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Posted 28 Oct 2016 by kiing • 0 answers
recently got diagnosed with allergy induced asthma. the doc gave me both for some reason, stated to take the Atrovent first then if needed the albuterol . i was fine with the idea until the pharmacy tech was explaining the side effects which stated the albuterol can increase heart rate... then ...
Posted 16 Jun 2016 by Brownaj • 1 answer
Posted 11 Sep 2015 by blaaccypher • 2 answers
Posted 23 Oct 2015 by Kazzyg • 0 answers
... paranoia , weakness. And general downhill health issues
Posted 27 Dec 2014 by PepperinOcala • 1 answer
Patient is 98 years old, has severe osteoporosis in spine (dowagers hump) with evidence of fractures due to the condition. Also taking Fluticasone nasal spray, Proventil and Advair. Advair could be the generator of the nightmares and hallucinations.
Is there ANY place I can get a coupon for a Ventolin or Albuterol Inhaler---I need them and I cannot
Posted 16 Sep 2014 by Henne • 2 answers
... afford them--I have no insurance
Posted 22 May 2013 by mugah39 • 1 answer
I have been on regimen of Xopenex, Budesonide, Ipratropium bromide I have COPD, IPF, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, the diseases are progressing rapidly and have been changed to Brovana and Tudorza
Posted 17 May 2012 by chrismat1970 • 1 answer
my mom had a heart attack a few years back her new dr. gave her albuterol and its causing her to be jittery and nervous
Posted 6 Feb 2011 by jcksprtt • 4 answers
He has COPD and is oxygen dependent. Lately he has been needing to take extra Albuterol-Ipratropium because he gets extremely winded just going to the bathroom.
Posted 26 Sep 2010 by georgioupolis • 1 answer
all my tests have been completed with no results ct scan and endoscopy I have been on ventolin for 4 yrs and have to use more than recommended to get relief
Posted 9 Aug 2009 by Old War Horse 2 • 1 answer
Posted 2 Aug 2010 by kmcrj • 1 answer
Posted 13 Jan 2010 by Jeanine Dubrulle • 1 answer
Using nebulizer for albuterol sulfate inhalation solutions 3mg when needed plus ADVAIR and Spiriva +oxygen at night
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