Albuterol is given for patients having bronchospasm

Albuterol is given for patients having bronchospasm. Albuterol comes in the form of inhaler and nebulizer.

While using Albuterol, care should be taken that you follow very strictly the prescription. Moreover, you should also be careful in using the inhaler and nebulizer devices. Moreover, do not go for larger doses as it can only bring in many complications.

Before the doctor confirms to give you albuterol, inform him about all your medical conditions and also your allergies. Tell the doctor if you have any problems related to the heart or blood. This will help the doctor to make a decision whether Albuterol can be prescribed or not.

Pregnant women should never use Albuterol as the drug is known to cause harm to the newborn babe. Moreover, breast-feeding moms should only use the drug after consulting about all the risks and the complications of the drug.

Well, as some drugs can have adverse impact while taking Albuterol, it is better to inform the physician about all the medicines that you are using. Moreover, before any surgery or dental care, inform the doctor that you are using albuterol. You should also not use any asthma medicines while you are on albuterol medication.

All medicines come with side effects and Albuterol is also no exception. Some of the side effects that come with Albuterol include hives, swelling, breathing difficulties, headache, seizures, wheezing, chest tightness, uneven heartbeats, tremor, muscle weakness, high blood pressure, dizziness, sore throat and diarrhoea.