What is the treatment for allergies and asthma?

Several. Many treatments exist for allergies: antihistamines, nasal sprays, eye drops as well as allergy shots. For asthma: rescue inhalers (albuterol), controller inhalers, allergy shots. Definitely see an allergist!

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What are the side effects of long term treatment for asthma and allergies?

Productive life. Properly managed asthma and or allergies can provide a patient with access to a normal life, full participation in most physical endeavors and professions enjoyed by unaffected persons.Lack of proper use leads to inconsistent control, the need for excessive rescue or anti-inflammatory medications (steroids) that can lead to hospitalizations or significant side effects. Read more...

I have allergy induced Asthma and NOT true Asthma. How can or what should I do to avoid or prevent it. Please elaborate on best treatment.

Avoid allergens. Avoid what triggers your asthma. Speak with your doctor about getting an inhalant. Consider allergy testing, allergy shots or antihistamines to control the allergies before it goes to the asthma. Happy breathing!! Read more...

I have nasal allergy and always suffering from asthma I take some medications but all in vain if there is any treatment I need a medication name..

See Doctor. There are a variety of medications for acute care and control, but this needs a live discussion with your doctor. Read more...
Allergy shots. If your symptoms are that severe, it is time to see a board certified allergist and get tested, identify your triggers and learn how to avoid them. They can also see if you are a good candidate for allergy shots, they can desensitize you and make your life easier. Make the call. Read more...

I want a treatment or medication name for nasal allergy I develop asthma multiple times a day and discharge from nose?

Check with your doc. Nasal steroid is the gold standard for treatment. Your asthma is uncontrolled and you must see a lung doc. You will probably need inhaled steroids or more inhaled steroids. Asthma can be controlled and cured in 2013. Montelukast may be useful. Ask your doc about it. Read more...