Seroflo 125 Inhaler
Seroflo 125 inhaler is a combination of two drugs that open the airways and make breathing easier. It is used to treat asthma (wheezing and shortness of breath) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (a lung disease that blocks airflow to the lungs).
Seroflo 125 inhaler is a respiratory medication primarily used to treat and prevent asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including bronchitis (inflammation of the lining of the bronchi) and emphysema (shortness of breath).
Asthma is a chronic (long-term) respiratory disease in which the airways narrow, swell, and produce excess mucus, making it difficult to breathe. COPD is a group of lung diseases that block airflow from the lungs.
Uses of the Seroflo 125 inhaler
This medicine is used for the treatment of asthma. Helps prevent and treat symptoms such as wheezing, wheezing and shortness of breath associated with asthma.
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
This drug is used to prevent and treat symptoms such as wheezing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness associated with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
How Seroflo 125 Inhaler Works?
Seroflo 125mcg Inhaler is a bronchodilator. It works by relaxing the muscles of the airways and widening the airways. Make breathing easier.
How to use Seroflo 125 inhaler?
Before using the Seroflo 125 inhaler, shake the inhaler well and read the instructions on the label.
Inhaler is intended for inhalation only. Take it at the same time each day to maintain a constant level of Seroflo inhaler in your body.
While inhaling the Seroflo inhaler through your mouth, squeeze the inhaler once to release the medicine and hold your breath for 10 seconds. Repeat the number of puffs until you inhale according to your doctor’s instructions.
After using the Seroflo inhaler, rinse your mouth with water and expectorate to prevent fungal infections of the mouth and throat.
- Low fever
- Chest tightness
- Fungal infection in the mouth
- Sinus pain
- Stomach upset
- Muscle and bone pain
- Sleep problems
- Vomiting or irregular heartbeat
This medicine is for inhalation only. Do not swallow the tablets.
Take it at the same time each day.
It has no immediate effect and should not be used to relieve sudden respiratory distress. Control sudden shortness of breath with a rescue inhaler.
Dry mouth can be a side effect. Frequent rinsing, good oral hygiene, increased fluid intake, and sugar-free candies can help.
Gargle with lukewarm water after each inhalation to prevent fungal infections of the mouth and throat.
Wheezing and airway pressure (bronchospasm) may occur immediately after use. Take your first dose under the supervision of a doctor.
Doctors can regularly monitor blood potassium levels because low blood oxygen levels (hypoxia) and medicines such as the Seroflo 125 inhaler can lower blood potassium levels.
The Seroflo inhaler absorbs very little into the bloodstream after inhalation. Therefore, there are few serious side effects.
Interaction with Medicine
If you are allergic to Seroflo 125 Inhaler or any of its ingredients, consult your doctor.
If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor before using Seroflo Inhaler.
Seroflo Inhaler is not recommended for children under the age of 12.
Seroflo Inhaler use may worsen asthma symptoms in some patients. If you have severe breathing difficulties, seek immediate medical attention and prescribe alternative medicine.
Call your doctor if you experience blurred vision or other visual problems while taking Seroflo Inhaler. Blood levels of potassium may decrease while taking Seroflo Inhaler. Therefore, regular monitoring of potassium levels is recommended. High blood pressure, diabetes, chest or lung infections, hyperthyroidism (hyperthyroidism), hypokalaemia (low blood potassium), glaucoma, cataracts, osteoporosis (weakening of bones), tuberculosis, heart, liver or gland problems, consult your doctor beforehand. Take a Seroflo inhaler.
Is it safe to take Seroflo 125mcg inhaler if I have heart disease?
Yes, it is considered safe, but its use depends on the severity of your heart problem. Please consult a doctor.
Can I stop using Seroflo inhaler once my symptoms improve?
No, do not stop taking your Seroflo 125 inhaler. Stopping use of the Seroflo inhaler may cause symptoms to return and lead to serious complications. Take your medicine as directed by your doctor.
Will the Seroflo 125 inhaler be more effective if I take more than the recommended dose?
No, taking more of this medicine will not make it more effective and may even cause more side effects. Please consult.
What are the storage and disposal instructions for the Seroflo inhaler?
Store this medication in its original packaging and keep it tightly closed. Store according to package or label directions. Discard any unused medicine. Do not allow pets, children and other people to consume.
Will taking Seroflo 125 inhaler cause fungal infections in my mouth?
Yes, Seroflo inhaler can cause fungal infections in the mouth as a side effect. Not everyone who takes Seroflo inhaler needs to experience this side effect. However, to avoid these side effects, brush your teeth or gargle with water after each use of it.
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