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Breathing problem from childhood. Taking asthalin, using inhaler, no improvement. Advice?

i had breathing problem (but not so frequent) from childhood.It was once in 6 month. Doctors called it is a kind of alergic brochitis. Now it has become so frequent from last 1 month. I consulted a doctor he also said it's kind of allergy.He prescribed me Montek LC PECEF duo to take.. He also prescribed me Asthalin(inhaler) to take when required. Now i am taking Montek LC everyday but i can't see any improvement . I have to use inhaler everyday atleast twice.. Feels like lotz of cough is inside. Do i need to stop Montek? What are the other solution to cure my disease.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
u can use montelucast plain as long as you like
but according to my experience food protein is causig you problem milk and wheat
get allery specialist consultation to get blood serum tests for specific anti bodies for milk wheat potato and other food you eat withdraw the food according to resul and you will have good results
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