Coughing is found among people who take Dulera, especially for people who are female, 60+ old , have been taking the drug for < 1 month, also take medication Albuterol., and have Asthma . We study 1,773 people who have side effects while taking Dulera from FDA and social media. Among them, 112 have Coughing. Find out below who they are, when they have Coughing and more.
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Dulera has active ingredients of formoterol fumarate; mometasone furoate. It is often used in asthma. (latest outcomes from Dulera 1,883 users)
Coughing has been reported by people with nausea, blood glucose increased, constipation, drug ineffective, sepsis (latest reports from 128,368 Coughing patients).
On Sep, 16, 2016
1,773 people reported to have side effects when taking Dulera.
Among them, 112 people (6.32%) have Coughing
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** Reports from social media are used.
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Hi, I have been taking Dulera for 6 years for moderate persistent asthma. I hate the fact that there is risk of death (black box warning) for my medication. I am working hard to reduce my weight another 30 pounds on the hopes that my asthma will be improved and my pulmonologist thinks when I do I won't need to take it anymore. My diet also does include no wheat, soy, dairy, sugar caffeine, or artificial ingredients.
I am 12 years post total hysterectomy. I used essential oils to help balance my hormones prior to going on hormone therapy 9 weeks ago which I am using the pellets in my hip and take extra progesterone at night because my second set of labs said I needed more. I should have done this years ago ...
I started taking Levothyroxine in February 2015. It was great. I had more energy,lost weight and my hair grew back in the bald spots that resulted in the hypothyroidism diagnosis and reason for taking the medicine. I started with a dry hacking cough Memorial Day weekend. This has progressed ...
Hi, I have been taking Dulera for 6 years for moderate persistent asthma. I hate the fact that there is risk of death (black box warning) for my medication. I am working hard to reduce my weight another 30 pounds on the hopes that my asthma will be improved and my pulmonologist thinks when I ...
I have been on Zoloft for approximately 3 years. I have also been on reflux medication, which had kept my reflux pretty much under control. I would say that about two years ago I developed a dry, annoying cough and in the past several months it has gotten worse. My throat is always dry and ...
I have had this cough for years. I am offered mints or a glass of water wherever I go. When I look down to work with my phone or read, I also start coughing. I cough when sleeping. I have had a chest X-ray, allergy testing, and other tests, but still no relief.
Hello, Signing in for the first time. I seem to have developed a dry cough. I thought it was metformin which has been known to definitely call Jose dry cough and gas, but I have stopped taking the Metforin for the Past week and I still have the dry cough with a lot of gas. Have been taking ...
I'm a 67 yr. old female. I've been taking corticosteroids for 4 yrs. recently been having aching in legs and buttocks. Think maybe the corticosteroids may be causing it. I have crest syndrome for 26 yrs., but never had this problem until recently.
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