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Living With Asthma
Male 31 living with asthma since birth (premature baby). Expert doc always end on Deltacortril since my memories todate. Is there no other best med?
Not only asthma: That you seem to have, your expert doctor, as you say, always ends you up on steroids, it is either your case warrants that, or there are other issues with your lungs given that you were born prematurely and probably have other lung problems. You can still seek another opinion by another expert in pulmonary diseases, meanwhile keep taking all your prescribed inhalers, wish you wellness ...Read more
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
Is there being any research done to cure asthma? Any breakthroughs lately or new medicine. I get tired of living with it...
No cure but: There are many new drugs to control asthma but you should try the usual and less expensive ones first. I note that you are not on any controller drug. There are many drugs blocking specific agents which cause asthma in the pipeline also if conventional treatment failed. Consider seeing an allergist who can assist you in avoidance measures and treatment including allergy shots. ...Read more
Is my 5 year old son at a higher risk of developing asthma at any stage in his life by living in a house with 3 indoor cats?
If you & his Mom : both have asthma, your son has about a 50-65% chance of having asthma. Other than genetic loading, no one can tell you the risk that any of the myriad of potential triggers for asthma, including specific allergens, will cause him to wheeze in the future. The only exception is that 2nd & 3rd hand smoke is not good for any child. Learning to be responsible for pet care is a useful life lesson. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Living in beijing for 5 years, got asthma when I do sports, which salbutamol before exercising solved, what are the risks on continue living here ?
I have rats+mice living in my loft & inside my floor[i can hear]although floor is covered, can this presence be cause of my illnesses[asthma, ENT issues?
Not uncommon.: Sometimes a viral infection can trigger this...or it is possible to develop seasonal or other allergies, even if they weren't there when younger. There are other lung conditions that can mimic asthma, so just be sure you've discussed this with your doctor or a pulmonologist or allergist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Also infection: While 80% of asthma patients have allergies, there are patients whose asthma starts after they had a respiratory infection. Those infections can be due to viruses such as influenza (the real flu) or certain bacteria such as mycoplasma or chlamydia. Such patients are usually older and have no history of allergy. Still, patients who already have asthma and get infected, their asthma will get worse. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Allergens & Meds: The best way to decrease asthma attacks is to reduce breathing tube irritability. This is achieved by taking controller medications (inhaled corticosteroids or oral leukotriene antagonists) daily or more as prescribed by your doctor. If you are allergic reduce or eliminate exposure to dust mite, animal dander & molds. Avoid cigarette smoke & indoor & outdoor pollution. Take omega-3 & vitamin d. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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