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Can you overdose on asthma medication or inhaler? What happens if you take more than the recommended dosage?
Loaded question: I hope that you're asking if there will be any harm if you're not sure whether you've taken your inhalers yet today, and are afraid to take them now if you've already taken them earlier today. No worries - an extra puff or two won't hurt you. However, if you're asking because you're thinking of hurting yourself, please call your doctor to discuss your situation, or go to the er to get some help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long does it take to feel better after starting to take asthma medication?? I started today with an inhaler and a few tablets prescribed by my Dr.
Is the inhaler called, 'beclate 100 hfa', suitable as preventitive medication, as well as assisting in the repairing of my lungs?
Hi i'm on a salbutamol inhaler, but found that it is making me feel lightheaded , can it be the medication or is it something else.
Inhaler & hypnotic: Yes. it's ok to use both at the same time. They won't interfere with each other. ...Read more
Please tell me what are some home remedies in order to stop an asthma wheeze if you have no medication or an inhaler?
I have an inhaler and i don't want to take medication. I'm 17 and i was wondering if there is another natural way to get rid of asthma?
Beware: Asthma is quite variable from person to person and within a single person has periods of more or less symptoms. You may have mild asthma and be able to get by ignoring mild events.However, asthma is also a stealth disease.It can sneak up and go into a big attack that is life threatening. The frequency of sudden death in asthma remains relatively constant in spite of progress in treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 weeks ago I had asthma and recovered. Still coughing. When will bronchitis go away? Any treatment without medication? I use inhaler here and there.
Still have asthma: If you have asthma and had an attack 2 weeks earlier, you still have the4 disease. Prolonged bronchitis, in many cases, is actually asthma. So, if you still have problems, you need to be on an inhaled steroid and broncho-dilator. Anyway, if you have never seen an asthma specialist AND are taking appropriate medication, you should see one. Taking an inhaler here and there won't cut it. ...Read more
Can an asthmatic (22yrs medication use about) lower his need for rescue inhalers (used before exercise as well) by jogging/swimming lightly? Bad idea?
I just got diagnosed with bronchitis. Prescribed albuterol inhaler and cefdinir. When should it go away and description of the medication ?
3-7 days: Bacterial bronchitis usual begins resolving in 3-7 days after antibiotic initiation. If is is viral bronchitis then antibiotics will have no effect on resolution, and it may take longer. Any progressive fever, chest pain, or difficulty breathing while on therapy deserves a re-evaluation. ...Read more
I have emphysema and am using dulera (formoterol and mometasone) by itself it there another medication i can use with it besides my rescue inhaler?
Emphysema: Is rather a syndrome, management is long term and multifaceted, drug therapy is only one aspect, environmental control and habit control like stopping smoking and avoiding smokers is important, nutrition and physical activity. Given that you are only on these two medications, means your doctor is comfortable with that regimen, if otherwise, you feel uncontrolled, kindly revisit your doctor ...Read more
Salbutomal 100 microgrammes inhaler and Lansoprazole time release capsules 15mg-30mg can either of these medications cause sinus tachycardia ?
Which of the following asthma medications should I reduce if have no symptoms at all
2)quick relief inhaler
See below: The steroid inhaler is your controller/maintenance for use daily/routinely. The tablet is also assisting with the control/maintenance aspects of your asthma. Your action plan should advise that the quick relief (albuterol) can be decreased/increased in frequency depending on the severity or improvement of your breathing status. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take xzal,singulair (montelukast) ,abuterol inhaler and by neubilizer can i take OTC sinus medication and do these meducations cause delression or anxiety?
Carefully: Try to avoid OTC sinus products that contain phenylephrine which can raise blood pressure when taken w/ bystolic (nebivolol). But otherwise it should be okay. Since you already have high BP - this is important. It should not increase your emotional problems, but if it does - use as little as possible. I hope you feel better soon. ...Read more
I've had a cough for over two years. I have been treated with inhalers, steroid, anti drip medications, antihistamines, zpac you name it. It has ?
GERD?: Have you been evaluated for gerd? This can also contribute to bronchospasm and result in cough. It is not likely to be due to infection if it has been present for 2 years. If you are smoking, you need to quit. You may need pulmonary function testing to rule out copd, especially if you have smoked. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi doc..I have asthma and I take ventolin and many medications but always have shortness of breath what can help better than inhaler..thank u?
See an allergist: Shortness of breath despite multiple asthma medications means one of three things : 1) you're being over treated (using long -acting bronchodilators when you don't really need them can actually cause shortness of breath); 2) this isn't really asthma ; 3) your asthma is very difficult to treat. At your age, all three of these are possible. You need an allergist, not the internet, to sort this out. ...Read more
6 yr old boy Nocturnal asthma how to relieve it if inhaler isn't helping at night time? And spits out prednisone medication when given orally.
You should speak: to his doctor. I don't know what inhaler he is on. If it is a bronchodilator (such as albuterol or xopenex), he may benefit from an inhaled steroid (or through a nebulizer), but only his doctor can make that determination. If he is having labored breathing, you should take him to an emergency room to be seen. ...Read more
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