Is Symicort Causing Flu Like Symptoms

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Deborah Says:
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Started using symicort about 3 weeks ago for possibly asthma or bronchitis...havent really gotten a definite diagnosis yet...but my question is I all of a sudden feel very lethargic and weak...kinda like the feeling when I'm getting sick with fever but do not have fever...is this a side effect of symicort and should I be concerned...i go to my pulmonologist in 3 days but I just feel like complete mush...also have a headache.



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Verwon Says:

How are you doing, now, Deborah? Has there been any change?

The FDA does list these symptoms as being possible side effects of this medication, but they do advise you consult your doctor to be safe. Other side effects may include dry mouth, odd taste in mouth, nervousness, and insomnia.

What did your pulmonologist say? Are you on any other medications?

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