Well, I've been on Singulair for almost two weeks now, and I don't know if it's b/c of it or what, but now, if I'm near a triggre or late for a nebulizer treatment, my only symptom is a tight chest and feels like I can't get a whole breath. Used to be I had increased mucus production when I was near a trigger. Also, when I check my peak flows, even after it's been too long since I "nebulized" or when I'm near a trigger, I'm managing to stay in the 370-400 range, which for me is normal. I am managing to keep my Albuterol prn usage down to twice per day now-used to be three times a day. Is this an indication that the Singulair is helping, do you think? I haven't read that many positive reviews about it on this site, so I had my doubts. Does it help any of you guys?
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