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Having your voice disappear for a week qualifies as not agreeing with you and you say it's getting worse. Advair is not for everyone. Your doctor needs to know Advair does not agree with you and he or she needs to prescribe another medication for you and tell you how to get your voice back. Good luck.
I don't see any problem with using the Advair. As always, be careful with how you use it but inhaling Advair should not be a problem after the first 24-48 hours. Also, when we mention to be careful when spitting or sucking through a straw, I believe that generates more pressure in the oral cavity than the use of Advair. I haven't personally used it but it doesn't seem to be as intense.
I take advair, 250/50. Now I have thrush! Has anyone else dealt with this? Nasty Stuff!
I currently use Advair 100/50. I have been on it since last May. For the first 7 months I had no problems, then a visit to my doctor in Dec. revealed a mild case of thrush.
I took Advair and the same thing happened to me. I had to go in for meds to control thrush. The lady I live next door to also said her daughter uses it and gets thrush if she doesn't brush her teeth after use everytime. I suggest you call for some anti fungal meds.
I am a 43 year old man who was recently diagnosed with COPD, specificaly Emphysema. I first began using Spiriva about a year ago with a severe upper respiratory infection/Bronchial infection, and noticed that every now and then, my tongue swells up. The swelling seems to be mainly the bottom of the tongue and feels bruised before and during the swelling, at the base of the tongue. I have heard that this could be a possible side effect of Spiriva, but can't find the info anywhere.
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.
As for your teeth and mouth, your doctor should have given you instructions to rinse or brush your teeth after using the Advair, otherwise it can eat through the enamel and also cause sores and sensitivity in your mouth. If you have any concerns, you should call your doctor or pharmacist. Hope this helps.
how many times can you call a doctor in a week? good news , i finally found an agency that is going to help me get my teeth fixed. i went to a senior health meeting and the dentist said that advair and other inhalers cause gingivitus and that's what made my teeth start to fall out.
I never had terrible teeth, but he asked me if I was inducing vomiting because my teeth were so damaged. I was not. I have 8 cavities and now need a root canal. He said my front teeth are looking weak. I have been using advair and then switched to Asmanex for about a year. The dentist seems to think this was the cause of the extremity of the tooth decay. Could this be the case? I was even rinsing my mouth out after each use of Asmanex. Could it just be because of the lapse in dental care?
I have been using asthma inhalers for many years to control mild excercise induced asthma. Approx 2 years ago switched to Advair from Ventolin. Recent visit to dentist has shown SIGNIFICANT increase in decay. I am not a sweet eater and no other real reasons for this. Prior history relatively normal ie teeth not great but not this bad. Dentist remarked that only seen such rapid and widespread decay in "crystal meth drug users".
but within 1 year or a little more of using inhalers like advair, spiriva and asmanex my teeth started breaking at the gum line due to gingivitus and i needed new teeth. my advice to you, i have no medical background, would be if your take such meds is to ask your doctor to put you on nebulizers. if it's gingivitus from poor care of your teeth.
My tongue has a coating of white on it, not sure what it is. Your mouth is dry and sticky probably from dehydration. I have also gotten white crystals around my mouth from too much salt in diet and dehydration.
Had terrible pains in upper, lower chest and back. Was given Advair. Took the Advair twice. Had awful chest pains from it. Stopped taking Advair. Went back to Dr's, was diagnosed with Pleurisy. Given Naproxan for inflammation. Took a chest x-ray 2 weeks ago. Was told it was clear. 5. Chest pains have subsided, have stopped taking Naproxen. 6.
Does anyone know whether those injections would have had an effect on my teeth? Or, does anyone know if Advair would have any enamel softening effects? It is possible the cause is genetic, but I thought it couldn't hurt to ask. I have also read recently that bruxism (grinding of the teeth) is common among asthmatics. Can anyone elaborate on this? Thanks!
The vision improved followed by a severe headache extending into my sinus, teeth, and that side of my head. This is better but the pressure in my eye and sinus remain. I am taking advair for Asthma, have a history of TMD and developed floaters in this eye about a year ago. The vein in the temple has also been rather blue for some time now. The first appointment I could get with an eye specialist is in two weeks.
I am having reoccuring thrush, is this normal from asthma attacks/dyspnea? My doctor has prescribed advair to me and I am undoubtful of it helping... But what's scaring me a little is my weight loss. 2 weeks ago I was 175 lb. Last tues, I was 172 lb. Last Friday, I was 170. Yesterday, I was 168 lb... But the one symptom that really bothers me is hot tingling flashes and feelings of being pinched inside on my arms and legs. Now I feel it more on my head. Is this normal of dyspnea?
I have been using asthma inhalers for many years to control mild excercise induced asthma. Approx 2 years ago switched to Advair from Ventolin. Recent visit to dentist has shown SIGNIFICANT increase in decay. I am not a sweet eater and no other real reasons for this. Prior history relatively normal ie teeth not great but not this bad. Dentist remarked that only seen such rapid and widespread decay in "crystal meth drug users".
I currently take daily medications (Advair, Singulair, daily xtra stregnth Reactin, and a pill for GERD - severe acid reflux). I have had excessive phlegm since being diagnosed almost two years ago - but today - I woke up with a very strange and foul taste in my mouth, so foul I can smell it. Then I coughed and out flew (seriously flew) a small greenish/tan coloured pea shaped ball. It looked like a small pea - except the colour was more tan/brown than green.
I asked the dentist about it. He thought I might be grinding my teeth when exercising and told me to watch it. It wasn't any specific tooth and within a month the pain stopped and just an odd sensation is noticed on the right side of my throat. I also noticed something that has probably been going on for some time, but I just thought it was related to aging until recently. It seems I'm not fully swallowing my food. It feels like its sort of stuck on the right side of my upper throat.
and he put me on Advair Diskus 500/50 for 2 weeks, then will have a PFT to see if there is any permanent lung damage, as I was a smoker for over 30 years, but did successfully quit over 5 months ago.Have almost finished the Advair,and see no improvement in these symptoms.Getting very frustrated due to the fact this is interfering with my life everyday.Any suggestions?? One specialist I saw saqid that if the PFT tests come back inconclusive he will send me to an Eye,Nose, and Throat specialist.
I am usually on prednisone, albuterol, advair, and an allergy pill---none of those are working either. I cannot sleep throughout the night because I wake up gasping for air. I cannot excercise let alone take a shower and brush my teeth without being exhausted due to shortness of breath. I am 30 years old, 150 pounds, 5 ft 6 in. I developed asthma at age 13. I had a surgery at the age of 6 wks old called Total Anamalous Pulmonary Venous Connection. Please please if you can help-----HELP.
I will also have pain in my upper jaw/teeth area. The headaches and the choking on mucus are by far the worse symptoms. I have been diagnosed with chronic sinusitis, as I usually have 8-10 episodes a year. ( I am on 7 as of now) I usually have to go through 2 rounds of antibiotics and some steroids before any infection clears. I had an MRI done last week to follow a pituitary adenoma (which is stable and causing no problems). I take 1200mg of Guaifenesin daily to help thin out the mucus.
Help...had major toothache 10 days ago..x-ray revealed minor decay. Dentist said it should not have caused major tooth ache but set aug 2 for repair. woke up monday 6/25 with gum below tooth swollen..called dentist. I apparently had told them funny reaction to amoxicillian but could take augmentin..so they ordered augmentin.(I should write down..at 72 memory loss) One Augmentin pill & I threw up for 12 hours finishing at 3 AM this morning! Suppositories Fam Dr called in helped...
I take allegra, advair, flonase and singulair daily. In recent months I have started getting dry chunks of weird stuff coming from the base of my sinuses, I think. It usually happens when I clear my throat or brush my teeth. It is semi soft, grainy when squished, yellow and about the size of a large pea or even larger. Should I be concerned? I work at an envelope manufacturing plant with lots of paper dust. I have for 17 yrs. Could it be paper dust? If so, why now? I am 35 yrs old and female.
My asthma normally doesn't bother me that much because im on advair diskus 250/50 and im taking albuterol for my rescue inhaler. These always seemed to work but recently they've not been working AT ALL. My symptoms are: a dry, persistent cough, very short of breath doing simple things like making the bed and eating/brushing teeth. I have moderate persistent asthma and I even went to the doctor three days ago.
Anytime your immune system is down you can get it as well. I got mine when I was on antibiotics and advair. I switched inhalers since advair is prone to it. I hope you get better soon.
4 deg F), and copious pus in your bronchi, sinuses, or lungs, which can be heard by a doctor on examination. Other signs such as facial pain radiating to your teeth or rapid breathing with shortness of breath can help with diagnosis. No matter if viral or bacterial, there are over the counter remedies that help: humidifiers, saline drops and sprays, nasal rinses, and herbal remedies. I'll be happy to chat more about this with you!
My breathing got so worse about 6 months ago, at the time I found I had a tapeworm. After a course of a/b my breathing got even worse. Then I had teeth work done, again a doze of a/bs. The way I looked could be described as "failure to thrive". It took me a while to realize I had malabsorbtion. I started taking probiotic complex with Acidophillus 2 months ago.
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