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What treatment is better for asthma and taking these tablets Seroflo 250: 2 puff ,Impravent inhaler ?

I am an asthmatic: Age 61 years, female, height-5ft, weight-63kg, having knee osteoarthritis , acid reflex symptoms but gusto esophageal endoscopy showed normal, having asthma for over 6years, Diagnosed as -Reversible Bronchial asthma, negative for TB and fungal infection . Advised medicines: (1) Seroflo 250: 2 puff two times OR 1puff 3 times/day; (2)Impravent inheler or Impravent nibulization: 2times/day; (3) Doxofyline- 400mg - 1 tab 2 times OR 1/2 tab two times; (4)pentaprazole-40 1tab or 1/2 tab two times daily and (5) Montelukast sodium-10mg once daily-(during acute attack for 15 days) : This treatment response to my asthma attack hardly works for 2- 3 months. Advise better asthma treatment ...
Asked On : Sun, 10 Apr 2011
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Please consult a asthma specialist. The failure to control may be due to GERD not getting controlled/ improper inhaler technique/other cause of wheezing etc
Answered: Wed, 7 Dec 2011
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ENT Specialist Dr. Naveen Kumar's  Response
Hi Roy,

Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum,
You need to consult your pulmonologist to find out what exactly has gone wrong and change the medications if required. I am sorry, it is indeed difficult to prescribe medicine on the net without thorough examination.
Take care

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Tue, 26 Apr 2011
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