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Can Asthma Cause Dizziness
Mgt: This symptom may be due to a number of factors. The use of albuterol should follow an outlined plan, and keeping nasal passages clear with nasal saline will help. If he has headaches, imbalance, vision changes or other symptoms a visit to the ED is advised. A virtual appt is available to review his asthma/allergy management. ...Read more
Asthma: I feel that you should be on inhalers like salbutamol acute attacks and on seretide as a preventor. Should get support and education from org. Like asthma Waikato . You will need to figure out what your triggers are and it is essential to have a Asthma action plan for yourself. I would advise you to have a course of prednisone at home as a back up. You need to Fu with GP and treatment optimisation ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there any good and safe OTC alergy medicine that wont make me racey or dizzy. And can also help with asthma symptom?
OTC ALLERGY MEDS: The only over the counter allergy meds which will not make you drowsy are Claritin (loratadine) and allegra, zyrtec can make you a little drowsy.But none of them have any direct affect on asthma and will not help making asthma better.The only drug which helps asthma and allergy is singular, but it is not available over the counter. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 22, no health problems except asthma but Feel dizzy and every time I stand up I black out for a second. What could be causing this?
I have asthma and when i take a hot shower when im done its hard to breath and i get dizzy bout to pass out and sometimes I do why is that?
I have asthma and i always get dizzy and light headed, especially during afternoons. Does my asthma have something to do with this?
Hi there my mum started getting dizzy whenever she moved her eyeballs like 3 weeks ago. She says that whenever she is standing up or sitting when she moves her eyeballs she gets dizzy for about 2 seconds. She has asthma and she says when she is lying down
Dizzy: I think she should consult a doctor , preferably an ENT , on this. This problem may be transient due to a viral infection (viral labyrinthitis) or something more serious. Either way, she may need a medication to control her dizziness before she falls and hurts herself. If she has asthma when lying down, she may need a controller drug. Sorry, I don't fully understand your questions. ...Read more