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Benzonatate - I had a bad bronchial cough. I found some 200mg tessalon perles which expired in 2007?

Posted 1 Oct 2013 by elvislover 1 answer

How come these tessalon perles worked so well when they are at least 6 years old.

Azithromycin 250 mg , why you have to take a double dose first and then single dose?

Posted 4 Feb 2011 by feelingblue 1 answer

I have bronchial pnemonia just wondering about the dose.

Donepezil and Slow Heart rate issue?

Posted 23 Sep 2010 by searchlight 1 answer

... Several weeks ago, my mother was hospitalized with Bronchial Pneumonia, and while there, the doctor announced that she had a slow heart rate, and stopped the Aricept. Today, I brought her back to her Neurologist, discussed what has been happening with my mother, and mentioned that the GP had ...

Bronchial asthma guideline treatment?

Posted 17 Mar 2012 by gana 4 answers

Clindamycin - Will this cause nightmares and/or body aches and pain?

Posted 29 Aug 2017 by chermom 1 answer

I have a severe sinus infection and bronchial cough. Zpac did not help. Dr. prescribed this... 300mg, 3x's per day. I always take meds. with food and I drink a full glass of water. I've been having such disturbing nightmares --- to the point that i wake with severe neck and head pain ...

What to take cephalexin for?

Posted 12 Nov 2017 by deeceeK 1 answer

I think I have the flu and 7 years ago I got pneumonia from it so I just started to take it today hope it helps cause I cannot get rid of this bronchial cough. To the lady who took this for a breast infection, try Lanolin or something topical and get off the antibiotic. It would be most ...

Cephalexin - my mom is 63 yrs old and has bronchial asthma and hypertension. now a doctor wants her?

Posted 19 Apr 2013 by hadra 1 answer

... to take cefalexin 500mg for knee pain due to infection. will it trigger an asthma attack because amoxillin does it in her case?

My husband has a severe bronchial infection,and is on 40mg of prednisone a day is this a large dose?

Posted 23 Mar 2016 by sbdenny60 2 answers

He is also on an antibiotic prescribed for 10 days and prednisone for 5 days with 1 refill for 5 more days and was not given step down dosage instructions. Is it dangerous for him to take 40mg per day for 10 days then just stop?

Is Benadryl a bronchial dilator?

Posted 26 Jun 2017 by terriblytom 1 answer

How to make positive effects of medrol last?

Posted 5 Aug 2012 by thompsonnm 1 answer

My doctor prescribed medrol when I moved from NM (elev. 4000 ft) to CO (5400 ft) and for three months suffered prolonged shortness of breath and excessive bronchial and nasal phlegm while working out, climbing stairs etc. Doses 1 and 2 (6 tabs) and 3 (5) have dried me out, raised my endurance and ...

What to do for a patient who has an ongoing coughing?

Posted 28 Jan 2014 by babash 2 answers

he has had the coughing for a long time.he feels some urge to clear his throat most of the time.the doctors ordered him to use some bronchial dilator sprays but nothing worked well.the doctors say it may be an allergy.i want to mention he is well while sleeping and feels bad when he wakes up.he ...

Dr put me on short term Pred about 2 weeks ago 6 days for shortness of breath felt ok for a week?

Posted 16 Feb 2014 by marti545 2 answers

Starting again with the tight upper bronchial and feeling lousy again. What is the solution, driving me nuts! I have COPD but Dr said I'm 85% functional. doesn't feel like it :( short of breath, lethargic..etc I'm taking 4 breathing treatments a day, albuterol, Spiriva 1 a day and ...

Gilenya - Has anyone developed a cough that sounds like bronchitis?

Posted 28 Sep 2014 by ms07 1 answer

I've been on Gilenya for 3 years. About 8 or 9 months ago I began to have a bronchial like cough ever now and then, but especially when I laughed. Family commented on it because I don't get bronchitis. Now I have seasonal allergy drainage & cough is much worse. Sounds awful.

Can victoza be used at the age 14?

Posted 3 Nov 2014 by Hail 2 answers

14 years old girl with morbid obesity ( 109 kg ) She is deaf-mute, with cardiomegaly. and bronchial asthma. uncontrollable over-eating.

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