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Can my child use Proventil?

Yes, your child may be able to use Proventil. The doctor who prescribes it for your child must know your child's medical history first. The inhaler is intended for adults and children at least four years of age. Talk to your child's doctor about his condition, medical history and current medications to make sure Proventil is the appropriate treatment.

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