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Mild asthma, breathlessness, puffiness in face, strep infection in buttocks, have anxiety. Used inhalers. Help?

My five year old has mild asthma. I have noticed her taking lots of small breaths to get a big breath. Also her face seems puffy on and off. She also has a strep infection on her bum. She uses inhalers and had antibiotics for three months. Had a chest x ray yesterday but was clear. Yet she still has the problems. Her brother has special needs could she just be feeling anxiety. Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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