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How Severe Is The Reaction Between Albuterol And Nortriptyline
Nortrip & Albuterol: That depends upon many things, like the dose of nortriptyline and if albuterol is being used daily or only as needed. The most significant interaction to look for is qt prolongation, or other heart arrhythmias. It is important to do careful screening for heart disease. Monitoring with blood levels of nortriptyline and routine ekg's may also be advised. ...Read more
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
If im having severe side effects from an albuterol inhaler, what can I take instead for my short acting inhaler?
Call your Doctor: This is a question, really for doctor.There are several options which may not cause such a reaction.But you did specify what exactly happened, so we can not give a specific answer. ...Read more
What happens if I'm having severe side effects to albuterol inhaler what should I take instead for my short acting inhaler?
Almost 1 month ago I got Severe Bronquitis, my primary doctor gave Genthamicyne, Albuterol etc.It go awayBut I have Bronquitis again.Why it could be?
Bronchitis: Infections may return if the bacteria (or virus) is reintroduced into the area, or a new infection started, or you have underlying asthma or reactive airway disease that may predispose you to getting sick. If you smoke, that would be a risk factor too. See the doctor and get well soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Was rxed Qnasl and Aerospan for severe asthma. Had to switch to Flonase because Qnasl too expensive. No insurance. Using albuterol more. Any advice?
We have a prescription for albuterol for my son that was given when he had a pretty severe croup. Should we continue to use it when he has a bad cold?
Female, age 70, has the third severe bronchitis like symptom in a year, each lasting more than 3 weeks. Albuterol inhaler causes more cough. Cause?
Can Flovent, advair or albuterol cause severe tingling, prickliness and itchiness? Are these any of the side effects? Thanks
Probably not: What you described is more likely hyperventilation syndrome except for the itching. These drugs are more likely to cause tremor and occasionally muscle cramps and not the symptoms you have described. Uncontrolled asthma may cause hyperventilation which may cause the tingling and "prickliness" sensation. Although allergy to steroid itself has been reported, it it mostly related to contact allergy ...Read more
When i complained about dry eyes n severe dry mouth, doc changed my med from nortriptyline 50mg to dothiepin 50mg. Will this solve the problem?
Possibly: Both meds are in the family of tcas & have similar side-effect profiles. That does not mean that your side effects to one will be the same as it is to the other med. Almost every med has the possible side-effect of dry mouth but if you need it you mayneed to deal with it. There are other ways to combat dry mouth - keeping hydrated with water is the best but your dentist should be able to guide you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cause of sudden severe asthma? Needed albuterol inhaler 15-20 puffs a day. It's controlled w corticosteroid now but doc cant figure out why it happend
Asthma flare: Can still happen without a reason, often times it is something in the environment, exposure to a virus, or just emotional excitement. Please adhere to treatment plan and controller medicines prescribed by your doctor, and see an allergist/immunologist for more comprehensive evaluation. Check aaaai.org or acaai.org for allergists around you, good luck ...Read more
Pt. With severe COPD and is non - responsive to inhaled steroids. Has tried "most" of the inhaled albuterols, combivents, (albuterol and ipratropium) and anti-cholinergis. ?
My doctor wants to put me on a low dose of Aventyl (nortriptyline) (10mg) for migraines and severe anxiety. Is this wise? Can this med kill me
My NCS test result normal, HBsAg result negative, no Diabetes. My neurologist gave me a drug combining Fluphenazine & Nortriptyline & B1,B6, B12 Why?
What is your: diagnosis? Need this info to try to answer? Do you have a chronic pain condition? ...Read more
My son has severe asthma. He's taking 2x seretide 6x atrovent (ipratropium) 6xs albuterol 1x singular with all this, he still gets breathless. Could he need oxygen?
Asthma and Oxygen: Not likely. He should see a qualified allergist/immunologist who can help treat your son. Oxygen does not have a role in the treatment of asthma chronically, only during an acute episode requiring hospitalization. Most asthmatics who get "breathless" are not getting the right set of medicines, are not inhaling them properly, or have an additional/other diagnosis. Seeing a specialist will help. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Classified as a tricyclic antidepressant, and considered of modest benefit these days due to significant anti-cholinergic side effects (drowsiness, dizziness, dryness of mouth, blurring, and perhaps effect on bladder). Confusion may occur in older folks. Had some value in migraine prevention at one point. Used rarely these days as ...Read more
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