Albuteral Inhaler

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I need to know who the manufacturers are for the following prescription drugs:Albuterol Inhaler, Advair 250/50,Flonase, Enablex, Pletal, Coumadin, Colestid, Ultram, Zantac, Lipitor, Tylenol, Zoloft, Xannax, Wellbutrin x 2, Adderall XR Thank You



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JDW Says:

I believe my taking Albuteral Inhaler has caused me to be very sensitive, to UV (sunlight). If any are out there that seem to have this problem as well please report in with your symptoms.

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JDW Says:

I believe my taking Albuterol Inhaler has caused me to be very sensitive, to UV (sunlight). If any are out there that seem to have this problem as well please report in with your symptoms.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, that is very possible. Most of these meds come with warnings about sun exposure while using them. I use Albuterol as well, and the warning is on the patient leaflet from the pharmacy everytime I get a refill.

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jim Says:

i think i am too.my legs get weak and i getshort of breath a since taking albuterol inhalers.

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Karen Says:

Recently hospitalized for double pnuemonia and a bacteria in my blood. I was taking robotussin, ceftin, breathing treatments including albuteral, ipratropium bromide, several steroids and antibiotics and I was sent home with most of the same plus inhaler asmanex HFA. My diagnostics were positive for Methamphetamine on a PO check in and they refuse to consider it could be some of these meds. Could it be any or a combination of these?

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