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Levolin nebulizer for asthma
Is it okay to take levolin 1.25mg 3 times a day with nebulizer in asthma with severe coughing? Is 1.25mg for 3 times a safe dosage?
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Depending upon your symptoms medication needs to be adjusted dose and also drug,need to know details of history and comorbidities etc for further evaluation and management
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Taking levolin alone for asthma is not advisable. You may get a symptomatic relief, but your disease will not be controlled. Consult a pulmonologist to get started on controller medications for your asthma
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Hi. I understand your concern. Yes. Do a online consult for a detailed analysis of your symptoms and to suggest you further management plan and treatment prescription for the same
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Ya safer but still take a consultation with Pulmonologist for better evaluation and treatment
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Pl start with lesser dose.if the symptoms are not relieved, you can increase the dose,as per the symptoms. Inhalers  are safe.you can consult Pulmonologist online with all the reports and treatment taken ,for proper titration of the dose.
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Frequency of nebulizer is to be adjusted according to severity of symptoms. Additional medications can be added if there are persistent symptoms.
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Consult a pulmonologist for further evaluation
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Monitor oxygen levels
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