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Seasonal asthma, throat inflammation on exposure to cold air. Will romilast medication help?

I am a 64 year old male patient of seasonal ashthama. I am looking for a medication for reducing my cold air sensitivity of my bronchial passage. Cold air and cold temperatures in winter season inflame my throat and air passage. Every entry of inhealed air, irritates my respiratory passage including throat. I heard about Romilast Tablets. Are they the right treatment to reduce my cold air sisitivity ?:
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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the best choice you can think of
montelucast brandname romelast is the best you ca take 10 mg once a day continuously for life long you can increase dose to bd or tds according to condition
you can also apply neosporin h eye ointmment in nose bd
sea water drops 2 drops in each nose at night
you can continue for long and all your symptomps will be under control
no need of takin anti biotics
avoid disprin spirin paracetamol dietry suppliments to prevent flare up of asthma
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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