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My flovent inhaler was left in the car overnight in the cold.......Can i still use it? It was about 20 degrees.
Should be ok: The cold temperature will not really affect the medication that much. ...Read more
What length of time should an EOE patient be on Flovent inhaler? I have used it for 3 years, once a day. Cost has doubled.
EOE: Assuming you are talking about eosinophilic esophagitis… If you are doing well, you could discuss with your doctor stopping the medication and seeing if symptoms recur or reducing your use to every other day or even considering a different inhaler like flovent, such as qvar which may be cheaper but in the same class of medications. ...Read more
How long should an EOE patient use Flovent inhaler? I have used it for 3 Years, one dose a day. Cost has doubled so I feel I must stop, if I can.
See your Doctor: often times there are other medicines, coupons, patient assistance programs and even samples of similar medicines that we can help you with. If possible bring in your formulary from your insurance company so we can see what medications that are similar we can use. Between the two of us usually we can find something that will work and not break the bank. ...Read more
Yes: Steroids used chronically have been associated with cataract formation. You should see your eye doctor. Also steroids can cause elevation in blood sugar and this leads to fluid shifts that can cause blurring vision. You should have your blood sugars checked to rule out diabetes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No.: Not enough is absorbed. It does not. Cold water does! ...Read more
Was given flovent inhaler 250mg, 1 inhale morn and 1 inhale night for chronic cough 6 months. Been taking for 4 weeks and cough still present. Why?
Dr says cough is either allergies or asthma. Been on Flovent inhaler for 6 wks and cough still present. No other symptoms. Does this rule out asthma?
Coughing for months. Dr said either asthma or allergy/environment. Been on flovent inhaler for 4 wks, cough still present. Would this rule out asthma?
Not a problem: Your blinking and natural tears will remove the residual material after the flushing out that you have already done. Nothing to worry about. ...Read more
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