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Atrovent is a nasal preparation which is a kind of ears, nose, throat agents.
My 5 yr old has croup she gets is it 4/5 times per yr. She's been prescribed atrovent and cetirizine hydrochloride. Don't seem to work! please advise!
May not be croup: Croup would be somewhat unusual at this age (usually up to 3 years old). I wonder if there is some other airway problem. Croup is caused by a virus so there is no medication to prevent it. I would recommend seeing an ENT doctor to find out if there is something else causing these symptoms. ...Read more
With trached child with history of tracheomalacia collapse with albuterol use, how often would it be safe to use albuterol/atrovent combi? How will I know?
Albuterol use: Usually prematurity/prolonged need for ventilator and/or oxygen cause chronic lung disease. So it is not unusual that a bronchodilator would be used. Albuterol/atrovent work by relaxing muscles in the airway making breathing easier, and to a lesser extent, atrovent decreases mucus production. Typically, in non-urgent use is 4h. Albuterol is used in emegent situations more frequently guided by md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fortunately few: Some common sideffects: bronchitis, shortness of breath, cough, nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, headaches, gastrointestinal distress. Like all medication, use smallest effective dose for shortest time possible. If you experience any significant problem, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
What are the long-term effects of atrovent nasal spray ? I have used for 10 yrs. This past yr, I have experienced reduced urine flow. Is it related?
Possible: Atrovent (ipratroprium) has been available for quite a long while. It has a low side effect profile. Although i can't say for sure it very unlikely that after 10 years you will begin to have any secondary effects. Like any anti-cholinergic medicine it can cause urinary retention. This is much more common in men, especially if they have protate hyper trophy. There are other meds you can switch. ...Read more
I have glaucoma & asthma i'm concerned qvar & atrovent will worsen / affect my glaucoma ? What other medications can I use for my asthma
Speak to your eye dr: Anytime, you have a concern regarding your glaucoma drops and your inhalers, you can contact your eye doctor, and discuss this with him/her. Also, you can contact your pharmacist, who has the latest information, and software on how the meds interact, or not with one another. Then, you'll have the information you need to make an informed decision on using your meds/drops together. ...Read more
Ok: That's not something we can help you with here. Try looking on the atrovent website. Maybe one is available. ...Read more
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