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... t know what job to do in the future. ... (1 replies)
... When he was tested for allergies, what type of testing did they do? ... (7 replies)
... pulmonologists. I do love the medications I'm on, my new corticosteroid did markedly stop me wheezing after laughing too hard. ... (5 replies)

... tness in my chest since last January. I've had asthma since I was a kid. Uusually I get a chest cold or some kind of infection like once a year and Antibiotics do the trick. Well in January I got like 3 in a row and it has never really gone away. I've seen pulmonologists and gastro Dr's. ... (10 replies)
... the good thing about pediatric pulmonologists is that most of them think of allergies playing a role in asthma first. Most are equipped with the supplies needed to test for allergies in young patients. ... (5 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)
... weeks now. We haven't been sleeping for so long now and my frustration just keeps growing. I am truly angry and frustrated! It is really tough not being able to do anything and seing your child suffer. ... (43 replies)
... changes. Now, I'm stuck seeing an NP I don't want to see...on the off chance she'll pass something on to the Doctor or I have to schedule another 5 months out. Pulmonologists are in such short supply that the good ones have huge waitlists. ... (37 replies)
... your doctor so you don't forget when you have your appointment. It is important that you ask them to establish a written asthma action plan for you so you know what to do with which symptoms. ... (21 replies)
... Pulmonologists are usually pretty good about allergies, and could probably help you more than an allergist could, just becuase pulmonologists have had more experience dealing with the real actual physiological changes that asthma does to your lungs. ... (5 replies)
... I want to start off by saying that I also have been suffering with what has been labeled air hunger for the past year and a half. My symptoms included constant chest pain, pressure, and shortness of breath. ... (1 replies)
... He is really good, but I called the other pulmonologists in my area and they were booked out just as far also so I waited for him. ... (29 replies)
Spirometry results
Apr 27, 2005
... increase...You can check what your predicted value of your FEV1 is via your height, age and gender. ... (3 replies)
... however it doesn't seem to do anything. ... (1 replies)
... pulmonologists who do routine lung function testing after prescribing new drugs to see if they work instead of relying on their stethoscope. ... (13 replies)
Xolair, maybe
May 29, 2011
... and inhalants too. I have to say, after all this, I would NOT have accepted the Xolair program had I known THEN what I know NOW. ... (12 replies)
Is this Asthma?
Jan 19, 2009
... I have seen several doctors and pulmonologists about my symptoms and some of them diagnose me with asthma and some do not know what is wrong with me, maybe I can get some insight here. ... (3 replies)
... rgies. The Nasonex decreases underlying inflammation in your nasal passages. Those with allergies sometimes have a condition called allergic rhinitis. This is what causes you to have nasal issues with your allergies. Allegra is your basic antihistimine. ... (4 replies)
... while it only confirmed what I already suspected, it was still nice to see an allergist. In my experience, pulmonologists don't take asthmatics seriously unless they have very very severe asthma..remember they see much sicker people. ... (15 replies)
... 1. Maybe things are different where I live, since my GP is extremely good at taking care of my asthma -- he's one of the best doctors I've ever had the pleasure of associating with and seems to really care about what's going on. He's asthmatic himself so he keeps up on new medications and treatments and research. I've met a couple hospital-pulmonologists in my life and two out... (14 replies)

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