Doctor insights on:
What Is The Best Treatment For Bronchospasm
See Your Doctor: 17 yrs old, "bronchospasm" is a term for reactive airways triggered by respiratory infections, allergies, exercise. The airways constrict, resulting symptoms are cough, wheezing, shortness of breath. Repeated attacks lead to the diagnosis of Asthma & can be life-threatnening. Diagnosis can be challenging however treatment is effective & preventive. See Doctor for correct diagnosis & treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 8 years son have:cf(f508d), diabetes mellitus typ1 , mb. Coeliacus and bronchopulm. Aspergilosis. Therapy? Please, I am doctor internist.
Treatment regimen: Sputum for cultures. Pulmonary function testing are monitored, a high calorie/high protein diet, chest physiotherapy, inhaled antibiotics, Pulmozyme are some of the typical treatments. For his aspergillus, it depends on whether he has abpa/ in this case steroids are usually rxd. Prmg pedsresp fax858 259 9689 can review his records/?S. Your doctor and the cff.Org will have further information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Partially: Bronchospasm is the most important symptom in asthma - it causes the shortness of breath and all of the discomfort, etc associated with asthma. But the main problem is the underlying inflammation that leads to bronchoconstriction when exposed to allergens, odors and other irritants. The best long-term management of asthma is to treat the underlying inflammation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Probably: You'll get the best answer with an allergy evaluation. In true eib, there is no identifiable airway inflammation, and a thorough evaluation needs to be done to look for this. Controlling the airway inflammation early on is the best way to prevent more severe asthma from developing as he grows. Many kids who wheeze under age 3 don't develop asthma, but should be evaluated for their risk. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Children with Tracheobronchomalacia have a weakness in the airway. This predisposes them to airway obstruction because of the accumulation of mucus. Their inability to properly clear the airway of mucus might result in irritation of the bronchial mucosa and bronchospasm. The child needs to be under the management of a Pediatrician, who will prescribe the appropriate treatment, as needed. ...Read more
Bronchospasm: Bronchospasm is a physiological response to various airway irritants, dust, cigarettes smoking, viruses etc. Diseases like bronchial asthma and congestive heart failure, fluid in the lungs can cause bronchospasm. The symptoms are shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, cough etc. ...Read more
Yes....: You may need to use your bronchodilator inhaler prior to running if you notice symptoms while running. You should also have your inhaler available to use after you stop running as some people experience bronchospasm once they stop exercising. If symptoms worsen, see your doctor. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- What is the best treatment for delayed menstrual period?
- What is the best treatment for anal mucus discharge?
- What is the best treatment for small penis?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- What is the best treatment for scrotal hematoma?
- What is the best treatment for small testes?
- What is the best treatment for weak uterus?
- What is the best treatment for scrotum rash?
- Talk to a pulmonologist online for free