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Xopenex is a brand name medication used to ease bronchospasms associated with reversible obstructive airway diseases, including COPD and asthma. While a generic is available, the retail price of Xopenex vials can become very expensive (about $170 for one week's worth of medication). The cost of Xopenex ... Read more

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Xopenex Information:

What is Xopenex?

Xopenex is levalbuterol a beta agonist bronchodilator that is inhaled to relax the muscles in the airways leading to the lungs, thus preventing or treating bronchospasms that cause the chest tightness, coughing, shortness of breath, and wheezing associated with asthma, COPD, or other reversible obstructive airway diseases. In some cases, Xopenex HFA is prescribed; the only difference is the propellant used for this type of inhaler -- hydrofluoroalkane.

 

How do I take Xopenex?

Always take this medication exactly as prescribed by your doctor and the instructions included with your medication. Never take more Xopenex than prescribed, even if your breathing medications seem less effective as it might indicate that your condition is worsening.

Doses are usually taken 3 or 4 times per day, per your doctor. If you're using a nebulizer, make sure it is properly cleaned and do not mix medications in the nebulizer unless permitted by your doctor. Use 1 Xopenex vial; only use this dose if it is clear and colorless. Be sure to breathe deeply and evenly while using the nebulizer; the dose is finished when there's no more mist or solution in the drug chamber.

If you're using an inhaler, be sure to shake the inhaler before using it. Exhale deeply so that you can inhale deeply when you take a puff from the inhaler; when you do, hold your breath for about 10 seconds. Only take 2 puffs of Xopenex if instructed to by your doctor. Keep track of how many puffs you take; most inhalers are designed for about 200 puffs, so taking more than that means you will not get a proper dose.

 

Before taking Xopenex, tell your doctor if:

• Your current asthma, etc., medications do not work to treat or prevent attacks.
• You’re currently taking any other medications, including antidepressants, other bronchodilators, epinephrine, other beta blockers, diuretics, MAOIs, or heart rhythm medications.
• You are pregnant or nursing or plan to become pregnant or to begin nursing.
• You have heart or heart rhythm disease, disorder, or dysfunction, or associated symptoms such as high blood pressure.
• You have diabetes.
• You have thyroid disease or disorder.
• You have any medical allergies.
• You have any mood or neurological disorders, especially with seizures.

 

What are the possible side effects of taking Xopenex?

Common Xopenex side effects include: feeling anxious, cold symptoms (cough, runny nose), dry mouth, diarrhea, insomnia, muscle pain or weakness, mild nausea or vomiting, and tremors.

Seek medical assistance if you experience these severe side effects: allergic reaction (swelling in face, tongue, or throat), bronchospasm, chest pain with pounding or uneven heartbeats, symptoms of critically high blood pressure (anxiety, blurry vision, confusion, hearing buzzing, severe headache, shortness of breath, seizures), or symptoms of critically low potassium (confusion, extreme thirst, feeling limp, discomfort in the legs, increase in urination, uneven heart rate).

 

What if I forget to take a dose of Xopenex?

Never take a double dose of this medication, so if it is almost time for your next dose, simply skip the missed dose. Otherwise you may take the missed dose when you remember it.

 

How do I store Xopenex?

Keep your Xopenex nebulizer vials inside the foil pouch they came in until it's time to use one. Always throw away a used vial, even if there's liquid inside. Store your inhaler with the mouthpiece cap on, and be sure to keep canisters away from open flame or high heat.

 

What happens if I overdose on Xopenex?

Overdosing on this medication can lead to death. Symptoms of overdose include: chest pain, unusual or extreme dizziness or tired feeling, feeling unusually weak, headache, unusual nervousness or anxiety, nausea, pounding or irregular heartbeat, seizure, or uncontrollable shaking. These are severe versions of common side effects, but if you suspect overdose, seek emergency medical assistance.

 

Warnings

If an inhaler canister is exposed to high heat (e.g., a hot car) or open flame, it may explode. If your medication seems ineffective, contact your doctor as soon as possible; it may indicate that your condition is worsening or that you will have a severe attack. If you experience bronchospasm or wheezing after inhaling it (especially from a new inhaler canister), discontinue Xopenex and contact your doctor as soon as possible.

Brand Names

The generic of Xopenex is levalbuterol.  There is also an inhaler-version which contains hydrofluoroalkane (Xopenex HFA). Because there's only one brand name for this medication, the retail cost of Xopenex can become quite expensive, especially if you don't have a Xopenex copay card or insurance. Maximize your savings today by using our free Xopenex coupon. Simply click Claim Discount to print or download a coupon or request a Xopenex discount card that will let you save as much as 89% at your local pharmacy.

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