Pulmicort (budesonide) can come in solution which for asthma is then inhaled by using a nebulizer machine to aerosolize the medication. Swallowed Pulmicort (budesonide) is combined with other components such as Splenda to create a slurry which is then swallowed. This Swallowed budesonide (Pulmicort) Slurry may be used for those who may have more difficuly with dry swallowing fluticasone from an MDI. For those who are on swallowed steroids it is recommended not to eat or drink anything for 30 minutes after taking this medication so that it can provide optimal coating of the esophagus. Furthermore, anyone on these medications should swish and spit or brush their teeth after each use to remove any residual steroids in the mouth where it may have unwanted side effects.
Should one’s asthma get worse after taking Flovent or the inhaler not long helps then one’s doctor should be contacted. And if one has any other problems then the doctor should be consulted. Also the doctor should be able to provide any help needed and answer any questions that might come up about the inhaler, its use or asthma treatments . And if needed he or she can direct one to additional sources to be sure one can be informed about all the aspects of usage for Flovent inhalers. It will all be part of the process needed to help with the proper usage of product.
Symptoms of bronchiectasis include shortness of breath, fatigue, chronic cough, bloody sputum, and wheezing. Treatment for bronchiectasis include antibiotics and possibly surgery.