I agree to continue to work with your doctor but I also feel that if you are feeling ill advised with your current doctor to find a second opinion. I am 27 years old and have suffered with sever asthma my entire life. A friend of mine recommended that I see a pulminary specialist and they would be able to help me even more than what my current doctor could. Now, I am on meds that work, make me feel great and I can actually work out and get healthy. I can't remember the last time that I have had to take my emergency inhaler. Seek guidance help is out there, you shouldn't have difficutly breathing... no one should. Keep your chin up!
Continue to work with your doctor. There are other medications out there that fit into this drug class. QVAR is an older medication, there are much newer ones on the market. I took this generic version many years ago, don't remember the way it made me feel.
Edited by: BEATLEBEAR at: 1/7/2011 (17:56)
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Has anyone taken OVAR and if so have you or have you heard of anyone feeling worse afterwards? I have never felt good right after I take OVAR I always feel a heaviness in my lungs but today it was the worse so I took my ProAir which helped. I emailed my dr and she told me to stay off of the OVAR for a while and see what happens. I do not want to take OVAR ever again but I also get this constant asthma cough that is so annoying which is why I went on OVAR. Any suggestions?
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