Lung and respiratory problems

Exercise-induced asthma

Top Medications for Exercise-induced asthma according to our users

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All Medications for Exercise-induced asthma

  • Albuterol
    Prescription only

    Ventolin (Albuterol) is good at stopping asthma attacks and helping you breathe.

    • Available dosage forms:
    • Pill
    • Extended release
    • Liquid
    • Inhaler
  • Singulair
    Prescription only

    Singulair (Montelukast) has fewer side effects but doesn't work as well as steroid inhalers for asthma. It also helps with allergies.

    • Available dosage forms:
    • Pill
    • Chewable tablet
    • Granule
  • Terbutaline
    Prescription only

    Brethine (Terbutaline) is effective at preventing asthma attacks, but isn’t the first choice. It’s generally well-tolerated, but let your doctor know if you feel more lightheaded or have a rapid heartbeat while taking this medicine.

    • Available dosage forms:
    • Pill

Medication side effects for Exercise-induced asthma

These are some of the most common side effects from clinical trials for Nausea.

  • Singulair: 3%
  • Albuterol: 15%
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At this end, no one is expected to have Nausea

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At this end, almost everyone is expected to have Nausea

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