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drud interactions

I had been taking clonazapam-up to 3mgs. per day as needed for a long time when my psyche nurse put me on Serevent. After several days I started to get chest pain in my sternum, above the solar plexus.. My psyche nurse, who had been practising over 20 yrs. said she never heard of this before, said: Maybe something is seriously wrong with you I was sure it was related to the Serevent because when I cut down, the pain would subside; and when I took more, the pain increased. I later realized the cause: When taking the Serevent, I felt less need for the Klonopin and so would take less. I was actually feeling the physical effects of anxiety/depression: which affects me as heaviness and aching in that area while not feeling it mentally; apparently blocked by the Serevent. I hope this helps ot...

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serevent diskus50mcg

inhalation powder ## Serevent Diskus contains the active ingredient Salmeterol This medicine is a beta receptor stimulant used to prevent or minimize problems in persons with breathing difficulties including asthma and chronic obstructive disorders of the lungs such as chronic bronchitis or emphysema. It works by opening the air passages in the lungs to improve breathing. IT WILL NOT STOP an asthma attack once one has started. Salmeterol is generally combined with another effective controller-type asthma medicine (such as an inhaled corticosteroid). This medicine may also be used to treat other conditions as determined by your doctor.

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