Posted on 4/24/20 6:36 PM
@Readybird19641! You should be fine with all your inhalers.
Posted on 5/2/20 5:52 AM
Posted on 5/2/20 5:54 AM
@Readybird19641! Proair is the generic form of albuterol do you should not need both. Unless one is an inhaler and one is a nebulizer? I am a respiratory therapist and an asthmatic.
Posted on 5/2/20 6:46 AM
Pro air I used when it flares up if I'm Away from home and I have a nubilzer machine at home that I used my abuterol in and im also on Singular .. For my asthma ..
Posted on 5/11/20 3:52 AM
I am coping with lockdown
city is opening up tomorrow but I am not ready
Posted on 6/2/20 9:24 PM
Hi all im in same situation had asthma all my life had pneumonia a few times went to e.r yesterday but good thingies doctor said is your going home to take treatment for small botches of pneumonia they said they found in my catscan..i have 5 children and my anxiety drives me up the wall...only thing I didn't understand was they said to take it as covid but not confirmed what kind of pneumonia it was...my vitals were fine and said breathing sounded good..i had symptoms about 5 days ago but no fever took 2 test both were negative took a test Sunday so now waiting on those results ...
Posted on 6/3/20 7:05 PM
Hi Juan. Yes they will say treat it as covid for now just to quarantine if any other symptoms arise. I was diagnosed with Covid and never caught a fever, minimal coughing due to having asthma. But the difference and what made them decide to test me was that, none of my treatments was working not even prednisone. I continued to go back to the doctor/hospital X-ray was always clear. But the very last time I went they decided to test me because I work in the hospital and it made no sense for me to keep going back to work if I did in fact have covid. But each time they would tell me treat it as covid and stay home
Posted on 6/4/20 5:32 PM
Oh I see thank you for the response I’m feeling a little better today just a little cough no other symptoms