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Had walking pneumonia. Breathlessness, rapid heart rate. Taking reflux medicine. Asthma attacks?

My extremely fit 17 yr old daugher had walking pneumonia and now two months later still cannot run, or skate. climbing stairs causes shortness of breath and rapid heart rate, and Advair and Albuterol inhalers have done little. The ENT started reflux medicine and they are trying to rule out vocal chord dysfunction. Could she just be having asthma attacks and recovering from her illness? we have pulmonary function testing, echochardiogram and Holter monitor tests scheduled. Thoughts?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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thanks for your quiry

these are allergic disorders
and needs to avoid from allergens
especially dust and smoking
pollens and strong perfumes

contine taking mast cell stabilizers, steam inhalaion , treatment for pnemonia

and apply almond oil in the nostrils
hope this will be helpful to you
take care
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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