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Advair vs. Sudafed for Common Cold

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fluticasone/salmeterol is a formulation containing fluticasone propionate and salmeterol used in the management of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It is marketed by GlaxoSmithKline under various trade names including Advair... Read more on Wikipedia
Sudafed is a brand name and registered trademark for over the counter (OTC) decongestants manufactured by McNeil Laboratories (a division of Johnson & Johnson) for sale in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the U... Read more on Wikipedia
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By Liliana Samples
August 26, 2014
Liliana Samples wrote
Sudafed Hallucinations
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By Thomas
April 6, 2014
Thomas wrote
Extreme Energy
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By john
March 23, 2014
john wrote
tooth pain after using advair 6 for about weeks
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By Paul
January 6, 2014
Paul wrote
Made me sick all night
The extended release sudafeds don't work for me and makes me sick too, the regular sudafed work fine though. Maybe you're the same.
Samantha  |  March 5, 2014
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By Steph
November 9, 2013
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advair diskus
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By Middle Ear
October 12, 2013
Middle Ear wrote
Sudafed middle ear fluid retension and swollen lymph node
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By KrystinA7X
September 3, 2013
KrystinA7X wrote
advair i.e pneumonia
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By Lynda B
August 23, 2013
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By Joanne
August 7, 2013
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New to Dulera
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I too appreciate these post. I have copd and have been on oxygen for 3yrs. I have been using Advair 2x's a day and Spiriva1 X's a day for yrs. My insurance won't pay for my Advair any more and suggested I use Dulera. I am afraid to use a new treatment so reading these have helped. Again, thanks for your imput.
pamela  |  February 6, 2014
I was prescribed Singulair by my ENT, because I wanted to try something I thought would be a "lighter" form of treatment other than Dulera; after 3 days my skin was feeling as though it was hot, then cold, and being scraped by pins! Also, the dreams I had were vivid and very strange, and I was extremely agitated. So, I am now in the process of making myself try the Dulera, hoping it will work and I won't be allergic!
Lynn Eaton  |  December 30, 2013
I was given Dulera over 3 weeks ago, and I am afraid to use it. I have a mild asthma, whistling and a little wheezing at night. One doctor told me he controlled his without meds, and I am so fearful, wishing I wasnt' this way... I am glad to see the positive comments about the drug.
Lynn Eaton  |  December 27, 2013
Thank you for posting. I am beginning Dulera this evening for the first time. I have been on Qvar and its not been helping much. So have been on breathing treatments and now beginning Dulera and stopping Qvar. Will post when I have used for a week. Thanks.
Mrs. L.V. Bontrager  |  October 19, 2013
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What patients are saying about Advair vs. Sudafed

51 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
it too). Can't take sudafed- my body turns it into...
I take Advair 250/50, albuterol, singulair, zyrtec (up to 3 a day), and flonase (been doubling it too). Can't take sudafed- my body turns it into meth and I have...
When it's bad I alternate between sudafed and benadryl. So...
...new management plan will work. We have him on Advair 500/50, Flovent 110, Nasonex and Astelin, and Zyrtec. When it's bad I alternate between sudafed and benadryl. So far, we are doing okay, but...
which I happen to have also. Sudafed 12 hr works well for...
...it looks like he has sinus problems, which I happen to have also. Sudafed 12 hr works well for opening up those sinuses. He kind ...what I have. I have Advair around but it does more...
and an occasional sudafed. This helps, but not as well...
I was on Advair, singular, and the puffer, but ...have steroids, and an occasional sudafed. This helps, but not as well ...exercise, because I start feeling bad, but I can swim...
I am, however, allergic to Sudafed. Red spots all over,...
...have any trouble with either Advair or Singulair. I am also ...of still more stuff, but Advair and Singulair are OK. The ...well. I am, however, allergic to Sudafed. Red spots all ove...
I am, however, allergic to Sudafed. Red spots all over,...
...have any trouble with either Advair or Singulair. I am also ...of still more stuff, but Advair and Singulair are OK. The ...well. I am, however, allergic to Sudafed. Red spots all ove...
Singulair and Advair, which saved my life!! He may be...
...I have seen. He prescribed Singulair and Advair, which saved my life!! He may be able ...need the allegra and the sudafed, too. If you have a ...find relief. My dad had severe asthma and ...
with the regular Sudafed in it. It worked the best for me...
I take Singulair, Advair 250, and was taking Chlortrimaton ...are really bad, I'll take Actifed for a few days ...the one with the regular Sudafed in it. It worked the best for me...
can I take 60 mg of sudafed. I checked the interaction?...
...- I take xanax and advair, can I take 60 mg of sudafed. I checked the...
I've gotten wicked hyper off of Sudafed. Also, Advair. I...
...just makes you feel incredibly sick now. I haven't drank cough syrup, but I've gotten wicked hyper off of Sudafed. Also, Advair. I took like a...
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