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Can I ship my father his albuterol?

Posted 13 Jun 2013 by Myalynn05 1 answer

He left it a brand new 2.5 mg canister here in Texas while visiting us from Montana. He took his nebulizer in his suitcase but justnhad his prescription refilled and for got to take home with him.

Does Xopenex exist in a generic form?

Posted 14 Feb 2014 by Jambalaya 1 answer

For inhalation via nebulizer when I need to get rid of excess fluid, phlegm. I presently use - when necessary - Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Solution 0.083 %. I alsouse Symbicort 160/4.5 twice daily. For your information, I suffer from Wet Macular Degeneration.

Albuterol - My son is three yrs old with asthma. Dr. Says every four hours for breathing treatments?

Posted 13 Feb 2014 by cburrows 1 answer

... Is it ok to give on hour three

Diabetes, Type 2 - I would like to know if a blood sugar level of 136 can be treated with just diet?

Posted 18 Aug 2009 by Energizer Bunny 5 answers

... and exercise. I have COPD and I take Spiriva, Zyban and Albuterol and I am scared to take the medicines (Metformin 1000 mg and Pravastatin 40mg tabs) that my doctor gave me because of all of the side effects and drug interactions.

Expired albuterol inn\haler?

Posted 6 Jun 2010 by malawson 3 answers

My son has exercise induced asthma. We found an Albuterol inhaler that expired in Feb. of 2009. Is it still safe to use?

How 2 pack albuterol sulfate 4 inhalation for long air travel?

Posted 13 Dec 2013 by TOBY624 1 answer

air travel to Hawaii can be as long as 10 hours. how should I pack it? Am concerned about the temperature window for this medication. Also, do you know if it can go in hand luggage?

Albuterol - Is it true that infants below 6 months of age,do not have enough B2 receptors and then?

Posted 23 Oct 2013 by vicmangue 1 answer

... salbutamol is not recommended?

Is mucus build up a side effect of albuterol?

Posted 19 Aug 2010 by idk9494 2 answers

I was diagnosed with exercise induced asthma a week ago. Since I have started taking albuterol, mucus builds up in my throat and I have a runny/stuffy nose. This is affecting my breathing more than the untreated asthma was. Is this a side effect of albuterol or something else?

Once you stop taking it, how long does the medication (Albuterol) stay in your lungs?

Posted 26 Dec 2010 by assamabonga 1 answer

I had a bad reaction to it and I can smell it on my breath, and taste it, plus it makes my chest and abdominal area feel as if it's on fire.

Albuterol/Ipratropium - can this cause chest pain high blood pressure and rapid heartbeat?

Posted 12 Jan 2013 by maximusdadius 4 answers

took this new inhaler and experienced these symptoms went away as the time went on very nervous

Can albuterol inhaler cause the user to have amphetemine side effects?

Posted 7 May 2013 by cc7 1 answer

The reason for my question is I tested positive for methamphetemines and amphetemines in two recent drug screens for my child custody case. I know that this could not be true. If I can't find any information I am going to be charged with child neglect and lose my 10 year old daughter.

What if any interactions can cause a heart infarction?

Posted 18 Jun 2013 by Christina L 3 answers

MAJOR INTERACTIONS: citalopram <--> asenapine; potassium chloride <--> lisinopril; albuterol (Proventil HFA) <--> citalopram; oxybutynin <--> potassium chloride There are also quite a few moderate interactions with the medication I am taking.

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