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Old 01-12-2009, 06:21 PM   #1
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jittery feeling after taking Albuterol

how long will jittery feeling last after taking Albuterol?

 
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Re: jittery feeling after taking Albuterol

All depends. If you are taking before cardio as a prophylactic, it should go away as soon as you get to moving well. If you are taking for an attack, then probably 15 minutes or more until you get used to it. I don't get the shakes any more at all...but I've been on it for a number of years.

 
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