... should you still take the inhalers
8 Jul 2010
If the allergies manifest as hayfever symptoms (rhinitis) then it is unlikely that inhalers will work to relieve it. You will need nasal anti-hayfever medicines or orally antihistamines. If the allergies manifest as itch, rash, etc., then you will need to take oral medicine.
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
One being Combivent and they other is Symbicort 160/4.5. His lung capacity is 45 percent. Since starting these breather he has just lost all of his ...
5 answers • 7 Jun 2010
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - I've been diagnosed w/COPD and am on oxygen. About 8 months ago my Pulm. specialist put me on Spiriva ...
2 answers • 30 Jun 2010
I started using symbicort in January because of copd & asthma. My levels in Jan 2011 were normal. My blood got tested again in Jul 2011 and they ...
1 answer • 13 Jul 2011
have copd & take spriva as well as ventilan hfa inhaler
2 answers • 4 Dec 2011
symbicort 160/4.5 What is the difference and has anyone heard of these?
1 answer • 22 Apr 2014