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Zyflo Side Effects
Why does it seem singular is well known & used by many versus Zyflo. Is Zyflo safe? Singular just doesn't help enough. I was told to look into Zyfl
Singulair: is the newer med and taken only once daily. It was marketed more aggressively. Zyflo has worked well for many of my patients. ...Read more
Yes, maybe . . .: Zyflo & zyflo cr are brands of zileuton, which is a leukotriene inhibitor. Montelukast & zafirlukast are also leukotriene inhibitors that are available as generic. Ask your prescribing physician if one of these might serve as a less expensive alternative. I've also compiled a page of low cost, even free, medical care & pharmaceutical options at http://bit.Ly/nunxzc (my website). ...Read more
Blood monitoring key: Once started liver function tests should be checked monthly for 3 months, then once every three months For one year. Then periodically after that. Since it seems to put more pressure on the liver other medications like Tylenol and ifoods or drinks like alcohol should be avoided or used in minimum levels. ...Read more
Started zyflo cr, nebuluzer pulmacort and albuterol 4 days ago. Peak flow still 60% of expected. How long should it take to improve?
2 weeks : You should discuss with your physician about risks and benefits of adding long acting beta agonists ( laba) to your regimen sounds like you may need it. ...Read more
Peak flow 60% of normal. Yesterday started zyflo cr, nebuluzer pulmacort and albuterol. I have a splitting headache. Is this from low peak flow?
Is Zyflo safe to take? Is it better than Singulair? Singulair doesn't completely work for me. I still feel raspy. I feel like airways&throat sandpaper
Yes: It's similar to singulair, but may work better for u. Other consideration to look at is silent reflux if u have tried many different allergy like meds and non work. Silent reflux from stomach can causes u'r symptoms too. The reason it's "silent" is because it does not cause pain or heartburn. ...Read more
Controllers: Controller medications in general do not make the heart rate increase as much as bronchodilators like albuterol, pirbuterol, salmeterol and formoterol. Inhaled steroids only make the heart rate increase rarely. Singulair and its cousins, Accolate and zyflo also do not tend to have this side effect. Mast cell stabilitzers like intal, tilade, don't either, but no longer available, sadly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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