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Doctor insights on: Pulmicort Turbuhaler Inhaled Steroid

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Whats a Pulmicort turbuhaler (budesonide)?

Whats a Pulmicort turbuhaler (budesonide)?

Budesonide: It is Budesonide used in an "inhaler" form. It is a form of steroid used for respiratory problems that cause bronchospasm along with other meds. It is used as a "controller" medication. It decreases swelling in the respiratory tract. ...Read more

Dr. Amir Sharafkhaneh
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Budesonide (Definition)

Prevents asthma attacks. This medicine is a steroid. Budesonide is a steroid for the treatment of asthma and non-infectious rhinitis (including hay fever and other allergies), and for treatment and prevention of nasal polyposis. In addition, it is used for crohn's ...Read more


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Pulmicort turbuhaler (budesonide) side effects?

Few: Mostly very well tolerated. May cause oral thrush and sometimes worsening of respiratory sympt such as runny nose, cough and sometimes abdominal pain. Check with the pharmacy for a complete list. ...Read more

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Does inhaled steroid such as flovent ever made you feel better instantly or within an hr?

Does inhaled steroid such as flovent ever made you feel better instantly or within an hr?

Actually, they do.: This is due to the placebo effect that accounts for around 30% of the improvement with any positive thing we do to improve our health. So even though physicians tell you not to expect measurable improvement for 1-2 weeks you may subjectively feel better very soon. Nothing wrong with that. You'll feel even better in a few weeks when the anti-inflammatory effects of the inhaled steroid kicks in. ...Read more

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Will my long term inhaled steroid asthma medicine (qvar) interfere with general anesthesia?

Will my long term inhaled steroid asthma medicine (qvar) interfere with general anesthesia?

No, take your med: Qvar is being prescribed to help control the inflammation in your bronchi so you will be less susceptible to wheezing when challenged. Surgery and anesthesia are challenges. Therefore, you really need to stay on your medication regularly so you will have the easiest time when you are recovering. You should take it every day, even the morning of surgery. Get an asthma checkup before anesthesia. ...Read more

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Dr. Gregg Albers
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Steroids (Definition)

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Dr. Patricia Foster
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Pulmicort Turbuhaler (Definition)

Pulmicort Turbuhaler is an inhaled steroid which is a kind of ...Read more