I've never even heard of that inhaler X
openix. It sure doesn't sound like it works very well. When I take my rescue inhaler I have almost instant relief. I took albuterol until they discontinued that one and my doctor then put me on Proair and it works just as well as the abuterol. I just took an asthma education class my lung doc wanted me to take and I learned that the spacer if so much better at delivering the medication to your lungs so I now carry mine with me at all times and use it when I need too. I learned alot of stuff I didn't know or realize about
asthma from that class. I'm glad I went. Have you ever tried the proair inhaler for a rescue? It might work better. That would really scare me if it took that long for my rescue inhaler to work. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include IBS-D, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, Fibromyalgia, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back and cysts on ovaries and uterus. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems.
Meds, Nexium, gaviscon, Advair 500/50, Proventil inhaler, Plavix, Nitroquick, Benadryl, Natural progesterone cream, fish oil, calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, vitamin D, multivitamin.
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