Asthma

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Asthma is the common chronic (medicine) inflammatory disease of the bronchi characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, revers...
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Common Asthma treatments discussed around the web
Albuterol 19,527 Prednisone 16,733 Ventolin 13,304
692,967 conversations around the web about Asthma to help you make a decision
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Albuterol
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Pulmicort Respules
Other name: Ventolin (Ventolin)
Other name: Pulmicort (Pulmicort)
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0.5
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Asthma
Wheezing
Shortness Of Breath
Asthma Attack
COPD*
Breathing Problems
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Allergies
COPD*
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Salbutamol (International Nonproprietary Name) or albuterol (United States Adopted Name) is a short-acting beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist used for the relief of bronchospasm in conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease....
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Budesonide is a glucocorticoid steroid for the treatment of asthma and non-infectious rhinitis (including hay fever and other allergies), and for treatment and prevention of nasal polyposis. In addition, it is used for Crohn's disease (inflammatory bowel...
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Alb
Jittery
7
Tiredness
7
Vomiting
6
Anxiety
6
Tachycardia
5
Shaking
5
Ear Infection
5
Sinus Infections
4
GERD
4
Headaches
4
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Diabetes Insipidus
6
Weight Gain
3
Bad Dreams
3
Candida
2
Drowsy
2
Gastritis
2
Hallucinations
2
High Blood Pressure
2
Psychotic
2
Night Terrors
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Vomiting
Alb
Pul
6
0
Anxiety
Alb
Pul
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0
Tachycardia
Alb
Pul
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0
Shaking
Alb
Pul
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0
Ear Infection
Alb
Pul
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0
Sinus Infections
Alb
Pul
4
0
GERD
Alb
Pul
4
0
Headaches
Alb
Pul
4
0
Diabetes Insipidus
Pul
Alb
6
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Weight Gain
Pul
Alb
3
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Bad Dreams
Pul
Alb
3
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Candida
Pul
Alb
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Drowsy
Pul
Alb
2
0
Gastritis
Pul
Alb
2
0
Hallucinations
Pul
Alb
2
0
High Blood Pressure
Pul
Alb
2
0
Psychotic
Pul
Alb
2
0
Night Terrors
Pul
Alb
2
0
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About Albuterol
Salbutamol (International Nonproprietary Name) or albuterol (United States Adopted Name) is a short-acting beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist used for the relief of bronchospasm in conditions such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease....
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Albuterol
About Pulmicort Respules
Budesonide is a glucocorticoid steroid for the treatment of asthma and non-infectious rhinitis (including hay fever and other allergies), and for treatment and prevention of nasal polyposis. In addition, it is used for Crohn's disease (inflammatory bowel...
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w/albuterol to my nebulized regimen. This has helped me...
" ...just had my doc add Pulmicort respules mixed w/albuterol to my nebulized regimen. This has helped me a great deal. I take 10mg prednisone am and 10mg pm ...problem. Good luck and feel better "

told me I had anxiety and to take albuterol if I needed it....
" ...me I had anxiety and to take albuterol if I needed it. Turns out my lungs were bad then, and got worse and worse. I was intubated and all at my last ER visit...and when I had PFTs after the tube wa... "

headaches, shortness of breath, the shakes and cold sweats...
" ...and could not breathe...Should I continue to use my albuterol inhaler when needed ...these along with my albuterol, I get headaches, shortness of breath, the shakes and cold sweats along with pe... "

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I use Albuterol Sulfate and Pulmicort Respules together?...
" ...doesn't have asthma but can I use Albuterol Sulfate and Pulmicort Respules together? Is it... "

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with pulmicort respules and an albuterol/Terbutaline...
" ...pretty bad asthma as well. It can be scary. We use a nebulizer with pulmicort respules and an albuterol/Terbutaline inhaler. This... "

mediciane I am using is albuterol Sulfate 4x''s a day and...
" ...the mediciane I am using is albuterol Sulfate 4x''s a day and Pulmicort Respules 2x''s a day. I was ...steriod and you can have weight gain from this. Is this ...using or is just the albut... "

mouth! I'm on nebulizer Albuterol Sulfate and Pulmicort...
" ...candida grosses me out and I don't want it...especially in my mouth! I'm on nebulizer Albuterol Sulfate and Pulmicort Respules. Dulera and Ventolin. I have more meds but these are the only one... "

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is currently using albuterol sulfate 0.083% four times a...
" ...albuterol sulfate and pulmicort respules My daughter is ...is currently using albuterol sulfate 0.083% four times ...treatments with the pulmicort respules (nudesonide inhalation suspenstion... "

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he also takes pulmicort respules everyday and albuterol...
" ...and then he also takes pulmicort respules everyday and albuterol when asthma attaacks get him ...and doesnt want to have asthma anymore! I feel bad ...tried takin him off his allergy meds be... "

you could use, pulmicort respules 0.25mg/2ml about 3...
" ...steroid/nebulizer.. For a child that size/age you could use, pulmicort respules 0.25mg/2ml about 3 times a day. This is a ...the right combo of meds. Albuterol will cause fast heart rate, cause... "

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