A 38-year-old female asked:
I was diagnosed with bronchial asthma. its been 2year now and i am coughing, wheezing, mucus mostly green. i take sintair and symbicort everyday but there is not difference instead im getting worse. what else can i do or take. this is affecting me?
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Pediatrics 48 years experience
Develop a plan: Successful asthma control can be achieved when you find a doc you can work with, learn the treatments & monitoring devices & develop a plan. This plan would include a way to tell if your control is getting better or worse (peak flow meter,symptom chart).It would include a plan for daily meds & when to use episodic rescue meds. Rescue meds are specifically used to stop an attack.
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Last updated Dec 12, 2018
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