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User Voices for Albuterol

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Albuterol

Fatigue

I used albuterol all the way up to my teenage years to help stop an attack once one was started. I did not like the side effects of shaking and feeling tired after each treatment so I have switched to...


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Fatigue

Makes my heart race so bad I shake and am so jittery its exhausting


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Fatigue

It's helping but I still get to tired .


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Fatigue

... died because I got pure propellent the first 2 times. 5 days later I tried it the way they said and again ended up in ER, put on predisone and albutoral nebulizer. Still no strength , energy, now on ox...


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Fatigue

Lots of coughing, clouding vision, wheezing, tired , shortness of breath 24/7


Source: Ventolin HFA

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