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kgfrompa
04-22-2011, 05:33 PM
Has this happened to anyone else I went in for allergie shots and then was taken off my singulair I have been so sick my lungs are full and I have such a sore throat. My doctor put me back on singulair and I am on IVs but who would know such a small pill would be so inportant!

kgfrompa
04-22-2011, 05:33 PM
Has this happened to anyone else I went in for allergie shots and then was taken off my singulair I have been so sick my lungs are full and I have such a sore throat. My doctor put me back on singulair and I am on IVs but who would know such a small pill would be so inportant!

kgfrompa
04-22-2011, 05:33 PM
Has this happened to anyone else I went in for allergie shots and then was taken off my singulair I have been so sick my lungs are full and I have such a sore throat. My doctor put me back on singulair and I am on IVs but who would know such a small pill would be so inportant!

Beccamom
05-07-2011, 09:35 AM
I am not a medical person, but my daughter has been on Singulair for 8 of her 11 years and the pulmonologist always says that will be the last medicine kept. I am a fan of minimizing any medicines we can since she has had many negative side affects from other medicines. I was told that signulair helps to keep the pulsox up even when PFTs go down. I am not sure how, but when I took her off of it for a few weeks her pulsox did go down and on it her pulsox is up even when PFTs go down. Crazy such a little pill.

Beccamom
05-07-2011, 09:35 AM
I am not a medical person, but my daughter has been on Singulair for 8 of her 11 years and the pulmonologist always says that will be the last medicine kept. I am a fan of minimizing any medicines we can since she has had many negative side affects from other medicines. I was told that signulair helps to keep the pulsox up even when PFTs go down. I am not sure how, but when I took her off of it for a few weeks her pulsox did go down and on it her pulsox is up even when PFTs go down. Crazy such a little pill.

Beccamom
05-07-2011, 09:35 AM
I am not a medical person, but my daughter has been on Singulair for 8 of her 11 years and the pulmonologist always says that will be the last medicine kept. I am a fan of minimizing any medicines we can since she has had many negative side affects from other medicines. I was told that signulair helps to keep the pulsox up even when PFTs go down. I am not sure how, but when I took her off of it for a few weeks her pulsox did go down and on it her pulsox is up even when PFTs go down. Crazy such a little pill.

Simba15
06-12-2011, 08:39 AM
Upon being dianosed I was taken off singulair b/c it is processed in the liver and the dr didn't want to compromise my liver. if it helps you take it and don't go off it.

Simba15
06-12-2011, 08:39 AM
Upon being dianosed I was taken off singulair b/c it is processed in the liver and the dr didn't want to compromise my liver. if it helps you take it and don't go off it.

Simba15
06-12-2011, 08:39 AM
Upon being dianosed I was taken off singulair b/c it is processed in the liver and the dr didn't want to compromise my liver. if it helps you take it and don't go off it.

sunshine39656
03-06-2012, 02:35 PM
This is a VERY important pill. I went off for about a month and started getting extreme migraine headaches. It has taken me quite some time to get over it, and I'm still not quite over it. I take this little pill religiously!

sunshine39656
03-06-2012, 02:35 PM
This is a VERY important pill. I went off for about a month and started getting extreme migraine headaches. It has taken me quite some time to get over it, and I'm still not quite over it. I take this little pill religiously!