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Who should not use budesonide and formoterol?

You should not use budesonide and formoterol if you are having an asthma attack. Budesonide and formoterol will not act quickly enough to stop an asthma attack. Instead, use your fast-acting asthma medication (a rescue inhaler) if you are in the middle of an attack. If you are allergic to budesonide or formoterol you should not use this medication.

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