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Posted 16 Sep 2010 by carlpatt • 2 answers
Will proair substitute for use of symbicort?
Posted 16 Jan 2016 by Lester Weiner • 0 answers
albuterol (ProAir HFA) causes moderate interactions with my other medications: venlafaxine and Symbicort.
Posted 5 Dec 2015 by jeffrey ht • 0 answers
Posted 22 Aug 2015 by thumper2124 • 2 answers
Just need to find out if its normal to only get 50 puffs out of 200?
Posted 4 Dec 2014 • 1 answer
I have asthma and i use a proair hfa, but its almost empty. I don't have health insurance at the moment and i am wondering if i can get it without a prescription?
Posted 3 Nov 2011 by dfee • 1 answer
.I've was prescribed ProAir HFA for my occasional asthma 2 years ago,now my doctor prescribed me Qvar 80mcg.I wanted to know if anyone was on this combination of medications for asthma and what added benefit for taking Qvar would be?
Posted 16 Feb 2014 by avaquinn • 1 answer
Posted 11 Sep 2013 by midnight monarch • 1 answer
... good but now when I take a deep breath I get sharp pains in my chest & shoulders. Is this a common side effect or should I be calling the Dr.?
Posted 28 Nov 2013 by jacjess1214 • 1 answer
... chest; what should I do to find comfort? I also got some of the inhaler medicine on my tongue then I got the tightness in my chest. Should I go to the doctor or what happens now. I was ok until I took this medicine and I took more puffs than usual because I was not sure if it was anymore ...
ProAir HFA - I have been prescribed both Pro Air and Combivent, whats is the difference between the?
Posted 28 Jun 2011 by Eddieed1952 • 1 answer
... two, and which one is considered a fast acting inhaler?
Posted 12 Oct 2009 by jackietwo • 3 answers
If I had bronchitis but no more refills is primatene something to use when still have shortness of breathe
ProAir HFA - how can I get my pro air for free I am on state help and it cost me alouts of money is?
Posted 2 Sep 2011 by lovebear • 1 answer
... they a number i can call
Posted 29 Dec 2009 by gnarlyskigirl • 1 answer
Albuterol HFA, Ventolin HFA, Proair HFA; also QVAR HFA, Flovent HFA and other corticosteroid inhalers I understand the patents for many of these were set to expire November 2009, but I cannot find information on the estimated availability of generic versions of these inhalers. Does anyone have an ...
Posted 27 Apr 2010 by leo1947 • 1 answer
... the medicine in it i was told to take the arvair first then pro air
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