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Persisting cough, asthma. Taking salbutamil and becotide. Symptoms not going. Do I have allergy?

I am in UK. I have this cough started a year ago on and off. I also have asthma , use becotide and salbutamol inhalers. on second course of steroids. started today, took first lot within half an hour I coughed up a lot of clear mucus . chest clear, temp ok, blood o2 sats 98%. but I am coughing until I vomit . all that comes up is clear mucus everyone. I am als constantly clearing my throat. Is this the asthma, do I have an allergy. Sometimes eating dry food or spicey food or just breathing in can trigger a coughing fit too. I am tired, worn out and feel like my GP is not taking this seriously. thank you
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
It is allergy
You take antiallergics instead of anti asthmatics
Stop all milk and milk products
take fexofenadine 120 mg twice a day
tab singular 10 mg thrice a day
syp asthalin 1 tsf tds
Syp (codeine +CPM) 1 tsf night
do for 10 days
all are available in UK
Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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