I am 37 years old. When I was about 17 I didn't have any trouble with my ashma anymore. I thought I had outgrown it. When I had my first child, my ashma let it be known it was still there. So basically, I was told by my doctor that you can not outgrow it, just may not be so bad at times in your life. Hope that helps.
Actually it is proven you can outgrow it. I'm 31 and currently serving in the USMC. I was born with Asthma and since I turned about 14 my asthma decreased a lot, and for about 11 years now I haven't had a single trace of it. I went to re-enlist and had to retake my medical evaluation and got in. As you know the rules on asthma were tighter then than nowadays. And you would think even if you get into the service with asthma you wont be able to go out in the Field. Well I've been through 2 tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan and combat experience. So don't ever give up and even in most cases that you get it for life, its always treatable
Asthma can become very serious if not treated properly, some times people will outgrow this condition.
Yes and no. Asthma symptoms get better in some children during adolescence and young adulthood, and may not return. For others, symptoms go away only to return a few years later. Some children with asthma never outgrow it.
There are different treatments of asthma including the use of an inhaler that will be prescribed by a doctor. Another thing that will treat asthma is time, often patients will have symptoms as children and will outgrow them in adult hood.
Outgrow was created in 2005.
Yes, you can outgrow allergies, but it might take a while.
Yes you can outgrow an allergy, but not everyone can. There isn't even a special treatment to outgrow an allergy. It just sort of happens!
You outgrow uniforms if you have gained or lost weight, or if you have grown in height.
They WILL outgrow it.
No, they GROW with them.