She was diagnosed with exercise induced asthma a little over a month ago. She has been prescribed Advair HFA along with a rescue enhailer (ProAir HFA) and Xyzol allerergy med. She has developed a chronic cough due to excessive mucus which results in frequent vomiting. She is miserable and is becoming worse. She is a soccer player and is now is unable to run due to the mucus which makes her choke, cough, and throw up.
28 Jun 2010
Contact your Doctor ASAP she might be experiencing side effects of one of these drugs. In the mean time there is an itneractions checker on this site click on it and follow the steps it´s quite simple to use and very helpfulf.
Good luck, and I truly wish for your daughter to recover.
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