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Hi, I have asthsma and use Advair. I have heard about some potential worrysome side effectsd and it's damm expensive. Does anyone have a better choice for controlling asthsma?
Forgot to take advair last night and paying the price
Like a dummy I left the house very early this morning without taking my Advair and I'm paying the price. Nothing real serious but I an tell the difference.
Hubby would like to know what the difference ( aside from price ) is between advair and symbicort. Advair is $176/month...but he could get symbicort for less than $50/month. Because of the price difference he would like to ask his doctor about changing it. Think his lung specialist would go for that if he asked? Are there any other inhalers that are similar to advair?
Symbicort for example includes both Pulmicort, as well as an LABA called Formoterol. Another example is Advair (Flovent/Salmeterol). I would definitely recommend seeing your Pulmonary Specialist.
Thank you for the reply. When I was first diagnosed, my doctor said I should take my ventolin (my rescue inhaler) two puffs four times per day until I go to a specialist, I only take it twice a day, do you think that could make a difference?
I have already been on antibiotics twice this year and i am coughing up so much phlegm now it's making me weak all over. I take advair, am trying the new drug dailiresp, 1mg. of klonipen and wellbutrin {even tho i have not smoked in two years}. I have applied for disability and according to the pulmonologist my fev1 is 0.97 and my diffusing capacity 9.1. Those are 35% and 38% of predicted respectively. Am I just prone to catching colds or do you think I'm getting worse?
I'm glad that your husband bought the medication. The price is outrageous though. Does the company that manufactures symbicort offer any coupons or programs to help lower the cost? Some companies do. It might be worth a look.
I have been told since then that it would likely not have helped. Most recently I have been given Advair and another currently promoted drug and again it helped for a couple of months. The best nose spray is Astelin. But again, it loses it's effectiveness before long. For the last few years, I have just managed the problem.
My prescription for the newest asthma inhaler from my doctor now costs me $184 for one dose. I've taken Foradil and Advair before and they both work, so I started looking up affordable brands online. A website says that they sell about a year's supply of generic Foradil prescription. There's no reviews on it or anything.... Is it trustworthy or not? Suggestions??
i've been taking inhalers since 2002, advair 500/50 spiriva and asmanet which i stopped taking and my MD put me on ipratopium/albuteral & budesonide because the cost of the 3 inhalers was $1,800 for 90 days when i fell into the donut hole last june. i still take rescue inhalers depending on what samples he has.i suffered from such a dry mouth that my tongue was cracking and my teeth were getting loose. they would just fall out at the gumline from gingivitus.
SO true, I once went to a doctor for a persistent cough (when I first put my daughter in day care). Sent me home with advair. The advair didn't work out. I never went back. Soon the cough went away. coupla years later I go to get life insurance. I tell them who my doctor is. they pull the file and see "asthma" written on the chart. Drove the rate up by 40%. I fought them and won. If what the doc wrote on the chart can be argued against, make the case!
) and I'm now on Advair and Albuterol for breathing. Don't know yet if it's asthma, emphasema, ??. The echocardiogram is next week. I go back to the doctor on Aug. 2 (but I hope to get a phone call with some results before that). In the mean time the Ultracet seems to be helping the muscle pain AND the brain fog. I'm at work now and feeling better than I have in a while.
My COPD appears to be stable, but my overall health and activity are much improved since I stopped taking the prescribed poison. I was taking Advair. This may have a different name in the UK. One of the components was salmeterol and the other was fluticasone. After I got off this I tried another steroid inhaler that did not have salmeterol with the same dreadful results. Then I went natural. It is cheaper, there are no side effects and it is more efficacious.
Cromolyn sodium has been a blessing in preventing t cell reactions in my child. They are also using Advair and Singulair to prevent attacks. I don't know if they are available where you are. Have you been check for allergies? they are a big reason for URI problems. Also, gastrointestinal disturbanceds like GERD are related to asthma. I agree with you, once your immune system, overreacts in one organ or system, what keeps it from doing it to other systems? hope you find some answers.
Advair, Singulair, Neonase, Albuterol, Combivent plus benedryl and if that doesn't work, I go to Zyrtec then to Allegra... I also drink a ton of Dayquil when it gets really bad.... Take Mucinex and other mucous thinners. It's been very hard to just get gulps of air.... Sigh. So Prednisone went in at 7 am today. I've been terrified that I'd have to take the Prednisone - for fear of "reactivating" the HepC virus... But because Dr.
I have been studying for several years to try to figure out exactly what my breathing issue is and how to treat/cure it In desperation due to it's worsening, I went the allopathic route and was told I have COPD, although not told at what stage I am. I was put on oxygen and albuterol.. also wanted me on advair, but I don't want to deal with those side affects. Could you explain what your air hunger symptoms are? are they similar to COPD? Are you doing better now? Thanks.
When I lay on my side I can barely breathe because it is like my rib cage is collapsing and can't expand to get air in. They have tried me on advair or singular and stuff like that because they said I have asthma (diagnosis which I still don't believe) but it doesn't work or help me out. I was referred to the cardiologist and was told I have Mitrial Valve Prolapse...
Low diffusion and saturation suggested COPD, but her lung function was 115% of normal (so very mild) Put on Advair and Spyriva...1 month later, diffusion dropped! But lungs were always clear, functioning at over 100%. Sent for every test you can imagine - from CT angiogram, etc. to CT chest - no shunts, no embolisms, fibrosis,etc. Oxygen level at night 98% (no not apnea). After two ecocardiograms and a 5 bubble echos-no hole in heart.
It is driving me nuts. For a while I thought it was my vitamins, then maybe the advair inhaler. It does happen a lot when I eat something too. I do have asthma and just had sinus surgery for pansinusitis. I was hoping the surgery would stop the cough, but it didn't. If anyone knows more about what the cause might be, I sure would like to hear it.
Yep, same thing here...I am 41, about 50 pounds overweight, would like to get more exercise but with three teenagers in the house and working...don't seem to find much time for myself and my feet hurt all the time because I'm flat-footed and should probably get orthodics but insurance doesn't cover that. I take the following medications: advair & albuterol for asthma, lisinopril for blood pressure, zyrtek for allergies, and effexor for anxiety and depression.
My lung specialist says its just all in my head and that i have this because ive become aware of my breathing pattern. i've used advair, singular and breathing pumps for asthma with no results. when im sitting or laying down its seems to be fine but when i stand up or move it kicks in more. I'm losing hope on what's going on with me. Does anyone have this?If so can anyone recommend anything else i should look for?
because after trying EVERY p-n-d remedy, every asthma and cough remedy and going on/off/on/off lisinopril, nexium, advair, astelin, nasocort, singulair, albuterol, fexonfenadine (allegra generic) and others there is no abatement or solution except Tussionex. I even go "off" it every thirty days and go through the "jags" a little and then back on the doses so I don't get "hooked" (I remember the sixties).
I think as we get older we really begin to realize the damage that we have done......I have used advair for about 5 years now and now, after my quit, I don't need it twice a day as prescribed but I still use it occasionally. My circulation was really bad, when the temp went below 50, my toes and fingertips got really cold. Now, they are back to normal! My stamina has increased.....I do an hour of cardio 3 or 4 times a week and am actually up to nearly 5 miles!!
The pulminologist has given me a steroidal enhaler (Advair) at the max dosage to take bi-daily for the next month or two. It's been a couple of weeks and I don't see any improvement. Does anybody know what this problem might be? Has anyone had a similar experience to this? I really need help because I want to knick this problem in the butt.......It is miserable being 26, so young and living with this.
He seemed to focus on the thrush thing and my inhaled steroid use (Advair for asthma). He said those can cause thrush (as I know, I do rinse), and seemed content to have put my question to rest. Did I do this wrong? Do I have reason to suspect immune stuff? We've had to treat me like a mildly immuno-compromised person since I had pneumonia in 1997. I've had multiple doctors ask if I've been tested for HIV. ("You shouldn't have a virus for this long.
I'm 24 now--the first time I ever had an anxiety episode was in college when I was about 19 and I had started taking advair and singulair for the first time for my asthma/allergies. I'm still convinced that that's what has opened the floodgates for me, so to speak. As far as anxiety disorders go, different things can trigger the onset of them if you have a genetic predisposition for it, and for me that's what it was and I've had a problem with it ever since.
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