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Using aero cort capsules, gives strength. What kind of kick backs the medicine have? Whats the alternative if stopped?

i am using aero cort capsules, though rota inhalers for last 10+ years , it gives me great relief , i am using at least capsules in a day. it gives me immense strength to do at least 7 km of jogging. i am only worried of the side effects, what kind of kick backs the medicine have. if i have to discontinue what is the alternative to control wheezing
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
These medicines can only control not cure asthma
My persnal experience with th patients is that for non healing asthma Milk Wheat potato chana rice and nuts can be reponsble
You can carry oout the inhalers till you get cause
get blood serum tested for these food specific antibodie in serum
when you get result go for elimination of that particular diet
your inhalers will be reduced
For permanent cure can go for desensitisation of these foods
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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