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History of bronchial asthma. Taking Formonide. Have cough, wheezing, yellow sputum. Long term treatment?

Hi! I am 23 years old female. I was diagnosed to have bronchial asthma six years back. And I was given Formonide 400. I have been using the same for six years. I would usually use it two to three times a week. And once I used to inhale the Formonide, I would spit a lot of colourless sputum out, and wheezing used to reduce. But three weeks ago I caught cold , I took some antihistamines, which stopped the cold, but triggered cough . Now, I am stuck with a bad cough and wheezing, with yellow sputum, which is not reducing my wheezing even with Formonide. Kindly let me know, what is to be done as a long term treatment.
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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in asthma even with perfect treatment intermittent acute attacks may occur.
so attacks need further treatment with oral or injectable drugs to control asthma.
followed by this long term inhalation therapy needed
so you have to consult your GP/ pumonologist for correct treatment.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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