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How to cure asthma?

Hello doctor, I would like to know a cure for asthma, I am 23, Female. I weigh 47 and height 5'3''. I take transcaps every day or maybe alternate days. It was a sudden attack 8 years back and then I never used to get it often, I started with 250 seroflo rotacaps and then before four years I went to a doc and he tested my lung capacity and then I reduced it to a 100 within the years( by daily usage). I am using budamate now but the irony is I get attack every day or alternate and I have difficulty breathing through my nose from childhood. I had undergone treatment for my mouth breathing when I was small (homeo), it was good when I did take the medicines but then I stopped it around 9 years or so and I have trouble breathing. I discovered something like I could breath through my one nose at a time while the other remains blocked, sometimes if my left is blocked it becomes more difficult than the other one and rarely I breath good through one and a bit through other. Please do prescribe me a solution. Can an asthma patient get married? Will they be able to lead a life without inhalers, as females have to get pregnant???

thank you
Wed, 28 May 2014
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Hi,

yes you can marry and can be pregnant without any complications to the child using inhalers.

There is different line of management based on your symptoms and spirometry results. There is controller therapy to prevent occurrence and reliever to relive symptoms. So based on your features we can plan fot the therapy. There may be chance of allergic rhinitis and polyp due to allergy. Treatment with mometasone nasal spray will help in management.

I advice you to consult pulmonologist once for examination for staging, diagnosis and management.

I hope this information helps you.
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