... 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
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
How they adapted to the switch, and if they are concerned about the increased risk of asthma related deaths associated with Symbicort. My doctor just ...
1 answer • 7 Nov 2009
I have had asthma all my life, and came off my inhaler 10 years ago. Yesterday, I saw the doctor for asthma, and he put me back on an inhaler ...
4 answers • 22 Sep 2012
My 9 yr old is on provigil, singulair, symbicort, albuterol, fluticosolone, and patanase any effect?
She gets allergy shots weekly nothing seems to help she adjusts to meds then docs change them
1 answer • 15 Jan 2013
I was just prescribed Singulair to control my asthma/allergy symptoms, and had high hopes, as I've been on Symbicort, Duoneb, Albuterol prn and ...
1 answer • 24 Jul 2013
I am 18 years old and have had 10 surgeries to place t tubes in my ears since I was three. They usually fall about about 6 months to a year at best ...
1 answer • 11 Dec 2014