Consult your physician or pharmacist for more details. Albuterol may have detrimental side effects when taken orally or inhaled. See "Albuterol Precautions" section. The most frequent side effects of albuterol are palpitations, a feeling that your heart is racing or pounding, chest pain, a rapid heartbeat, shakiness, nervousness, headaches, dizziness, sore throat, and runny nose. If you experience any side effects that bother you or that do not go away, contact your doctor. These are not the only potential side effects of albuterol.
Other drugs and albuterol may interact and result in unwanted side effects. Both the effects of other medications and the effects of albuterol may be influenced by each other. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information. Especially tell your doctor if you take: other inhaled medicines or asthma medicines beta blocker medicines diuretics digoxin monoamine oxidase inhibitors tricyclic antidepressants This is not a complete list of albuterol drug interactions. Inform your doctor of all the drugs you take, including vitamins, herbal supplements, prescription and non-prescription medications.
You should not use albuterol if you are allergic to albuterol sulfate or any of the medication's ingredients. If you experience any of the following symptoms of an allergic reaction: itchy skin, swelling beneath the skin or in your throat, rash that gets worse, difficulty breathing, low potassium levels in the blood. If this occurs, stop using albuterol and call your doctor or seek immediate emergency assistance. Whether taken orally or inhaled, albuterol has the potential to have serious side effects, such as worsening breathing difficulties, coughing, and wheezing (paradoxical bronchospasm). When you use a new medicine canister for the first time, you're more likely to experience paradoxical bronchospasm. heart issues, such as an increased heart rate and blood pressure, as well as allergic reactions that could result in death in asthmatics who use too much albuterol.