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Suffering from asthma, taking only Alovent, no inhaler therapy. Having sneezing problem that goes alright after liquid goes out. Suggestions?

my son aged 14years is suffering from asthma for more than 3 years. (moderate obstruction). The doctor started with laricef - o 200, omnacortil , montek LC. Now he has prescribed alovent, to be taken if necessasary and he stopped all tablets. He is also not taking inhalation theraphy. Now in the morning he finds it difficult as he gets sneezing and after some time, when the liquid gets out of his nose, things become ok. Does this situation suggests that he will come out of his problem? my e mail id is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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if you want to get rid of the problem you have to withdraw all milk and diary products completely you can be cleared off the disease
after addition of milk and diary to diet after 2 years child start getting allergies and it increases as afe increases
you can add singular 10 mg bd
allera 130 mg bd
syp ventrolin 1 tsf bd
apply neosporin h eye ointment in nose bd and sea water drops 2 drops in each nose night as preventors of allergy
taper off steroids
i am sure you will off disease after 3 wk of withdrawing milk and diary
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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