My ex 33 weeker...now 2. Has been diagnosed asthmatic. His specialist have decided to change his preventer to Singulair. Just wondering what other peoples experiences are with this?
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10-07-2013 19:16 #1
Anyone with an Asthmatic premie on singulair?
18-07-2013 07:14 #2Junior Member
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My ex 31 weeker was diagnosed with asthma at 18 months. He has been on singular for a couple of years now and we have found it very good. It's alot easier to give a tablet then a puffer as well.
18-07-2013 07:35 #3
My DS7 wasn't a prem but is asthmatic he was on a liquid preventer redipred. & then changed to singulair. So much easier to get him to take & then only puffer if he needs it. I've found it a good change
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