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How many hours apart should meds be taken if they are not to be taken together?

Posted 17 Aug 2014 by anncaillier 1 answer

Albuterol should not be taken with multiple different meds, should it be taken before or after taking oral meds & how much time needs to be between breathing treatment & oral meds?

Can you recommend an inhaler that does not use albuterol sulfate?

Posted 24 Jun 2013 by mc_cater 1 answer

I am allergic to albuterol sulfate, it causes numbing of my mouth/nose if I use the HFA inhalers more than 3-4 times in a week. I have tried symbicort, seravent, ventolin, proair inhalers as my everyday inhalers and all have the same result of numbness within 3-4 days of daily use. I was on Advair ...

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.

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.

I gave my 11 year old grandson a breathing treatment with albuterol for breathing issues?

Posted 10 Apr 2014 by wendellasue 2 answers

He takes ADHD medications. He was not prescribed albuterol. He was having trouble breathing and my 2 year old grandson takes the albuterol. In an emergency, what are the chances of a drug interaction between the two medications.

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?

My doctor told me to give my 6 year old abuterol sulfate inhaler and qvar 80 mcg it's ok to give?

Posted 8 Apr 2014 by Isabel8311 1 answer

... them both all day and at the same time is that correct

Albuterol - My dad has copd and uses ventolin inhaler. He also has dementia which is worsening. He?

Posted 2 Oct 2013 by newtjo9 2 answers

... is in assisted living. I know he does not always use inhaler properly and has no schedule to use it. He is probably overusing it. He also takes 2 brovana treatments daily. Any suggestions or comments on the inhaler situation?

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

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?

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