The following reporting rates of common adverse experiences are based upon 4 clinical trials in which 1196 patients (671 female and 525 male adults previously treated with as-needed bronchodilators and/or inhaled corticosteroids) were treated with QVAR (doses of 40, 80, 160, or 320 mcg twice daily) or CFC-BDP (doses of 42, 168, or 336 mcg twice daily) or placebo. Table 3 below includes all events reported by patients taking QVAR (whether considered drug related or not) that occurred at a rate over 3% for QVAR. In considering these data, difference in average duration of exposure and clinical trial design should be taken into account.
I did notice something today that he had never said before. Could just be coincidence, but he said “an egg” Normally he would say “a egg.” very small, I know, but hey! I’ll take it! This morning his big brother asked him why he was copying everything he was saying and Eli spoke up and said, “Because you’re my big brother, that’s why I’m copying you!” Caleb (Eli’s brother) and I both stopped in the middle of what we were doing and looked at one another and started laughing!! We were both shocked he had said that. Normally he would say, “You big brother. That why copy you.” So, this might sound small, but I am noticing changes like that. Overall, it’s hard to explain, but something is definitely going on. I am hoping and praying for the best!! I think I will video Eli writing some letters and trying to zip and button so that I can have a clear picture if he is making progress. ” October 3 at 4:31pm ·