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Suffering from asthma. Using ashthalin inhaler. Feeling conjusted and breathless. Suggest

I am 25 yrs old girl. I m suffering from asthma from last 10 yrs...I am using ashthalin inhaler I use 5 to 6 puffs in day.nd specially in night I take 1 puff and 1 puff when I get up in dat time I feel conjusted in my chest.or breathless.I have taken so many medicines.its has no use....due to dis my my weight is 58 kgs according to my height it must be b/w 45 to height is 5 .I am overweight. wht should I do to reduce my weight nd to control my asthma.plZz suggest me.I am vry tensed due to dis problem.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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us anti allergics montair fx twice a day this is combination of montelucast and fexofenadine
syp ascoril 1/2 tsf tds
inhalers can be continued with this
if you completely stop milk and diary produts nd eliminate from diet your wt will be reduced and asthma will be controlled with minimum medcines
milk and diary are animal proteins and thet increases allergies
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