Should you take mirtazapine if you have asthma?
Question posted by nonyx2 on 20 Jan 2013
Last updated on 23 January 2019 by Karmaqueen1968
I wouldn’t I’ve been on mirt for five years in the five years my asthma worsened a lot to the point I was using my reliever a lot I’ve recently swapped on to Pregabalin 2 a day they are amazing my anxiety has gone completely and I’ve not needed to use my reliever once since I started them mirt also gave me horrendous restless legs and arms
Hello nonyx2. I take Mirtazapine and have COPD. You shoul;d be fine. Most all the inhalers be they daily maintance (Spiriva) or emergency inhaler (Combinent)will not inter with the Mirtazapine/remeron. Have a great day, regards pledge
Yes, I do not see why you should not take it, Mirtazapine should not interfere with asthma.
Mirtazapine Disease Interactions (click on the link):
- Mirtazapine uses and safety info
- Mirtazapine information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Mirtazapine (detailed)
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