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nick is using an inhaler with a spacer for the past few months, no trips to the er he hasnt needed his nebulizer since early november. he hasn't been wheezing. he has been snoring some times at nite. he has an appt in feb to check how its helping him. hope a safe and happy new yr to everyone.
our furry daughter Kit Kat (cat- tortie) 2yrs old
Yay!!! I am so glad he is going so much better!!! Is it a rescue inhaler or a daily medication? Danny has both and they are both used twice daily.... :/ They are pretty much out of options for him because he is maxed out on everything...if it keeps him breathing, we keep doing it. :/
There are daily, preventative medications that work to reduce inflammation and such... Then there are rescue inhalers that are used to relieve asthma attacks. A daily medication won't stop an asthma attack but a rescue inhaler (usually albuterol or pulmicort) works for that purpose.