Antiasthmatic drugs are medicines that treat or prevent asthma attacks.
Using antiasthmatic drugs properly is important.
Parents whose children are using their antiasthmatic drugs correctly but feel their asthma is not under control should see consult their child's physicians.
Inhalant forms of antiasthmatic drugs may cause dryness or irritation in the throat, dry mouth, or an unpleasant taste in the mouth.
However, parents whose children have unusual or bothersome symptoms after taking an antiasthmatic drug should get in touch with the child's physician.