Can primetine mist or tables cause a drug test to come back positive for meth?
Asked by Carla Jund 1 year ago.
It may cause something to came back in the drug test that may look like meth. The active ingredient can be used to make meth. If you are taking it as prescribed and a health care proffesional has prescribed it to you then all you would need to do is make sure that whoever is administering the drug test knows you are on a prescription medication. Make sure they write it down. Primatene Mist Active Ingredients: Epinephrine Inhalation Aerosol Representative Names: Primatene Mist What is epinephrine inhalation aerosol? What should my health care professional know before I use epinephrine? How should I use this medicine? What if I miss a dose? What drug(s) may interact with epinephrine? What side effects may I notice from using epinephrine? What should I watch for while taking epinephrine? Where can I keep my medicine? What is epinephrine inhalation aerosol? (Back to top) EPINEPHRINE (Medihaler-Epi®, Bronkaid® Mist) can help to open up air passages and make breathing easier for people with various lung problems such as severe asthma. Some generic epinephrine inhalation aerosols are available. What should my health care professional know before I use epinephrine? (Back to top) They need to know if you have any of the following conditions: •blood vessel disease •brain damage or disease •diabetes •glaucoma •heart disease •high blood pressure •over active thyroid •an unusual or allergic reaction to epinephrine, sulfites, other medicines, foods, dyes, or preservatives •pregnant or trying to get pregnant •breast-feeding How should I use this medicine? (Back to top) Epinephrine aerosol is for inhalation through the mouth. Shake the canister well. Tilt your head back slightly. Breathe out fully, emptying as much air as possible from your lungs. Keep the canister upright. Keep the inhaler about 1 inch from your open mouth (or place the mouthpiece loosely between your open lips). Press down on the inhaler (one puff) while breathing in deeply and slowly. Hold your breath for at least 10 seconds and then exhale (breathe out). Wait for at least 1 to 2 minutes between puffs. Do not use more often than directed. What if I miss a dose? (Back to top) If you miss a dose, use it as soon as you can. If it is almost time for your next dose, use only that dose. Do not use double or extra doses. What drug(s) may interact with epinephrine? (Back to top) •beta-blockers, often used for high blood pressure or heart problems •bromocriptine •linezolid •heart medicine (such as digoxin, digitoxin) •medicines for colds and breathing difficulties •medicines for hay fever and other allergies •medicines for high blood pressure •medicines for mental depression •medicines for migraine •medicines for mental problems and psychotic disturbances •medicines that make the uterus contract •thyroid hormones Tell your prescriber or health care professional about all other medicines you are taking, including nonprescription medicines, nutritional supplements, or herbal products. Also tell your prescriber or health care professional if you are a frequent user of drinks with caffeine or alcohol, if you smoke, or if you use illegal drugs. These may affect the way your medicine works. Check before starting or stopping any of your medicines. What side effects may I notice from using epinephrine? (Back to top) Side effects that you should report to your prescriber or health care professional as soon as possible: •difficulty breathing, wheezing •flushing (reddening of the skin) •irregular heartbeats, palpitations, or chest pain •numbness in fingers or toes •skin rash, hives •swelling of the face •vomiting Side effects that usually do not require medical attention (report to your prescriber or health care professional if they continue or are bothersome): •anxiety or nervousness •dry mouth •drowsiness or dizziness •headache •increased sweating •nausea •weakness or tiredness What should I watch for while taking epinephrine? (Back to top) Check with your prescriber or health care professional if your symptoms do not improve within 20 minutes of epinephrine inhalation, or if they get worse. Make sure you are using your inhaler properly. Do not use extra or more frequent inhalations; they will not improve your condition. To keep your mouth from getting dry after inhaling epinephrine, rinse out your mouth with water. Do not get the aerosol spray in your eyes. Do not use epinephrine products if you are pregnant, especially during labor as epinephrine may delay contractions. If you also use ipratropium (Atrovent®) or an inhaled steroid (such as beclomethasone or triamcinolone), use the epinephrine first. Wait at least 5 minutes before using the other inhaler. If you have diabetes, epinephrine may increase your blood sugar. Check your blood sugar often and contact your prescriber or health care professional if you have any problems. If you are going to have surgery, tell your prescriber or health care professional that you are using epinephrine. Do not treat yourself for coughs, colds or allergies without checking with your prescriber or health care professional. Nonprescription medicines may contain ingredients that will increase the effects of your medicine. Where can I keep my medicine? (Back to top) Keep out of the reach of children. Store at room temperature between 15 and 30 degrees C (59 and 86 degrees F) unless otherwise indicated by the manufacturer. Do not freeze. Protect from light. Throw away any unused medicine after the expiration date. Answered by Seymour Fellman 1 year ago.
Primatene Mist Ingredients Answered by Rosamaria Mance 1 year ago.
if it has ephedrine or pseudo-ephedrine in it Answered by Peg Hudon 1 year ago.
What ephedrine products are available to buy OTC?
I saw that Bronkaid and Primatene have been discontinued...so what is there left to buy?
Asked by Carlie Oakman 1 year ago.
bronkaid and primatene tablets are still available, the primatene mist inhaler is completely off market though. in some states you will just have to get the bronkaid and primatene tablets from behind the counter at the pharmacy, while some other states have made it prescription only, like here in oregon. you could always talk to your local pharmacist about that. other than that, all ephedrine products are all behind the counter or prescription now. Answered by Earnest Morais 1 year ago.
What to do before, during, and after a jog?
I just started field yesterday and I am really out of shape. I have asthma as well which I know is not an excuse. Anyways, I am going to go for a jog today and I was wondering, how can I effectively prepare for my jog and how can I effectively jog without losing breath so easily and quickly and if there is anything...
Asked by Julene Brighton 1 year ago.
I just started field yesterday and I am really out of shape. I have asthma as well which I know is not an excuse. Anyways, I am going to go for a jog today and I was wondering, how can I effectively prepare for my jog and how can I effectively jog without losing breath so easily and quickly and if there is anything to do afterwards. When I run, it isn't that I get pains, I get weak and can't breathe because of my asthma. It kicks my butt. I know I could go long if I didn't have it or if it was under more control. How can I kick my asthmas butt while running? Answered by Eilene Finer 1 year ago.
I have asthma also and just finished a half marathon. You need to pace your breathing and synchronize it with your run, AND you need to NOT outrun your lung capacity. Pacing your breathing (breathe in while running 3 steps, then breathe out while running 3 steps, or something similar) will force you to take longer, deeper breaths, which will help you build capacity for longer runs. If you are running so fast you can't breathe, you have no choice but to slow down. For more info, I suggest a book like Danny Dreyer's "Chi Running", which is all about pacing, posture, and other overlooked aspects of running. Straighten your posture... if you run hunched over, you won't be able to breathe deeply enough to take in adequate oxygen for your level of exertion, and it will just fatigue your muscles more. Before your run, make sure you are adequately hydrated... if you start dehydrated, you will just get MORE dehydrated and you won't find the energy to finish. Also, don't neglect to get some carbs at least 20 minutes into your run if it's longer than 10K. It's very easy to exhaust the glucose in your muscles (typically in 5 minutes) and the glucose in your bloodstream (typically in the first 30-60 minutes). While your liver will dump glucose into your system after 40-50 minutes depending on your level of exertion, this is NOT the way you routinely want to run, as it leaves you with no "backup tank" and your next run will feel like murder and be very hard on your body. After your workout, drink more water (you probably lost more than you think), and get some carbs within the first 30 minutes of a long run, to rebuild the stored energy in your liver. Also, it's good after long runs to get some potassium. That's why you see a lot of runners going straight for the bananas at the end of long races -- they have carbs and are rich in potassium. Finally, if you haven't already thought about it, to treat the asthma it's generally to get an epinephrine inhaler. The other ones aren't really effective and don't do anything to the blood vessels that would increase your breathing. Bronkaid Mist is a good over-the-counter inhaler and contains the same stuff in prescription inhalers. But it's better to pace yourself than it is to rely on the inhaler. Make sure your stretch, especially your quads and hamstrings, after a long run. Good luck, I know you can do it. Answered by Tia Ollmann 1 year ago.
Just Take A Puff From Your Inhaler Before. During, Drink Water & Stop To Rest If You Need To. After, Take Another Puff & Cool Down With Slow Exercise. :) Answered by Dane Eyestone 1 year ago.
When you jog just keep a steady, slower pace. It's a jog, enjoy the scenery. Also stretch before and after jogging. It will help. Drink water too. Answered by Jerrold Pyette 1 year ago.
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Quick Medication Question?
Is Bronkaid available for purchase in Canada? If so, where? Thank you!
Asked by Nila Pesina 1 year ago.
I dont know - bayer products are sold in Canada, but they should have primatene mist - both are ephadrine. When in doubt, ask a druggist - they have to have some form of ephadrine available. Answered by Ling Bourns 1 year ago.