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Suffering with asthma, feeling of chest heaviness, wheezing. No improvement with medicines. Suggestion?

hi i have been to hospital and doctor with my asthma problem..i am taking my medication for the last 6 days and it s still the same...i feel tired all the time...and also it s very hot and humid and there was forest fire smoke a while back,,,my chest feels very heavy all the time...and i have a lot of wheezing ..should i go back to hospital..any suggestions please help...
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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your asthma has increased due to fire as you are mentioning, there might still be smoke residue in the area which is not letting you symptoms reduce, you should go to hospital they will increase the dose or add another medicine to you present prescription, also try changing your place of stay for a few days and come back later after that area is cleared of smoke, it takes a while for smoke to fully clear.
your tiredness is also due to repeated attack of asthma. you must go to hospital soon.
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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