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Does environmental condition have any impact on breathing and allergy ? What is the remedy ?

hi doctor ,presenlty i was residing in kuwait for work purpose,but actually iam an indian.Sir/madam whenever i go back to india on my vocation i feel my health condition pretty good and also my breathing is well but whenever iam in kuwait i felt hard to breath in mornings as well as while walking on the roadsides...also i have more cough when iam in kuwait (iam male,age:26 and my body weight 85 kg 5.75 height).iam using rotahaler-rotacaps it giving me the freedom from my breathing struggle.i cant understand what is my problem exactly...i did my x-ray tests in india everything was normal...pls give me a fine solution...also tell me can i continue with the rotahaler or not? also can i know the names of anti allergic drugs for bronchitis
Asked On : Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi, mohammed Ali,
Thanks for query,
Usually it should not happen it is likely that if atmosphere in Kuvait is of humid then you may get breathing problem.
Go for blood test for eosinophilia, which may produce this type of problem.
You may take antiasthmatic drugs like Eto-salbetol tab.
As an antihistamine you can take Cetrizine or levo-cetrizine.
ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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Pediatrician Dr. Suryakanta Baraha's  Response

welcome to hcm

thanks for the query

it seems that you are suffering from asthma

continue with the rotahaler.

avoid the allergen

if you are a smoker try to avoid smoking.

since you are getting only when you are in kuwait, it may be occupational asthma

along with bronchodilators an oral leukotriene antagonist or a mast cell stabilizer is recommended.cetrizine or levocetrizine can be used as antiallergic medication

so consult your physician about it

take care
Answered: Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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