What causes breathing difficulty? - Online Doctor Chats
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hello dr , Its XXXXXXX here
from last few day suffering from breathing problem
consulted local doctor for same
now its under control
but i wan avoid such health problems in feature
they told its some kind of broncites problem
What was the cause of breathing problem?
How were you treated now?
they gave inhaler told to use
and at that moment was suffering lot so they supplied somthing called limulizer or something not sure about name
i wont smoke so not sure y it came to me but having dust allergy
Prevention and future management will defer accordingly.
how can i prevent it in feature ?
If it is from allergic causes, then it makes sense to prevent yourself from allergens. Avoiding walking into a dusty place. Change/clean your bed lines. Keep yourself warm during cold weather.
Keep your room and cupboard free from dust and mites.
Watch out for other allergenst.
Include plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Drink plenty of water.
There are some tips that I give my patients for allergic bronchitis.
But if you have an infective condition, then you will be advised accordingly.
Therefore discuss about if you have an allergy induced or infection induced bronchitis.
Have you followed?
ya ,, i am doing all steps
Is this the first episode of bronchitis?
what about infection ?
i had same type of problme almost year before
at that time my village doctor told its because of cuff that stored in path , that blocking ur breathing process
Have you met a pulmonologist?
or chest physician?
Let me simply your problem first. You may be able to post the right questions to me after that.
If that is fine, shall I proceed.
Breathing problem arises due to multiple reasons.
Most often it is the lung; but there are other causes including heart, systemic allergy, hematological conditions and so on.
From what you just described the cause may be the lung per se.
I divide the lung problem into two varieties.
One that causes acute and short lasting symptoms
the other that causes chronic or recurring symptoms.
Acute and self resolving conditions don't need much medical intervention. Be it treatment wise or prevention wise.
But it is chronic and recurring condition that need life style changes.
Are you following?
From what you said, the current problem and the old episode may or may not be related.
Presuming it is not related, the current issue is expected to improve and resolve.
You just need to take general precautions such as improved diet - plenty of fruits and vegetables, avoid exposing to infected people, maintain good personal hygeine and avoid smoking and occupational hazards.
However if it is a chronic condition, then it may need other changes.
At this point of time, it is pretty unclear what you are suffering.
other changes as ?
Is it an acute condition or a chronic condition.
You should discuss this with your treating doctor.
If he is unable to explain that, then you should consider consulting a chest physician / pulmonologist.
I do not want you to lead an inhibited life for an acute self resolving problem.
It won't affect you much.
Therefore you should pose this question about prevention if you have a chronic condition.
is that ok if i meat personally so can check and tell ,,
like general check up
How are you feeling after inhaler usage?
much better , but i dont wan get addicted to it ,
Did the doctor suggest it for every day use?
no ,oly on emergency
If you are clinically alright now, it is not the best time to consult a specialist.
At this point of time, my only suggestion is maintain proper personal hygeine.
Avoid exposing yourself to infected individuals.
ya sure doctor i will follow the same ,
Add plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Keep yourself away from dust.
And drink lots of fluids.
If symptoms recur again, consult a chest physician to understand the cause.
sure doctor thanks for help :)
Further management will be based accordingly.
Do you have any questions now?
no doctor , i am cleared now :) i will follow all the things you said
Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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