Dear Lybrate user, if you have been prescribed an inhaler, it means you have respiratory issue.
For a proper diagnosis visit a pulmonologist & get your pulmonary function test.
Meanwhile use your inhaler twice daily for best results.
Wishing good health.
You are taking the right treatment. Continue all, I hope nasal spray you are taking at least twice a day. If your symptoms do not improve with these, you may need a course of oral steroids. I am available for online consultation.
Dear Lybrate user, inhaler medication is the safest, cheapest and most scientific method of treatment of asthma, in routine and emergency situations.
Your levolin inhaler is a short acting medicine (its effect doesn't last long)
please visit a pulmonologist for pft test & get an individualized treatment plan.
Wishing you good health.
MD, MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases / Pulmonary Medicine
You need to get yourself evaluated by pulmonologist near u. I doubt pft can be done at this hour (due to covid 19 threat) but you will surely get proper guidance. Only oral tablets is not a good solution for asthma.
Inhalers are required even if in small quantity. Also visit a gynaecologist regarding your menstrual problem ,take care.
Deriphyllin is not recommended for asthma and allergy.
Treatment for asthma and allergy are inhalers, anti-allergy tablets.
You will need a lung function test, chest xray, ige and cbc level following which your inhaler dose and tablets can be decided.
Dear Mr. lybrate-user,
inhaler dose and strength needs to be decided with symptoms and pft report.
If your symptoms are persisting, repeat a pft a chest x-ray and ige levels with a cbc
underlying allergies need to be ruled out.
Also get a x-ray of the sinuses as sinusitis may increase the symptoms.
If you acidity start treatment for that as it also worsens asthma.
Wheezing is common in asthma but its absence doesn't rule it out.
Fever could be because infection due to low immunity.
Once the corona virus settles please get yourself evaluate