Our expert says:
Unfortunately, voice effects associated with asthma inhalers are quite common. This is due to vocal cord/mouth deposition of the drug inside the asthma inhaler.
Whether it will clear or not is, well, unclear - You will probably keep experiencing this symptoms to some extent. You may, however, take some steps to prevent this. The most important is to assure that you are using the inhaler correctly - Look at the package insert and follow the instructions correctly. Also, rinse your mouth with a mouthwash (or otherwise just water) after use, and drink a glass of water. Lastly you may benefit from using a spacer device such as the Aerochamber or GlaxoHaler which is available from most pharmacies, although some studies suggest that it may worsen voice symptoms.
All the best!
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