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I have asthma the inflammatin comes up to my mount how can

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i have asthma the inflammatin comes up to my mount how can stop it . been to three dr. this week
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  RK replied 8 years ago.


Welcome to JustAnswer!

How old are you?

When was asthma diagnosed?

How often do get asthma symptoms?

Do you get nighttime symtpoms?

What medications are you on?

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
prednsione tab 20mg ranitidine tab 300mg amoxicillin cap 500mg albuterol sulfate 0.0083 age 28 diagnosed age 16 some day fine mosting when my sinics flamation up
Expert:  RK replied 8 years ago.

May I know what you mean by fluid coming up from the lungs?

Do you have nighttime symptoms?

Customer: replied 8 years ago.

im 28

when i 16

all year nose down in to lungs


predsione tab 20 mg , ranitidine tab 300 mg, amoxicillin cap 500mg, albuterol sulfate 0.0083


Customer: replied 8 years ago.

thats what it flees like


Expert:  RK replied 8 years ago.

Usually asthma is treated with stepwise approach.

The treatment you are on is meant for step 5 therapy.

But the symptoms you have mentioned come under step 3. So you are already taking medications for the most severe type.

IN spite of it if it is worsening, then the worsening or trigger factors are to be looked for and treated which include smoking, infection, allergens, certain medication, certain food, air pollution, certain occupational factors, hormonal factors, stress and GERD.

There is also an entity called steroid resistant asthma.

My suggestion -

Treat the trigger factors.

Take the antiasthma medications as advised by your doctor

If still worsening consider newer form of treatment like immunomodulators.

Customer: replied 8 years ago.