You are taking ADVAIR i.e. fluticasone+ salmeterole , no doubt this is a good drug for the treatment for asthma .
When patient with these symptoms visit I prescribe them to take MONTELUKAST+ BAMBUTEROLE ( 10 mg each ) once or twice in day.
Usually patient respond this treatment very well ....
I'm 26 y/o. I was diagnosed with asthma about four years ago. I developed asthma right after I stoped smoking.
I have been with my current partner for about the same time, almost five years and he is a smoker. I have noticed that sometimes I get asthma episodes and/or attacks after I kiss him. Now, he does not smoke around me, and I never kiss him after he smokes.
What are the chances that my asthma worsens by kissing him? What are the effects of his smoking in me?
I'm very concerned because my asthma seems to worsen even if I take all my medication and follow up with every treatment.
Its been 4 years that you have been diagnosed with asthma, for which you taking meds already, we need to consider few points first:
As you know that asthma needs a trigger , which could be anything for example smoke, pollen , hay , animal fur , dust etc when exposed to these it triggers a...
She is 5 feet 1 inch, weight 74 kgs, but she is having thyroid since 2001, but now her thyroid is under control. Asthma is her genetic issue, her grandmother was having the same problem. We are staying in Kolkata. Please advise which doctor we should see, to cure the same.
This type of asthma is known as asthmatic allergic bronchitis .
Hay , mite , dust , pollen , mold , sudden rise & fall of temperature , humidity are the predisposing factors , so pleases take care about that.
When such patient visit in my clinic I advise them to take monteleukast +...
The reliever inhalor can be associated with increased heart rate. To reduce your need for it, you may want to consider the preventer inhalor.
This would prevent your symptoms from occurring at all.
The triggers for asthma vary but the more common ones are:...
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of asthma. In a asthma patient many factors can trigger asthma exacerbation. Common triggers of asthma are stress, cold exposure, any food to which the patient is allergic, lung infection to atypical organism and exposure to any noxious smoke etc....
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Whatever you are experiencing is just exertion.It s unlikely to be asthma.I advise you to maintain adequate hydration while in hot weather and keep washing your face with water regularly.This can reduce stress on you .
your asthma has increased due to fire as you are mentioning, there might still be smoke residue in the area which is not letting you symptoms reduce, you should go to hospital they will increase the dose or add another medicine to you present prescription, also try changing your place of stay...