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Orange inhaler for asthma

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Iwas recently diagnosed with asthma , but m symptoms are not well controlled. What inhalers are usually used first? ...

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Are there any effective rescue inhalers for asthma patients other than albuterol , but which don t contain steroids or dairy/lactose? (Any physician but Dr. XXXXXXX Rynne please.) ...

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Can asthma be classified as mild persistent, mild intermittent, moderate persistent or severe persistent on the basis of how many times patient needs to use a rescue inhaler each day? ...

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since been diagnosed with asthma and am treated with inhalers. I am experiencing chest pains with increasing amounts and an unproductive cough . The inhalers are not helping and the pains are coming ...

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was there after taking medicine also.. then from 19 XXXXXXX 2014 doctor given symbiva inhaler formoterol fumarate and budesonide inhaler daily two times two puff each for two months... now I'm taking I for 1.5 months ...

Public Forum Discussions

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Dear sir i have been suffereing chest tightness since 10 years and sneezing with cold i have last 15 years. i have taken sidha and ayurvedic no efffect. By using inhaler i felt good but i am ...

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Hi, I have been diagnosed with Asthma and I use an inhaler daily, but lately I have been experiencing uncontrollable exhaling. At this time, my sinuses are not stuffed up or clogged in any way, but I ...

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I was diagnosed with asthma a few months ago and recently got a cold and chest infection. In the past 6 days, I have taken 7 asthma attacks and have started coughing up a lot of orange mucos. Also I ...

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HI I got viral bronchitis approx. 4 weeks ago was really sick and have now got bronchial asthma which I have never had before, I now have 2 inhalers an orange one and a blue one which is helping. My ...

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I am a patient of Asthma and am taking 2 puffs of Asthalin Inhaler each time in Morning and night ... change of weather from Summer to Winters). I have increased the frequency of inhaler but not much ...

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discover that I have asthma problem by checkin blood report and x-ray of my chest...he gave me esiflo inhaler...I would like to know this inhaler will cure my asthma and it is addicted?...and is there any ...

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, Allegra and Symbicort Inhaler.My concern is - Is Deriphllin habit forming? Is Salbutamol inhaler a better ...

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-997. Doctor suggested it is asthma and suggested to use inhaler My obervation is that I am feeling relieved/better when I eat cheston cold and thus have not used inhaler yet. Could you pls suggest ...

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i am 21 years old weight 45 kg height 5 3 & i have problem of seasonal asthma since 5 years and taking seroflo inhaler when attack precipitates. i want to ask whether it is harmful to take only inhaler ...

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I am a severe asthmatic and find my asthma difficult to stabilize. I am currently using - Ventolin, and Symbicort and find myself quite wheezy even though I am religious about using my inhalers. Is there another ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

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mild-inhalers, severe-oxygen,nebulisations,antibiotics and steroids.

doctor1 MD

There are several medicines used for asthma. The most commonly used are salbutamol inhalers. Steroids are used for treating severe asthmatic attacks. Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM

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Inhalers and nebulisers. Avoid dust. Reply with thanks.