Is there any side effects montair for children ?
I have been advised to use montair 4mg once a day(at night) for my 3 year old who has been diagnosed with allergies-she coughs alot especially at night. she has also been prescribed seroflo 125, two puffs twice a day. the montair has been prescribed for 3 months. was wondering if there are any...
Is it safe to use inhaler and montair tablet for a long time?
my baby is 4 yrs old and is suffering frequently with cough and cold. I have shown to many doctors and they have suggested to continue with foracort inhaler and montair tablet for 10 yrs. is it safe to use inhaler for such a long time or i should discontinue it?
is montair lc is best or deriphyllin retard 150mg for 75 yr female suffering from asthma and bp using the above mentioned medicines and ramistar H & seroflo,
Montair lc is not needed if she has asthma.
U can give her plain montair along with seroflo
As per guidelines if her asthma is still not under control after these then u can add a deriphylline retard but deriphylline will cause a lot of gastritis
I am taking livolin 2 puffs twice, combihale ff 250 2 puffs twice and montair lc daily from last one year . what are the side effects of these medicines.
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The salts that you are using are anti-asthmatic and minute doses of steroids.
Steroids in minute doses do not ordinarily have any systemic side effects. Locally, it may cause fungal infection in nose, throat, cough. Levolin may cause tremors, rapid heart rate, sweating etc.
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I have had breathlessness over the last few days. My tests indicated esnophilia.i am havin montair lc but no improvement
You might be having asthma in addition to the nasal blockage or allergic reaction .
Only montair lc will not work you need steroid sprays consult your doctor ENT specialist for the same. And in addition take bronchodilators only after consulting your doctor.
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