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Have asthma problem. Getting breathing difficulty while suffering from acid reflux. What's wrong?

Hi, I had asthma since I was little, and I had a problem In the upper stomache sphincter which made me suffer from acid reflux , Making my asthma worse. Lately I have been feeling something in my Throat as if I was chocking, and its been very difficult to breath, especially exhalation . In order to breath, I have to force every breath, which exhausted me. My doctor did all sorts of tests, including a ct scan but didn t find anything.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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In every asthmatic patient asthma is exacerbated by some preceding factor.
The sensation of lump in the throat may be due to infection as the throat becomes congested.
Acid reflux disease is another factor that causes the inappropriate sensation of lump in the throat and retrosternal burning.
You should take medicines for Asthma and Acid reflux disease on regular basis.
For Acute exacerbation of Asthma use combination of Antibiotic, An inhaler that is the combination of steroid and bronchodilator and Nebulization for acute attacks with ventolin or clenil and tablets such as Monteka that is leukotriene receptor antagonist.
For acid Reflux disease use Proton pump inhibitor such as Esomeprazole once before breakfast.

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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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