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Suffering from wheezing. What is the treatment?

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SUFFERING FROM VEASING PROBLEM DAILY NOW A DAYS
Posted Sun, 7 Apr 2013 in Asthma and Allergy
 
 
Answered by Dr. Venkat Sivayogi 28 minutes later
Hello
Thanks for your query,

As per the description of symptom you are suffering from wheeze - indicates probability of airway hypersensivity to either cold, dust, pollen or specific food. So I would like to know some more clinical data from you.
1. At what time you are facing this problem? Morning or evening?
2. Is wheeze associated with breathlessness?
3. Do you have family history of hay fever or asthma?
4. Have you suffered from this problem previously?

Come back with these clinical details , I will surely help you

Regards
DR.sivayogi
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Follow-up: Suffering from wheezing. What is the treatment? 6 hours later
1. At what time you are facing this problem?

Early Morning and sometimes in the evening

2. Is wheeze associated with breathlessness?

yes i am finding very difficult to breath
3. Do you have family history of hay fever or asthma?

Yes Maybe thats what i heard from my mother

4. Have you suffered from this problem previously?

I have this problem,but for the past 1 month i am facing regularly

Note:

Immediately i will take a theo asthalin tablet,then i will become normal.


Last week also i went for clinic,they kept napthalizer for me and also the doctor advised to stay away from AC and pollution, he also said its seasonal.
 
 
Answered by Dr. Venkat Sivayogi 5 hours later
Hello

Welcome back to healthcare magic,

Attacks of breathlessness, wheezing, and relief after taking theo-asthalin, clearly indicates that you are having Bronchial Asthma.

So, in this regard, I advise you to consult a pulmonologist and get the complete blood worker, eosinophil count and PFT (Pulmonary function test) done.

It would be unethical and inappropriate to prescribe you scheduled drugs without doing a proper examination. I can only advise you to consult a pulmonologist. Hope you understand this.

If you need any further clarification, get back to us.

Regards,
Dr.sivayogi

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