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Bring Primatene Mist Back!

Knowing I have asthma makes life hard enough but when you have a sudden attack and don't have your medication with you, the next best thing is to run to a drug store and get an over the counter inhaler for quick relief so you can make it to the hospital. Primatene Mist was great for that, easy to use and fast acting. Now that it is gone, I thought I could manage with just my medication. I was wrong. Another sudden attack on my way home in the car, my medication packed in a bag somewhere in the trunk. So I stopped at a drug store in hope of finding something for help. I got Asthmanefrin which I almost died on the spot over the price. Paid for it, went out to my car and opened it only to have trouble figuring this thing out. I ended up going to the ER in that town only because the Ast...

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Novo Salbutamol inhaler vs Primatene Mist

I would like to know if a Novo Salburiamol inhaler is safe. And does it have similar ingredients as Primatene mist? Specifically epinephrine? ## It risks causing complications and side effects the same as any other medication. And no, Salbutamol is the active ingredient in it. Its common side effects may include nausea, dizziness muscle cramps and headache. Are there any other questions or concerns?

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