causes the eosinophil count
to go up but hetrazan
is NOT the treatment (definitely not for long-term). It should ideally be used when there is evidence of filaria that also causes the eosinophil count to go up but only for 21 days. Steroids
are used when there is suspicion of tropical pulmonary esinophilia (TPE) along with hetrazan.
Please stop the hetrazan if you have used for more than 21 days and discuss this with your doctor.
You will need allergy tests
(specific IgE or skin prick tests) to know what the allergens are (aero or respiratory allergens) and the asthma should be treated as per GINA guidelines.
I hope you have had lung function tests to prove that you are indeed asthmatic.