The report does not have any major abnormality
. Management of asthma
is usually based on clinical symptoms with pulmonary function test. Nowadays many trials advocated sputum eosinophil
as a tool for management of asthma and to determine the dose of steroid
. The problem with sputum eosinophil is that most of pathologists and laboratory technicians are acquainted with this. Many a times patient gives saliva as a sample of sputum.If you have clinical symptoms with Pulmonary function abnormalities then it's better to start management comprising of inhalational steroid with long acting bronchodilator( MDI Foracort 2 puffs twice daily as ex). However I can not give a definite management based on sputum report and not seeing you clinically. You should better consult a pulmonologist
. Hope, I satisfied your queries.