Doctor insights on:
Safe Pvcs Asthma
Maybe not: B-blockers result in bronchconstriction, meaning the airways tend to close whereas b-agonists tend to bronchodilate, or open the airways. So, b-blockers may result in airway closure leading to acute asthma symptoms. (note: even b-blocker eye drops can have this effect!) some b-blockers do this to a lesser extent than others so check with your doctor first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Asthma is a disease of the lungs caused by chronic inflammation of the airways most often caused by allergies. This inflammation results in airway swelling and hyperactivity leading to difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, dry cough, etc. MIT is a diagnosis made by combining clinical ...Read more
4yr old taking Qvar and Albuterol for asthma. Can these medications increase heart rate and cause PVC's?
What can I do to strenthen my lungs I have sleep apnea and allergy asthma pvcs and and like to do lung range of motion exercise with ambu bag and ewot?
Vising?: Did you mean visine or vaporizing ? As for oral inhaler, the bronchodilator ones should not be used regularly as a maintenance medication since it may actually worsen your asthma. The steroid one can be safely used without or with a long-acting bronchodilator with little or no significant long term side effects except in very high doses. Either the nebulized or meter-dose ones are ok. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maintenance med: Take flovent, advair, or some other asthma maintenance medicine as your first treatment. Asthma attacks occur when your maintenance treatment is overwhelmed and needs the assistance of an immediate-acting med such as albuterol. Avoid allergy and other asthma triggers, like smoke or fumes; and hopefully, then you will be able to avoid asthma attacks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have mild to moderate asthma. Is dulera a safe medicine to take? I have read that it increases asthma related deaths? Is it well tested?
No evidence: Although the initial study involving only a long acting bronchodilator (laba) often on patients who were not on inhaled steroid at the same time showed a slight increase in risk for asthma deaths. Subsequent studies failed to confirm this finding as long as the patients were on an inhaled steroid (ics). In fact, the combination of a laba and ICS (dulera) works better than doubling the ICS dose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a eucalyptus sauna safe for asthma. I haven't had an attack since i was six and can do high intensity exercises without my asthma being triggered.
Likely OK: If you don't have active asthma, you'll likely be fine. But be aware, you can never tell what may set off "asthmatic" lungs. It's possible that the "vaporized" eucalyptus oil may irritate your lungs and set off an asthma flare. If the heat of a sauna alone could do this. So just be aware and vigilant and you should be fine. Best of luck. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Is it safe to take beta blockers for pvcs if alsi have asthma?
- Safe freezer asthma
- Safe smoke cigarettes asthma
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Clotrimazole safe for penis
- Is vimax detox safe?
- Is xanax and nyquil safe?
- Diet pills are really safe
- Talk to a pulmonologist online for free