I hope you did not stop taking this medicine without first informing your doctor. Advair is one of the best medicines on the market for controlling asthma. It's a medicine you should take whether you feel good or not, as I write about in this post here.
Hoarseness is a possible side effect of advair, but most studies suggest that if you rinse your mouth really well (and even brush your teeth) after each use that you should all but eliminate any side effects of this medicine.
my hoarseness got worse and worse the longer I used advair until about a month ago I totally lost my voice which was NOT from being Ill(never in my life had I ever lost my voice) once I started gradually weaning my self off the advair it started getting better(rinsing your mouth for some does NOT work I was getting oral yeast infections,hoarseness,weight gain,severe congestion, and I was always clearing my throat from this medicine as well and I ALWAYS rinse my mouth out.I told the DR and she switched me to symbicort which so far hasn't effected my voice but before going off your meds completely tell the DR what your problem is and see what they say.but a month later and my voice is back to normal .
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