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Asthma, upper respiratory infection. Taken steroid pills, antibiotics, breathing treatment. No relief. Treatment?

I have asthma I was taken to the hospital 2 nights ago and was diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection. They gave me steroid pills and antibiotics and breathing treatment while there they gave me 3 breathing treatments which they said didn t help and then they gave me 3 steroid pills and a steroid breathing treatment I was told that it didn t sound any better well I am home and doing as I was told but I am not feeling like I am getting any better in fact I can feel my heart racing and chest is really tight. I have high blood pressure. Should I return right away or give it a few more days and see what happens. Very confused can t afford a waisted ER visit.
Asked On : Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
the antibiotics are not needed in asthma
steroids increases blod pressure
if yu are taking bp control medicine the salt of that medicine increases asthma so have to corelate according to history
you can have antiallergic like montelucast 10 mg tds
bronchodilator syrups and antacid gel tds
can have antiallergic and bronchodilator inhalers sos
contol bp with medicine salt that do not increase allergies
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