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Congenital respiratory problem, was under cpap, acute asthma, taking budecort. Should I continue?

my son is 4yers old its been two year since he is using budecort respules 0.5mg. he has acute atsma. nand since he is using the budecort he did not get any atack.... shall i continued the budecort? for how long he will use it? since he was born he was having respiratory problem he could not breath on his own he was under cpap for 4 day and when he was 3month the doctor diagnose he is bronchilitise and when he was 1 doctore diagnose him atsmatic
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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As your son is having asthma, he is put on Cap Budecort.
Budecort is steroid. It is used for maintenance treatment of asthma.
While withdrawing the drug you have to make sure that some other drug is available to take care of asthma for your son.
If you discontinue drug suddenly, it might provoke acute asthma attack.
So discuss with your treating physician regarding withdrawing medicine. The drug needs to tapered slowly.
I hope I have answered your query. In case of doubt feel free to consult.
Best regards,
Dr. Neelam.
Answered: Sat, 19 May 2012
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