Is ventolin inhaler not good for pregnant women? I am havin asthma

Asthma in Pregnancy. Yes use your ventolin. Use all your inhalers while you are pregnant. Breathing is important to have a healthy mom and baby.

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I'm 7 months pregnant and have asthma which very rarely bothers me but I'm very wheezy at the moment can I use my ventolin inhaler?

Yes. If you have a history of asthma and are currently experiencing symptoms then treating with ventolin is appropriate. If symptoms persist despite treatment make sure to contact your primary care doctor to make sure you get evaluated so that this does not progress into an asthma flare. Good luck. Read more...

I'm pregnant and have very serious asthma. I puff my proventil (albuterol) inhaler atleast 6-7 times a day. Can using my inhaler too much harm the baby or me?

Yes. You need to see your obstetrician right away or go to urgent care or emergency room. If you are using your inhaler that much, then you need a steroid to be added to your daily regimen so that you don't run the risk of a full blown asthma attack which can harm you or the baby. Definitely call doctor today or if you're having any shortness of breath, go to emergency room today. Best of luck. Read more...

I want ask u about asthma in children 12months here docto gave him inhaler of ventolin 3times aday. It's not good to take it 3 times aday?

OK when needed. If your child has asthma, or reactive airway disease, and is currently having an exacerbation ("asthma attack") ventolin (albuterol) may be used at this frequency to improve his/her condition. Read more...
Asthma. Ventolin inhaler can be used in young children via an airochamper with mask or albuterol solution by nebulizer every 4 hours as needed, other meds are available depending on the severity of his asthma, make sure he is not exposed to passive smoking, or any triggers in her environment. Good luck. . Read more...

Asthma...I take both preventive and rescue inhaler but my asthma not under control. I know it's not good to take ventolin a lot but I do. 6 Times aday?

Uncontrolled asthma. If your asthma is not controlled it is time to see your Dr or a pulmonologist, there are several options to add to your treatment plan, are you using singulair (montelukast) too? Are you exposed to any triggers such as smoking or passive smoking, animal dandruff, dust mite, etc, does exercise aggravate your asthma?please take care of yourself, feel better & good luck. . Read more...
Asthma. You will need a short burst of prednisone by mouth to bring your asthma under control. e.g. 30 mg twice daily for 5 days. Also, you may have to increase the strength of the inhaled steroids. Read more...
Asthma. You are right your asthma is not well controlled. You need to see your doc. Discuss what other options are out there for preventative (duel meds, adjuncts etc) that may help you get better control. Make sure that you are compliant and avoid cigarette smoking at all costs. Your doc who knows you best is going to be your best resource. If you feel otherwise then request a referral to a pulmonologist. Read more...
Know your triggers. Asthma always has certain things (your "triggers") that cause the bronchospasm and inflammation of the lining of your airways. Common triggers are: exercise, various fumes, tobacco smoke, pets, cold air temp., air pollution, etc. You need to know what specifically triggers your asthma. Montelukast is a medicine often used to help control asthma due to various allergens. Best wishes. Read more...