Nebuliser £19.99  at LIDL
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Nebuliser £19.99 at LIDL

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Found 3rd Oct 2013
This is less than half the price of other commonly available nebulisers .

Mine cost me over £40 after claiming the VAT back on a doctor's note. I may pick up a spare as the masks, mouthpiece & filters would cost arond £20 for my Omron.

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how does this work if you do not have the medicine for it? or is this a stupid question? lol

Original Poster

If you need one you can get the medicine on prescription - you still have to buy the nebuliser. (unless perhaps you are on some benefits)

For colds some people use a nebuliser with normal saline.

cydyum

If you need one you can get the medicine on prescription - you still have … If you need one you can get the medicine on prescription - you still have to buy the nebuliser. (unless perhaps you are on some benefits)For colds some people use a nebuliser with normal saline.

well its for my mum. she has bad asmatha and sometimes she needs rushed to the hospital to get put on the nebulizer and this would be easier

Original Poster

Sorry to hear about your Mum. An Asthmatic can get nebules ( medication for nebulisers) on prescription and this method is far more effective than an inhaler and if she has one at home and can start at the first sign of an attack it may save her symptoms escalating. Please check with her doctor or assessment nurse.

Ask your GP about a multidosing with spacer device - it is just as effective as a nebuliser and a lot less hassle. Also if you're bad enough to need a nebuliser you probably need to see a doctor there & then.

Agree with above also the need for a nebuliser should be assessed by a health care professional as there are issues such as servicing annually and filter changing to prevent infection so need to be very careful

I would be surprised if the Doctors would give you the capsules for a nebuliser. Like the comment above my daughter uses a spacer device and multi doses but the hospital told me they need to see you every time you have an asthma attack to assess you and very very rarely give out nebulisers. My daughter ended up at A and E 20 times last winter so here's hoping for a better year. Yes she is and has been under the hospital for years now and only one attack so far this year so fingers crossed.

Do you get any medicine with it? Just had a thought I might be tempted just in case of emergencies. Snowed in etc as i now live very high up.

No medicines with it you use these for nebulised medications such as ventolin etc this is a very good price op well done !

I have to use a Nebuliser every month to help with potential lung infections. I doubt my hospital will let me do this at home but its a good find for people who need it.

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I suggest drinking 1 teaspoon of black cumin oil with milk (to cover the taste) in the evenings. It really seems to help control asthma .
I'm an asthmatic and usually suffer from chest infections every year without fail, sometimes two or of three times.This year everything feels different and I don't rely on taking my inhaler everytime I lie down or walk into a dusty room etc.
Amazon sell a 100% pure cold-pressed version (third party seller) which is probably the beat available online.
It is pricey at around £18 per 500ml (use flubit to get it for around £16).
But it like me you've tried everything to help with asthma and want something that really seems to work from the first time, give it a try.
I think black cumin oil has some anti-histemic properties that feel like it "dries up the cells in your lungs that are affected by asthma"so they are not affected anymore.
Give it some research.
Just thought I'd post something on to help my fellow asmatic Hotukdealers.

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I suggest drinking 1 teaspoon of black cumin oil with milk (to cover the … I suggest drinking 1 teaspoon of black cumin oil with milk (to cover the taste) in the evenings. It really seems to help control asthma .I'm an asthmatic and usually suffer from chest infections every year without fail, sometimes two or of three times.This year everything feels different and I don't rely on taking my inhaler everytime I lie down or walk into a dusty room etc.Amazon sell a 100% pure cold-pressed version (third party seller) which is probably the beat available online. It is pricey at around £18 per 500ml (use flubit to get it for around £16).But it like me you've tried everything to help with asthma and want something that really seems to work from the first time, give it a try.I think black cumin oil has some anti-histemic properties that feel like it "dries up the cells in your lungs that are affected by asthma"so they are not affected anymore.Give it some research.Just thought I'd post something on to help my fellow asmatic Hotukdealers.



Cant see this in the N.I.C.E guidelines?

It's a homeopathic remedy.
I mentioned research as in.. check others people's reviews on their successes in using black cumin oil.

Some scientific research has been conducted on the benefits of black cumin oil on asthma, both nothing conclusive as of yet.

I mentioned it as a friendly heads up to anyone struggling with asthma like myself.(I've only been using it for 6 weeks and already I can see the benefits. I am waiting till spring to see how I fair with this winter before I post a review on Amazon for others to read).

Are these battery run or do they need an electric socket

We have been looking for a replacement nebuliser for some time and are delighted with this. My son uses one for asthma in the winter. But even for a cold or sinusitis saline or boiled cooled water work a treat.
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