I tried to take ADVAIR (love the design) but after one week--everytime I wanted to talk--I had to constantly clear my throat! I could never have more than a few minutes without having to clear my throat!
Anyone else with this problem? AND my voice sounded like it was "cracky" or like getting over brochitis!
i didn't have that problem, but i did find that advair didn't work for me, even at the highest dose. i got put on pulmicort and foradil that did wonders for me and last month i got put on symbicort which is a combo of the pulmicort and foradil. Maybe symbicort would not cause you these symptoms?
I've had Athma ever since I was born & I was on ADVAIR when I was a child and I've never had that happend to me. =D I think ADVAIR is one of the medicine they should take off from Doctor's & Medical places since it doesn't help others & you loose your voice. I really do hope you get better. =) God bless you.
one of the sideeffects is hoaresness and you can lose your voice. I've been using Advair for a week and a half and I do have to clear my throat more than normal but haven't had any problems with losing my voice.
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