think this is what you are referring to. This is the generic name for Tylenol and should have no problems with your asthma. However, your complaint about a stomach ache will probably not be helped by acetaminophen. You may want to talk it over with your physician who can better guide you in managing this pain. Good Luck ...Read more
I'm taking acedomediphine and have asthma. But I have 4 hours left to sleep, and my stomachs hurts really bad, how can I make it stop?
I have asthma and i feel like I have a knot in the middle of my stomach is that a normal symptom from that? I also feel like warm flashes?
Gastritis: Asthma, gastritis, and sinusitis can all trigger activity of the vagus nerve which controls bronchial secretions, nasal secretions and stomach acid. It is suggested to treat the stomach acid and control the asthma. The warm flashes can be due to activity of the vagus nerve or fever from bronchial infection. ...Read more
Yes: There are several reasons why one might have abdominal pain during an asthma attack. Increased diaphragm muscle demand for blood flow may decrease blood flow to the gut leading to cramping. You may have gerd triggering asthma & giving you epigastric pain. Young children often have difficulty expressing pain location & will indicate the abdomen when having asthma-induced chest pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Due to my asthma and very bad allergies, I have been coughing and now my right side only of my stomach is starting to hurt. What is this??
Musculoskeletal Pain: Poorly controlled asthma and allergic rhinitis (post-nasal drip) can definitely cause a chronic refractory cough. The stomach pain you are experiencing is likely secondary to the undue stress you are putting on your abdominal muscles with the frequent coughing (i.e. musculoskeletal pain). This will subside with rest and getting your cough under better control. See an Allergist for management. ...Read more
Losing weight. On steroid for asthma. Hurt myself lifting boxes. Mild mid-abdomen rt side pain on exam. Dr said steroid will help it too. What's it?
Dr wakowitz, thanks. I wiill clarify, no asthma and pft normal. Seems to stem from stomach tightening and struggle to breathe normal no matter how difficult the exercise. Almost hyperventilate/faint.
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