Elevated liver enzymes is reported only by a few people who take Albuterol. We study 57,579 people who have side effects while taking Albuterol from FDA and social media. Among them, 3 have Elevated liver enzymes. Find out below who they are, when they have Elevated liver enzymes and more.
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Albuterol has active ingredients of albuterol. It is often used in asthma. (latest outcomes from Albuterol 77,451 users)
Elevated liver enzymes (high liver enzymes) has been reported by people with high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, stress and anxiety, depression (latest reports from 257 Elevated liver enzymes patients).
On Oct, 18, 2016
57,579 people reported to have side effects when taking Albuterol.
Among them, 3 people (0.01%) have Elevated Liver Enzymes
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** Reports from social media are used.
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Hello All- Found you all here by searching Albuterol & Urinary incontinence. A little about me is that I'm pretty healthy, well I was. Just turned 53 young. I've been trim all my life. Though now slowly bloating due to asthma meds and lack of exercise due to aforementioned breathing issues. I have allergies. No test has been able to determine what I am allergic to i.e. Animals, Environmental triggers (trees, pollen..), Foods. Four years ago I was diagnosed with asthma. And now I nightly suffer astma attacks which triggers urine to start trickling out me. I cannot even believe I'm typing these words about myself. Well, that's not all their is to tell about me. It's just the little that brings me here to find out that I'm not alone with this. And I do not have any of the other issues that I read others have with urinary incontinence. I take no other meds or have any other known issues. This all seems surreal to me. So I'm trying to be optimistic about it all and I'm looking forward to learning more about this. Gratefully yours, Julia
Hello, in my early 20s I developed gastro-intestinal issues. I was prescribed Tagamet initially, but it never seemed to adequately manage the condition and I eventually developed a secondary condition called gynecomastia so I was taken off the Tagamet. Over the next 10 years I tried a myriad of other drugs. Pepcid, zantac, stelabid #2, prepulcid, pariat, pantloc and 1 or 2 that I may have forgotten. The majority of these drugs did little or virtually nothing to control the hyper- acidic conditition. In the early 90s I had finally found something that worked exceptionally well, Omeprazole (Losec). I had been taking 20mg daily right up until early 2016. Losec had become relatively ineffective at this time and I was briefly put on Pantoloc. Pantoloc like many previous drugs, was ineffective. In March of 2016, I began taking Dexilant and it has controlled my condition relatively well up until recently, when I was diagnosed with elevated liver enzymes (somewhere in the 300s, when it should be in the 30s.). While I enjoy the odd drink, I am not someone who consumes "alcoholic" proportions. I have had a few "stomache aches" over the past few months that tend to come and go and the doctor suspects it could be gallbladder related. I am due to have an abdominal assesment on Sept. 19. I will post a follow up then. I hope the information that I've provided will benefit the group.
I was given drugs for an exacerbation..of reactive.airway...WHICH...I have not had since 2008...all my drugs were old..I went to my primary care ..She prescribed all my respiratory care..I had..in 2008..except one...Albuterol..I was on xopenex.before and it worked perfectly..She indicated with ...
Hello All- Found you all here by searching Albuterol & Urinary incontinence. A little about me is that I'm pretty healthy, well I was. Just turned 53 young. I've been trim all my life. Though now slowly bloating due to asthma meds and lack of exercise due to aforementioned breathing ...
Hello, in my early 20s I developed gastro-intestinal issues. I was prescribed Tagamet initially, but it never seemed to adequately manage the condition and I eventually developed a secondary condition called gynecomastia so I was taken off the Tagamet. Over the next 10 years I tried a myriad of ...
Hello, I have been in pain management for a year. Normally I take anywhere from 1 to 2 percocet at night in order to get pain relief from a spinal cord tumor. Sometimes I won't take any, other times I only take one or a half. There were days that I took 3 in a day due to severe pain. I have ...
Hi, I am a 67 year old man. I have had psoriasis for decades. This past spring I was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. I am a fairly heavy drinker and occasionally my AST and ALT are slightly elevated. I saw a rhumotologist this week and she ordered a series of blood work and X-rays. I got the ...
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