Thank you for writing to us at Healthcare Magic.
The rased eosinopihil count, constant rhinitis
(runny nose), mucopurulent discharge does suggest an allergic rhinosinusitis. A fungal rhinosinusitis needs to be excluded.
I am certain you had allergy testing of some sort, either specific IgE blood test or skin prick tests.
If you have not had any allergy testing, it is important that the triggers are identified so avoidance, optimal medical treatment and or immunotherapy will help control the allergy.
It is also important that immune deficiency
) is excluded with serum immunoglobulins
, functional antibody levels. A sweat test may be indicated depending on chest findings (i.e., if there is lung scarring or bronchiectasis
) then yes, the test is indicated.
Your asthma needs to be optimally treated with combination inhalers. Please consult the online Asthma Control test (ACT) to see your current status.