Can an albuterol inhaler cause permanent muscle damage?

Answer Although permanent muscle damage is not considered a possible side effect of inhaled albuterol, it may cause some temporary muscle cramping. See your doctor if this cramping is severe or does not g... Read More »

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Is an albuterol inhaler a steroid?

Inhaled albuterol is not a steroid. It is considered a bronchodilator and can be prescribed alone or in combination with inhaled or oral corticosteroids to help treat difficult breathing in patient... Read More »

What is an albuterol inhaler?

Albuterol is a medication used to treat breathing difficulties associated with conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma. This medication is attached to an inhaler that pumps... Read More »

Can you get any permanent damage from a muscle cramp or charlie horse?

No, not really. Deep muscle cramps can be felt days or even weeks later, but unless you had some external trauma (car accident, a fall, etc) there shouldn't be any permanent damage.Make sure ... Read More »

Can i take my albuterol inhaler with terbinafine?

On One Hand: Drug Interactions of TerbinafineAccording to, albuterol inhalers are not listed as a possible negative drug interaction. WebMD states most negative interactions with terbinaf... Read More »