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Asthma attacks, allergic to milk, eggs, soy, beef. Causes for recurring episodes?

Ihave a granddaughter who is 3 yrs ohd who takes bad asthma attacks about once or twice a week which se ends up at the hospital the last time she was a code red in was in there for 5hrs with her mother. it has keeps her from school she can t take milk eggs or soyand she s can t eat beef because of ellegics what could been making her have these asthma attacks so often
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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the asthma is mainly due to allergic cause. she might be having some sort of specific allergy to some thing. try to avoid that allergen either the one you have mentioned or may be some thing else especially cockroaches. also get the inhaler prescribed by her doctor. prophylactic antiallergents like monteleukast are very much effective

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