Difference between flovent and ventolin

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The medicines I take are alluporinol (Gout) Ventolin, Prevacid, Flovent, Serevent. Celexa and ativan as needed for panic attacks. I have a benign fatty liver confirmed by Biopsy 5 years ago, which causes elevations in GGT ALT AST ALP. Recently about 3 weeks ago I started having mid-chest & back pains and thought I was having a heart attack. I have had allot of recent tests including a chest x ray followed by a chest and Abdominal CT scans both with contrast and they were normal.
In general we do not use the U wave to measure the QT interval, but sometimes the difference between T wave and U wave is difficult to distinguish. In these situations, we sometimes consider the whole QTu (QT interval plus U wave) interval. The morphology or shape of the QT interval is shown to correlate with the type of long QT syndrome (1-3). This is sometimes helpful to determine what subtype your family may have, although genetic testing is more definitive when it is positive.
He had asthma so bad that he could not sleep on his back for 14 months and vommitted severely because of his asthma for the entire 14 months of his life. He is now 6 and we monitor his asthma with Ventolin and FloVent 125. A chamber to give the puffers has made ER trips few. God Bless.
I did have a chest x-ray which was clear except my doctor said that my small airways looked pronounced which could indicate airway inflammation. I had allergy testing and had a mild reaction to ragweed. I was prescribed Ventolin HFA and Asmanex. I took these medications and had a lot of side effects from both medications. The side effects felt worse than the actual symptoms.
Within an hour before his arrest he took between 6 and 8 puffs of his ventolin (albuterol) inhaler for his asthma. He was also running at the time. He has taken this since he was very small and many times had an increased HR for a short time after. I think because he took too much and not knowing at the time that he had Long QT Syndrome, caused him to have Torsades. He has had one Torsades since but did not have a cardiac arrest. He was also running after taking Ventolin.
Her asthma started at 6 months old. She takes flovent twice daily and albeuterol as needed. She was tested for allergies and doesn't have any. Her coughing lasted for so long that her asthma doctor (who is an allergist) finally looked at the mucous from her nose in a microscope and said that she had an infection. She was prescribed antibiotics for 3 weeks due to the long amount of time she had the infection and that cleared it.
It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out. The last one about 2 years ago stopped me breathing in and out completely for 10 to 15 seconds and I thought I had bought it. The spasm cough causes it all and when it goes away (usually 4 to 5 days) things are relatively normal although a normal cough stays with me for weeks after.
I woke to find myself in a sitting position with my head between my knees and the ambulance person there. After being rushed to hospital i was diagnosed as having a severe asthma attack (even though i have never had asthma) and was put on ventilin and oxygen. It took 4 hours before my breathing returned to normal and i could actually speak again. This was my wake up call. After this incident i was determined to get to the bottom of what was causing this and what it was.
I just get these violent coughing attacks that literally feel and behave as if I inhaled a bread crumb, and my body suddenly and violently is trying to cough it up. And just like when we are choking, I have a hard time catching my breath during these violent choking fits. By the time I'm done 4-8 minutes later, I'm shaking, tears streaming down my face, and I've probably wet myself. Its horrible! Does this sound familiar to anyone?
I have tried everything, netty-pot, every prescription medication and spray, saline flushes. I know I am allergic to cats and Ihave a few, but I am fine in between, then all of a sudden I have a bad sneeze day. 100 times!!! I work as a nurse - once the liquid was running out of my nose as I bent over to help a patient, embarassing. I wear face masks and explain that I don't have a cold, just allergies.
I applied it to tongue and allowed saliva to mix with it and swooshed it around about 3 minutes, spit it out and then used sturdy piece of plastic to scrape the tongue. I have done this twice a day and what a difference. I'm gong to do this about 1 week and see if it totally removes it and that it doesn't return. I'll keep you informed if you like.
I've tried drinking soda, swallowing air, etc, and it just makes me feel uncomfortable but doesn't make me burp. Instead, my throat gurgles. The best way to describe the sound is like a stomach growling, only in the throat. It's incredibly embarrassing and I can't prevent it from happening. It tends to happen a lot after I drink juice or soda, but also sometimes after meals where I only drank water.
I am 31 years old, am healthy (exercise almost daily, eat healthily, am not overweight, do not smoke, and only drink socially), and yet I always feel like my breathing is extremely laboured. I constantly yawn to try to catch a satisfying breath. There are some periods throughout the day where it's not laboured and I feel as if I breathe normally, but then it creeps up on me and I have to start yawning again.
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