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Atrovent and ventolin will help greatly with the muscle spasms but due nothing for the inflammation. You must have a medication to counter the inflammation or your lungs will continue to have issues. Good luck and hope you feel better.
Now, twelve years after breast surgery, some lymph node removal, on a new regime wiht 7% saline solution, abuterol or xopenex, Gentamicin, and Budesonide in a nebulizer 2X a day to counter act effects ofd radiartion damage to my right lung i suddenly have pain in my right lymph node. Are the nebulizer effects affectinbg my lymph nodes? Should I stop? I am travellling with my children.
Topical zinc oxide cream like Sudocrem, Desitin are very helpful(apply with a paper towel and not directly with hands).Application of mild steroid cream like dermacort also helps.For the itching pls take some over the counter antihistaminic like benadryl or Claritin.In case the symptoms persist then antifungals may be needed.Pls consult a dermatologist in that case. I hope it helps. Take care and pls do keep me posted on how you are doing or in case you have any additional doubts. Kind regards.
He or she may recommend over-the-counter medications such as Benadryl (diphenhydramine) or Claritin (loratadine), or prescription medicines such as a daily nasal steroid, such as Flonase (fluticasone), Rhinocort AQ (budesonide), Nasonex (mometasone furoate), or Beconase (beclomethasone), or a leukotriene inhibitor, such as Singulair (montelukast sodium).
Latex- this causes him the swelling of the hands and th Penicilline, (the doctors are in doubt whether it does cause the allergy) His IgE total is 2200 . The doctors have proposed an anti-IGE treatment (XOLAIR) Do you think it is a good choice? The doctors have done a biopsy to the child and they have detected eosonophils in stomach. They told us that all this is due to the food he eats. So I need to eliminate the food from the child.
I'd bet you'll get better/live. But I think the mix of over-the-counter drugs you were quaffing was enough to give anyone palpitations. Didn't your doctor comment on that? As for an electrocardiogram, that's a good test to get a better "look" at the heart than is possible with just a stethoscope and trained ear. It will not show electrical problems that are intermittent, i.e., not active during the brief period you are hooked up to the EKG (some abbreviate ECG).
I have had on and off pre-existing sinus problems, nothing an over-the-counter med wouldn't take care of. I live in the country on gravel roads...doesn't help any! But once I started tx...the sinus problems were one of the major sx I suffered from. My face and eyes were always puffy, sinus pressure, eyes watered not stop and my ears drove me crazy. It felt like my head was going to explode...I could hear a continuous throbbing in my ears...often times it kept me awake at night.
Ponstan in Greece)to alleviate the symptoms and go to the ER so that another doctor can evaluate the situation. The day after the next, I decided to go to the hospital indeed, seeing that my symptoms were stable but without any chance of improvement. The otolaryngologist there told me that I had just a little pus , but a considerable amount of mucus and an obviously irritated throat.
I am scared of letting my doc know because I don`t want to be taken off the program after all this work. She knows that I`m having trouble but not the severity. Please, if you can, tell me something encouraging or offer advise. Thanks - this board is great.
If these symptoms continue to be problems for you, you might want to try an antihistamine, which can be purchased over the counter. There is one other use for Singulair, and that is for people who have excercise induced asthma. According to Health Library at CNN.com, "Because exercise-induced asthma has the same symptoms and results from the same airway reaction involved in regular asthma, standard asthma medications can control it.
I wake in the morning and I can instantly tell if my first sneeze is normal or if it’s one that’s telling me it’s the sign of things to come for the rest of the day. If it’s the latter, a grey cloud appears over me and won’t budge until the next day. Even though I know they’ll do little good, I OD on a host of antihistamines – Benadryl, Loratadine, Clarityn, Beconase nasal spray etc. However, the sneezing continues, coupled with a feeling of fatigue and lethargy, until the early evening.
Occassionally I could manage a yawn only to feel the need for another within less than a minute. Over the course of the last couple of weeks it got worse, till finally it entered my head the moment I woke up and stayed with me till I went to sleep. IT IS MERCILESS and very hard to explain to others. After searching on the internet, trying breathing exercises, calling my cardiologist and talking with everyone that would listen I think I have found the solution, at least for myself.
I have also been taking an allergy medication called Chlorpheniramine. I have noticed that this particular over-the-counter medication works the best for me and is better than any other allergy medicines I have used. It really helps relieve the symptoms associated with having trouble breathing. If I take one in the morning, about 7:00am or 8:00am, I am usually good (no problems with heavy breathing) until 4:00pm or 5:00pm in the afternoon.
I always figure if over the counter medicine does the trick then it can't be that serious right? Am I having growing pains? Even at the age of 22???
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