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Exercise induced asthma, constipation, back pain, urinary incontinence, headaches, tiredness. Causes for symptoms?

I m really worried. I;m a 15 year old female. I have exercise induced asthma . Recently I ve haven;t been able to go to the toilet properly, I can pee fine but I think I may be constipated. However I worried because I also have lower back pain and stomach pain. I also have Urinary incontinence . I get headaches more often even though I drink quite a lot of water and I feel extremely tired, all the time. I m wondering what is wrong with me :)
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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I think your asthma control has been compromised and exercise induced asthma is itself an indicator of poorly controlled asthma. Therefore your asthma treatment should be stepped up. Please go through a spirometry testing and record the FEV1. You should start your treatment with a formoterol-budesonide combination inhaler 200 at 2 puffs twice daily along with montelukast 10 mg daily at night. You should have to use them on regular basis. Buy a peak flow meter and record your peak flow daily in a chart to self-monitor your asthma. Consult a good pulmonologist for that and treat under his guidence and make a periodical visit to his clinic for proper monitoring.
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