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My daughter was diagnosed with asthma since as long as

My daughter was diagnosed with asthma since as long as I can remember. We are tearing down the house and she breathed in a lot of the dust(plaster, wood, drywall) she’s severely allergic to dust and is having trouble breathing. What’s a way to help her breathing issues since it is fall and having a fan is too cold
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doctor1 MD

i am deeply pained my daughter has asthma since when she was child. it use come and go, atleast 3-4 times in a year. now also she gets the attacks. is there any permament cure, will ayurvedic medications help her for long term relief.

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Dear Doctor, I am 31 years old, male living in Mumbai. I have had a brief history of heart diagnostic starting a year ago. I had applied for a life insurance policy with SBI for which I was asked to get a health check up done at a reputed hospital in Mumbai. The cardiologist over there took my ECG and said that he cannot do a stress test as I was suffering from a heart disease cardiomyopathy and he said my heart is growing in size and I will need a heart transplant 10-15 years later . He asked me to get an angiogram done. But I thought I was hale and health and I ignored his suggestion to get an angio done. A few months later, I started getting some pain in the chest - sometimes burning, squeezing etc on the left part of the chest. It was not severe ever but mild pain. I went to a cardiologist (different one from the earlier one) and got an echo test and a stress test done. As per the reports, the echo test was normal while the stress test said border line positive for ischemia . The doctor however said this is likely to be a false positive as there was baseline abormality in my ECG and asked me to come after 3 months if the pain persists. As it so happened, the pain continued to come on and off. In the meantime, my father was diagnosed with liver cancer and I shifted base to Bangalore. Since I was getting these pains, I wanted to get them checked thoroughly and went to a cardiologist in Bangalore. He saw the reports and said the same thing that it is likely to be false positive. He did an echo test and said it was very likely false positive. He also said that if the pain continues, he will recommend a stress myoview. Unfortunately my father passed away within three months of diagnosis and I moved back to Mumbai. I visited the doctor again as I started getting palpitations and the pain continued to come. He said that it must be due to stress and he continues to think it is false positive. He however said that for my own comfort, I should get a CT-angiography done. I have read fair bit on the internet about all these tests and heart diseasees. I have read about all the risks involved in each of the procedures that have been recommended to me so far. I am not able to make out which is the right procedure for me. I am allergic to pollen and get asthma while in Bangalore. In Mumbai I am quite stable. I use siroflo inhaler occasionally. Apart from this I dont have any other health problems. My BP usually is 130-140/80-85. heart rate ranges 75-95. My cholesterol levels are not that great HDL -31, LDL -142, triglycerides - 199. Let me explain you about my pain: 1. It comes at various ponts on the left chest 2. Sometimes it is a burning sensation, sometimes squeezing, sometimes pains the way a wound would pain 3. The pain is off and on - average 4-5 times a week and lasts for a few seconds 4. Sometimes when I exhale, I get a pain along a column inside the chest. Feels as if something is rubbing 5. It has never been severe; mild pain and I continue to do my daily work as usual 6. I dont remember getting any chest pain while excercising. 7. At times when it pains, I feel like moving my chest to avoid pain. Can you please help me with what can be the cause for my pain and which test should I go for to know whether I have any heart disease or if yes, what is it? I have been an athletic individual for a long time. In the last 8-10 weeks, I feel my heart is pounding very hard and I can feel my heart beat a lot. I can see the left part of my chest shakes rhythmically with the heart beat. Please do let me know if you need any other information regarding my problem. Thanks.

doctor1 MD

Hi, last feb.i take medical examination and in my chest xray I was diagnosed with minimal ptb, , before the xray test I never told that I have asthma since I was child.and every chest xray test I always need to repeat twice, always need to take ALV.is this connected to my long time health problem with my asthma?, please help me.....Thanks

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