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How Long Does An Asthma Attack Last
Varies...: Asthma exacerbation can last for a few minutes to a few days to weeks depending on the degree of bronchospasm and inflammation and how it responds to routine therapy. The earlier in the exacerbation a person seeks help, the sooner it typically responds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Asthma is a disease of the lungs caused by chronic inflammation of the airways most often caused by allergies. This inflammation results in airway swelling and hyperactivity leading to difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, dry cough, etc. MIT is a diagnosis made by combining clinical ...Read more
Depends: The length of time an asthma attack lasts depends upon many factors including general state of health anfd importantly the trigger or cause.True asthma usually requires medication, but may not resolve , even with medication, until the trigger is removed. So, if no better consult your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies...: An asthma exacerbation can last any where from a few minutes to days, even weeks. The sooner during an exacerbation you seek treatment, the shorter the asthma episode is likely to be. So, it is important to know how your doctor wants you to treat an exacerbation and when to seek er level care so the episode resolves as quickly as possible. Asthma can be life-threatening so get help quickly. ...Read more
How long for oral steroids to work for asthma? Had them for 48 hours but had asthma attack last night. What do you recommend i do?
I am first month pregnant n flu is not leaving me since last week I had an asthma attack last year then I was 4 or 5 months pregnant what should I tak?
I have had shortness of breath for 4 months, it never goes away fully. No coughing or wheezing. Can an asthma attack last for 4 months, what else?
I was woken last night my my coughing and then i couldn't get my breath, was like a asthma attack?
Bad coughing fit.: The feeling that your couldn't breath is concerning. If you still feel as though you have trouble breathing, please get urgent help. Doubt that you just developed asthma but there are many conditions to worry about including: sleep apnea, pertussis, tonsillitis, epiglottitis, abscess (tonsillar/pharyngeal), and infections lower in the airways or lung (like bronchitis or pneumonia). Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have never had an inhaler and my last severe asthma attack was 4 years ago. I'm doing better now. Can you recommend any remedies for asthma?
If no symptoms noRX: If you have not had any symptoms of asthma for four years and have not needed any inhalers, you do not need any inhalers or oral meds at this time you should refrain from smoking and avoid even second hand smoke if asthma symptoms like cough, wheezing, breathing problems start you will have to go back on your inhalers. ...Read more
What should you do if friend is having asthma attack? How long should you wait for their inhaler meds to work before calling 911?
Asthma attacks: May be unpredictable and if rescue medicine is not working in several minutes a trip to hospital would be wise. ...Read more
Been on advair diskus 250/50 since friday. Used inhaler at the start of an asthma attack at home last night and again during class for work today. Is this something I should worry about?
Yes: Advair is intended for maintenance although used in europe as a controller drug. If your asthma is persistent, you need to use it regularly since the optimal response is not reached until after 2 or more weeks. I note that you are on a beta blocker which may also decrease your response to medication somewhat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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