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Suffering from asthma. Prescribed seretide evohaler, aerolin, weakness, dizziness. Cure for asthma?

Respected sir, i have problem of asthma. medical specialist has advised me Seretide evohaler( salmeterol + fluticasone propionate )25/250mcg and Aerolin( salbutamol ) 100mcg. i am using these since last week. but i am feeling weakness and dizziness .and when i use it i feel like my ears are heavy and feel numbness. i need your kind advise please. regards
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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I am not able to judge Because you have not written history
Since how many years you are sufferingThe exact diagnosis and advice for cUre can be wored out after your full history in detals
These inhalers are to control the symptomps
According to your signs and symptomps Aerolin can cause week ness
You can add tab singular 10 mgm tds
and fexofenadine 120 mg once a day to clear ear symptomps
take for 2 - 3 week
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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