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Asthma

Question
Posted by: | 2019/02/27

Q.

Can my medication combination increase GERD?

Hello, I am taking a capsule which contains Budesonide BP 200mcg and Formoterol Fumarate Dihydrate BP 6mcg. And another tablet which contains Monteulukast Sodium 10mg. Both of these medicines I am taking for my asthma. 1) Sir does Monteulukast Sodium 10mg tablet causes or increases GERD? 2) Does a capsule containing Budesonide BP 200mcg and Formoterol Fumarate Dihydrate BP 6mcg causes or increases GERD?

Expert's Reply

A.

Asthma Expert
- 2019/03/07

I'm not aware of these medications increasing GERD.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2019/03/10

So in your opinion both of these medicines cannot increase GERD?

Reply to Anonymous
Posted by: Anonymous | 2019/03/07

So you mean to say that these medicines are unlikely to increase or cause GERD. Right?

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