... tonsils by age 2 now been on albuterol pulmicort singulair zyrtec now seein pulmonologist who prescribed qvar and carbinoxamin my child who hasnt had behavior issues at school has now displayed anger, agitation now dr wants to stay on carbinoximin & change to flovent any advice??? mood swings w flovent thanks erin
1 Jan 2012
if any of these medications is a steroid type like many asthma meds have, then that will be causing these symptoms. google all the medications prescribed to see if any are steroid. i believe pulmicort is a type of steroid. also if the asthma is that bad and your child is being treated with steroid type medication. it will save his/her life. leanne
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