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Asthmatic, have sleep apnea due to air pass way. Should I use breathing pump?

hi i have sleep apnea .reason of the air pass way.i m 47 years old woman.i was pre mature born.with asthma until i was 7years.later on cure when i was growth. but now i have no breathing problem but the breathing plus timing inhale and exhale getting little slow..i m never use breathing pump.os i have one question? am i need to use breathing pump? i never did breathing test or flu shots before.its a necessary for me? i don t have health benefits or good income to afford my health checkup with lungs specialist. please suggest and good advice with home remedy too....
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
it might be allergies developing
if you have problem in past withdraw milk and diary proteins from diet
apply neomycin h eye ointment in nose bd sea water drops at night in each nose
and start with anti allergics singular 10 mg od
can continue for some time if recovers you can continue long time as these have no side effects if not when you have surplus of money go for sleep studies and find the cause which can tell to plan if we need pump or not
Answered: Sat, 25 May 2013
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