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i have eczema from my child hood with breathing problem also

i have eczema from my child hood with breathing problem also I am a 22 years old student.i have eczema from my child hood.with that i have some breathing problem also. frequently i get cold and that results in bronchitis. other time i dont have much problems in breathing.usually i dont consult any doctors for that. 2 years before i consulted a doctor due to acute bronchitis. after treatment for bronchitis he suggest me to use a dry powder inhaler(rota haler, 3 tablets per day).but i didnt continue it. from last week i have the problem and i had visited a doctor. she gave me some tablets(deriphyllin,levocetrizine,levofloxacine)and an inhaler Aerocort( beclomethasone+salbutamol). i have a doubt about that inhale. should i use it daily or is it for when i feel problem in breathing? what should i do as a prevention against bronchitis?should i continue the inhaler after the problem is over?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
According to ayurveda this problem is related with rakta(blood),rasa(lymph-?) & also with tri doshas. From childhood you are suffering from skin & bronchial problems,these 2 are well related with each other,as per the pathogenesis is considered.Any skin problem is due to deformity in blood+skin+mamsa(muscle)+tri-doshas.In asthamatic cases blood & vatta(vayu) are the major dushys i.e. basic causes.A special treatment is required for all these mentioned,if you are thinking to take an ayurvedic medicines.The medicines which you are currently taking are only symptomatic.I think for complete recovery ayurvedic medicines are the best path-way for you.
Answered: Sun, 13 Jun 2010
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from the history i could able to diagnose you are suffering from early stage of bronchial asthma .got so many causative factors.since you are student dont be an active or passive smoker.avoid pollutant in your area.regarding the usage of can use it for 3 months.then you can reduce the dosage or stop it.give me your feedback then only ican tell you further..
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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