I on deriphylline tablets for asthama, but when it worsens then only i will use asthalin pumps, now a days neither the tablets nor the pumps help me. i am tired most of the times, should i go for steroids ?
HI!YOU have not specify ur age and sex. asthma ur suffering from may be stress induce or itmay be related to food allergy. another possibikity is acid-peptic disease or GERD[GASTRO-ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE] so pl.before switching over to steroid consult god pulmonologist o gastroenterologist.
Inhalers are always the first line treatment for asthma. They can be relievers (such as salbutamol) or preventers (such as steroids). You seem to be using only relievers. That is dangerous.
Please get you objective assessment done using a spirometry. Get you present attack treated well first. Later, the goal of treatment is to keep you free from symptoms with no need for rescue medicines. Persistent symptoms with frequent rescue medicines will lead to airway remodeling and permanent damage to the airways!
If the asthma is not gettting under control. It is beter you take steroids this is very helpful in preventing the symptoms. There are various steroid sprays available you can ask your doctor to prescribe the steroid inhaler.
Hi, I have problem of common cold, the symptoms are continuous sneezing, blocked nose, headache specially at right side etc. When a take a tablet containing chlorpheniramine, or montek lc, I get temporary relief, but then again in a week or 10 days time, I get this common cold. During my childhood, I had the problem of mild asthama. Recently I was suggested by an ENT surgeon to take Fluxonase nasal drops which worked for me and I did not have cold for 2 months. Then again it developed because of change in weather. Should I go for CT scan, or should I keep taking dosage of Fluxonase as and when I get cold ?
Hi I have a little boy who is four, he suffers badly with asthma, has been put on to medication to help control it but nothing is working. My doctors responds wasn t Just up his sterioids since taking the orally sterioids he s become very distressed, can t sit still, hitting, punching. And again another nose bleeds. He seems to be having nose bleeds every time he s put onto sterioids. His pumps never seem to help him when he s having an attack. And every time he is put on steroid tablets, surely there must be something else to help him, he can t keep going in hospital every month. He is due to start school in September and going to really struggle
I am a 54 year old female that has had allergies and asthma for over 20 years. We recently moved to the Northwest and had to change doctors. The allergist that I went to took me off the Flovent that I was using and put me on shots. After two years of getting 6 shots a week for all the allergies that I have, I was not improving at all. So I went to another allergy doctor, who put me on a maintenance level of Prednisone, This worked wonders but I gained a lot of weight and my gynecologist was worried about bone density. Now I m at a point where I m not sure what to do. I am taking Singulair for the asthma and Nasacort for the allergies. I currently have no allergy doctor, just my Primary. She has suggested that I go back on Flovent and has written a prescription. Does this seem like the right course of treatment or is there something better that I should be doing?
Good Morning, I am 71 years of age and have been taking Alendronic & calichew tablets for a approx. 4 years. I have developed little white spots all over my face. Is this due to the calcium intake? I also use a becotide inhaler morning and evening.
Sir' I'm a 58 yrs. old man having 5'4" and 63kgs. I would like to donate my kidney and liver. So far, by HIS grace, I'm healthy. No sugar, no pressure. Only complaint is that I'm a chronic allergic for cold. I'll take inhaler for Asthma maximum once in a month. Am i eligible for that. If so how long to recover to lead a normal life? Is both can be done at a stretch? Is my age is a hindrance for the receiver? Kindly answer me. Thank You
Hi I have just come out of kalgoorlie hospital after being diagnosed with atrial fibulatiion.Iwas and still are experiencing wheezing and coughing,The doctor said it was a form of cardiac asthma They said there is nothing really i can take to help the wheezing but they did suggest a ventolin puffer Should i be trying something else The cough does not produce any gunk
Dear doc, I am 63 years female person. I have regular diabetic type 2 medication and my chlorestral, sugar, thryroid etc under control.
I never had a problem like cold, caugh, flu etc., but past one year I get constant cough, throat irritation, initialy I had antiboitics, gargle, cough syrup etc mostly bet 5 to 7 days it comes under control.
but this the third time I was severly affected and the experience was torchous. I live in Bangalore, recently I went to Chennai were I was severely affected and on 2nd June I visited a doctor who gave me medicine and I had to return from the station on 3rd june, since I had dizziness, severe cough but not temp. I did not eat 2 or 3 days then I met my family doctor after a very long period, he advised to meet an asthma specialist and he also suggested that I may have phlum in my lungs etc.
Could you kindly advise what specialist I should meet, I am registered with St Johns Bangalore. RAJALAKSHMI
My abdomen is steadily growing with an even round appearance.I look 7-8 months pregnant and my belly now extends further than my breasts. I began to feel movement the last week of August although they have always seemed unusually high and until 6...
I took my son in who just got back from a XXXXXXX Hosp. where he was diagnosed with pneumonia He is sleeping constantly and taking vitamins and lots of liquids and meals His perscriptions were lost. What should we do? He is homeless and penniless...