Thank you for your question, and I am sorry to hear about the issues you are having with your insurance company. In order to provide an accurate recommendation for solving your issue, a doctor
would need to know the full details of your medical history. The doctor would need to know what illness requires you to take albuterol as well as how much albuterol you require. For instance, if your illness is not responding well to albuterol, perhaps you need alternative or additional therapy. The doctor would also need to know the details of your insurance plan. Therefore, you will need to discuss these issues with a pulmonologist
Albuterol is a bronchodilator that functions by causes your airways to expand in diameter, typically leading to less airway restriction and relieving wheezing. This is a medication often used for disorders such as asthma
and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. However, patients who frequently require albuterol, especially to such a degree that they are exceeding the usual recommended dose, may require additional therapies to target the underlying disease. If cost is a barrier, some medication alternative are available in generic forms that may be more affordable. I strongly encourage you to discuss these issues with a pulmonologist.