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5 2 weeks ago got diagnosed with asthma and was put on FLOVENT DISK inhaler since than he has been complaining of dizzyness, headaches, and feels like vomiting... I know these can be symptoms of this medication, but should I worry abt them or is it something that is short term?
Normally I only need to take my preventative med (pulmicort turbohaler now, but flovent 125 before) in the summer when there is lots smog and the humidity is high. I was put on pulmicort in the summer because the flovent didn't work anymore. I would usually stop taking my inhaler after nasty season but this year i kept taking it because my asthma kept bothering me. I take the pulmicort inhaler 2 times a day, 2 puffs. I end up taking my blue inhaler at least 4 or 5 times a week now.
Advair combines Fluticasone (a corticosteroid) and Salmeterol (a beta2-agonist), while Symbicort combines Budesonide (a corticosteroid) and Formoterol (a beta2-agonist). Both are good options, that come in a variety of different strengths. Alternatively, corticosteroid inhalers without the beta2-agonist component are also available. Common corticosteroid options include Pulmicort, Aerobid, Flovent, Asmanex, and Asmacort.
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