Yes. Mucinex (guaifenesin) is a medication to help liquify secretions. If secretions are hard to raise, Mucinex (guaifenesin) may be helpful as an adjunct. It may be more helpful in treating copd.
Mucinex (guaifenesin) Though not helpful for your bronchial spasm, excessive mucous is produced with this condition. Mucinex (guaifenesin) is only used by some of use if the mucous gets too thick and discolored from a secondary injection.
No. Mucinex (guaifenesin) is not an effective treatment for asthma.
It can be but... Guaifenesin is used to relieve chest congestion. Guaifenesin may help control symptoms but does not treat the cause of symptoms or speed recovery. Guaifenesin is in a class of medications called expectorants. It works by thinning the mucus in the air passages to make it easier to cough up the mucus and clear the airways. Best asthma meds: albuterol/corticosteriods.
Safe. But, it is not very beneficial.
Yes. I find it a go to drug for thinning bronchial secretions so they can be coughed out. It is one of the few things we have for such problems that does some good.
Not much. Mucinex (guaifenesin) d helps to thin out mucous and decrease congestion. Asthma symptoms of wheezing and shortness of breath will not improve with Mucinex (guaifenesin) alone. Usually an inhailer to open the lung passages is required to improve asthma symptoms.
A little. Mucinex (guaifenesin) thins out mucous, aiding the patient to expel excess. However asthma symptoms are a result of constricted inflamed bronchi, and Mucinex (guaifenesin) is neither an anti inflammatory nor a bronchodilator - therefore being ineffective in relieving asthmatic symptoms.
It will not help. Mucinex (guaifenesin) d will not help with Asthma Symptoms.
Maybe maybe not. Though products like mucinex (guaifenesin) can reduce mucus production which is part of the asthma scenario, preventing mucus production in the first place is more important. This can be done by using your controller inhaler regularly. Unlike rescue inhalers, controllers must be taken on a routine basis to have a beneficial effect. Part of this is reducing mucus. Good Luck.
Mucinex (guaifenesin) says ask a doctor before using if you have asthma? Is it safe to take Mucinex (guaifenesin) if you have asthma?
Yes. Use of this product is well tolerated by asthma patients and does not interfere with common asthma medications.
Mucinex (guaifenesin) If you are not wheezing from your asthma you can take mucinex (guaifenesin).
Yes. I have several patients with asthma that take Mucinex (guaifenesin) to help as a mucolytic agent. Be sure you tell your treating dr. So they can add the drug to your medication list and assure there are no drug interactions. Go to your same pharmacy, so they can assure all is well too. Best wishes.
It can be used. It can be used for short period as an expectorant if you have productive cough but if the cough is due to bronchial asthma than your cough will improve as your asthma is brought under control so if you have asthma you need to use inhalers for asthma to control/relieve asthma symptoms including cough. And you can use it for short term along with asthma rx.
I have asthma and my chest feels very congested but I caint cough nothing up but my asthma is worse because of this would taking mucinex (guaifenesin) dm work?
Must treat Asthma. Mucinex (guaifenesin) does not do anything for asthma, which is a potentially life threatening illness. Asthmatic bronchitis has cough and needs attention by an experienced Doc., best is a pulmonary specialist. Generally they have completed an internal medicine residency and fellowship in pulmonary medicine. A family practitioner may also help at least to start.
Mucinex (guaifenesin) DM is. Unlikely to help much. Are you using your prescribed inhalers? If not, you should start them. If you are and are still having difficulty, you should see your doctor so they can listen to your chest and also examine you for any other infection...so you can get the proper diagnoses and treatment.
I have serve asthma. I am on Advair, Convent. Singular, and Albuterol. I have a lot of thick mucus all the time. Can I take Mucinex (guaifenesin) everyday long term?
Ask your pulmonaryMD. Ask your medical professional who if prescribing your extensive pulmonary meds what their suggestion is in view of your specific needs.
Not necessarily. Thick mucus may be due to asthma, various other lung problems, but also due to sinusitis and gastric acid reflux. Codeine may be the culprit in your case along with your reflux. If you are not treated by an asthma specialist, you should see one. In the meantime try to avoid codeine and take good care of your reflux.
I have asthma, went from not having to use inhaler at all to atleast 3 times a day, reoccurring chest congestion, allergic to mucinex, (guaifenesin) any suggestions?
See your DR. Avoid smoking. Allow no smoking anywhere near you. Avoid cats. Avoid anyplace occupied by any cat in recent weeks. You need a different inhaler, possibly other therapy.
Need to be seen. It sounds like your asthma has progressed. Albuterol is not adequate once being used that often. You likely need a steroid inhaler at least. However, you should also have someone see why things are worse. Smoking, or environmental exposures (mold, allergens), infections (sinus, lung), or even more serious problems like cystic fibrosis can be causes. Time to be seen for full history and exam.
See doc ASAP. This means that your asthma is getting out of control (when you need to use inhaler more than 2x/wk). See your doctor to get a controller medication before you end up in the hospital.