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Child hood asthama recurring in adolescents. please suggest me the remedy

My child had asthama up to the age of 4yrs, after that he didn't have only, he was normal. but suddenly he got an severe attack again at the age of 18, I am worried, what to do now. he is on again inhalers and tablets. cant he get complete cure from it.
Fri, 23 Jul 2010
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Pulmonologist 's  Response
There is no permanent cure of asthma but a large no of patients especially in younger age group do benefit from allergy testing and subsequently from desensitization. either they do well without medicines or the doses r significantly decreased.
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  User's Response
There is no cure for asthma. It can only be prevented. you need to avoid the allergens which cause the attacks like pollens, dust, animal hairs, certain foods like egg, fish. You can consult an allergy specialist. there are various desensatization methods available
  Anonymous's Response

i heard asthma resolves by childhood, but few unlucky ppl get it back. do not worry this goes out if yiou use medicines regularly.

  User's Response
ven i am having asthma..i am very much there is no permanent cure itried all medicineds including ayurvedha with no i have learnt to live with it...
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