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Can You Use Albuterol When Pregnant
In a word: yes!: Albuterol inhalers ideally focuses in the lungs although poor technique can increase the amount that gets in the blood stream. A spacer tube can also improve technique. The risk of poor asthma control and wheezing is much higher than the risk of albuterol. That being said, make sure you check with doctor to make sure you are on the right combination of meds to both prevent and treat attacks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ventolin is the trade name for the chemical / drug albuterol. This drug is a medicine to be inhaled to open the airways and it acts quickly, so it is called a "short-acting bronchodilator". The medicine comes in both a hand-held inhaler and as a liquid to be used with a nebulizer machine . It also comes in a liquid form to take by mouth, but this should not be used ...Read more
Probably: There are varying ideas on this subject. Check with your ob/gyn to makea sure you do not have any other conditions which may be adversely affected by the albuterol. Often, the consequences of a serious asthma attack are more problematic than the albuterol itself. Either way, do nothing until you check with your physician. ...Read more
I'm not pregnant but I'm curious to know if it is safe to take Flovent and albuterol while expecting? Thanks
Yes....: Those inhalers are safe to take during pregnancy. It is much more dangerous for the developing fetus to have low oxygen, which can happen if the pregnant person is having bronchospasm! If you do get pregnant, be sure to tell your OB doctor about these medications so their use and your breathing can be monitored closely. ...Read more
Yes: Albuterol is safe to use as directed during pregnancy if you have been previously prescribed this for asthma. It is typically only used for acute asthma exacerbations. Please discuss with your physician if your asthma becomes more difficult to control during your pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My Dr. prescribed me Robitussin CF, with proair (albuterol sulfate) inhaler, along with guaiatussin AC syrup. Are these okay to take 6-9wks pregnant?
Ask your doctor: Never take any medications without asking your doctor. ...Read more
I am 33 weeks pregnant, sinus drainage and coughing for 3 wks. Using albuterol nebuluzer & inhaler for ~2 weeks & started wheezing last night.
Call your doctor...: I'm guessing you have underlying asthma, and it sounds that your sinus symptoms may be developing into an asthma exacerbation. You may need a course of steroids to stabilize your asthma at this point. I notice you live near my office, if you have trouble with your asthma control in general or can't get ahold of your doc, feel free to call and make an appt. If you get worse, consider er visit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
8 wks pregnant. Severe asthma. Dr prescribed me Singulair, Prednisone, Amoxicillin & my Albuterol inhaler. Is all this actually safe for my baby?
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
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