16 Aug 2010
Celestone (betamethasone) will work for asthma (I'm assuming here that you mean the oral dose) but it should only be used in asthma attacks or severe asthma. Regular oral corticosteroid use in asthma is probably not necessary and is avoided due to side effects ... inhalers work quite well.
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- Side Effects of Celestone (detailed)
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