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Can cold air cause breathlessness without asthma? It's my trigger but inhalers barely help! (Ventolin, plus Clenil and Serevent (salmeterol) twice a day)

Consider other cause. Cold air exposure is a common trigger. Could be undiagnosed/improperly treated asthma or another condition that mimics asthma like vocal cord dysfunction. Would suggest seeing specialist for further workup and evaluation. An allergist would be someone good to talk to. Read more...

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...

Patient has been on Coreg and was just prescribed ventolin hfa on an as needed basis. Is this combination okay? This is the only beta agonist the patient is on and I know that Coreg can cause shortness of breath and maybe even asthma, which is why I think

Complicated decision. Consider using HealthTap Prime to flesh out these answers. Coreg (carvedilol) can cause shortness of breath, but it is an important medication in the treatment of high blood pressure & heart failure. Ventolin can counteract some of its (side) effects. Coreg (carvedilol) generally spares the lungs, but that isn't true for all people (some react to it differently than expected). There may be alternatives - talk to a doctor. Read more...

4monthcough keeps getting worse. Pain, shortness of breath On ventolin flovent zyrtec and singulair (montelukast) not helping lungs burn when breathing no smoking?

Something not right. If you are already under the care of a B/C allergist, then you need to get a second opinion or get to the nearest university allergy department. If not, you need to see one now. Not all SOB is from asthma. Read more...