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... I'm worn out here. I have asthma that is triggered by cold air and pollution. ... (43 replies)
Cold Air and cough
Nov 25, 2007
... Thanks for the reply Gabby. I was given a rescue inhaler last fall for what the pulmonologist thought was asthma triggered by a sinus infection. Ended up with a neb at home and a portable one as well. Used it for about 8 weeks. ... (4 replies)
... I know it is not good for them, but my child is 7 and has gone through this alot. anyways the only thing that helps her stop coughing is prednisolone, it is a steriod but it does work, we have ended up in er alot with asthma attacks and guess what they always give her, that pred, she is also on advair 45/21, singular 5mg,and now zrytec. well i hope this helps you. i know how... (43 replies)

... t I had coughing astham and gave me an inhaler. I went off to college and the asthma didn't bother me again for about 10 years. Then, last year, I got a very bad cold and cough and the cough just never went away. ... (5 replies)
... I'm sitting here really frustrated with this Chronic Chough. I think I'm now on week 16 of this flare. It started as a pure asthma attack when cold smoky air settled in for a week. I got my lungs sounding better, but my cough has hung in. ... (15 replies)
... mary symptom is a chronic cough. When it is really bad, I also get some chest tightness. I sometimes have some allergic triggers, but more often my attacks are triggered by extremely cold air, polluted air and chemical exposures. ... (6 replies)
... y, in asthmatics it's generally regarded as dangerous to suppress a cough, so if you start having coughing fits try taking some ventolin, and see if it helps you cough up whatever's causing the irritation. Some days you're probably just better off staying inside. ... (10 replies)
... r control first. If you're still having problems, maybe you need to use a stronger one. I think most adults are on the 250, and kids use the 100, but I can get by just fine on it, too. You may want to either talk to him and try something else, or see a specialist. ... (4 replies)
... I was treated successfully by a good PCP for years. When she left the practice, I couldn't find another supportive doctor. ... (22 replies)

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