Yes you should. For both Asthma and Allergies, a doctor in general practice may not recognize allergies. Some doctors do recognize and treat allergies while others do not. An allergist (sometimes listed as "Allergies and Immunology") specializes in this particular area and are up-to-date (we hope! As in some countries, allergists don't even know what anaphylaxis is.) on treatments. As with any doctor, it is good to get recommendations from your doctor, friends, or professional organizations. If you are uncomfortable with one allergist, try another. For children, there are allergists who specialize in pediatric allergies or advertise that they treat children. Though any allergist can treat adults or children, it sometimes helps to have one who definitely *likes* children and respects the differences between adults and children.
ASTHMA: Pediatricians seem reluctant to use the term asthma. This bugs my allergist (and me), because he feels it precludes proper treatment sometimes. If you see any asthma symptoms and are poo-pooed by the pediatrician, see an allergist! This seems most often the case with an allergic kid who coughs every morning. I've heard MANY stories of pediatricians who, at most, tell parents to use an antihistamine (worse, cold medicine; worst, don't worry). Then the child ends up in acute distress in the hospital!
Allergists are most up to date on asthma treatment, which really matters. Allergists can often pinpoint particular allergens to avoid, from testing or only history! Allergists will tell you which environmental changes to make.
i completely agree with that entire answer and an asthma allergy doctor i recommend is Lisa Barociano (i don't really know how to spell the last name) She is a great doctor and is located in east hanover
Yet another answer!
You should definetly see an allerrgist or a doctor. When I was twelve my doctor gave my cough syrup and a week later I was rushed to hospital after running a mile!
The best way to find a reliable doctor to help you with your child's asthma is by going to YourCity.MD. There are patient testimonials, doctor ratings, and much more which make it easy to find the right doctor for you and your child. I really suggest it!
Go to a doctor and a pharmacist and get your stuff, genius.
are often allergic to something like mold that sets off the asthma attack. A good first approach is to take the child to an allergy doctor to see what allergies if any exist and avoid them or get allergy treatments.
Yes it is. You should see a doctor for asthma.
nothing. for lactose intolerance you can take a lactose pill. lactose intolerance is the gut's incapability to deal with milk sugar. this should never be confused with a true and possibly deadly allergy. food allergy reactions can be serious. if you have mild allergy-induced asthma, your doctor might be able to put you on an asthma maintenance medication that would help control the effects of the allergy. Singulair is one that comes in pill form.
Most Asthma suffers are also diagnosed with allergies. If your Asthma is allergy related you should have been tested to find out the allergens you are sensitive to. Some common allergy related Asthma triggers are animal dander. If you are not sure what your trigger point/s are or have not been tested, it is best to speck to your doctor about this. If you have been tested for allergies and had a negative result to animal allergens, then there should be no problem in having a dog. There are Asthma-friendly stuffed dogs on the market if you are allergic to animal dander.
You should always talk to your doctor if you have any kind of persistent problem. Internal allergy possibilities are no exception.
To be an asthma and allergy specialist, an allergist, a medical degree from an accredited medical school such as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree, a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree, or a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS/MBChB) degree must be earned. After earning one of these medical degrees, a fellowship in allergy/immunology following a residency in internal medicine or pediatrics.
Some peoples asthma is mild but some people have much worse asthma if you want to be a pilot you should ask your doctor how bad you asthma is. then your doctor can determine if you should be a pilot or not
A GP should do.
well, if you have already seen a doctor and been told you have asthma, you shouldn't have too until you have an attack or it starts acttin up
You should avoide sour things and cold drinks. even water don't drink water that is cool just drink water which is at room temperature. take advice from the doctor get allergy tests done.
the doctor can give u an asthma pump, an asthma machine and pills
Allergy medicine, talk to your doctor
A doctor should diagnose you. You may have the symptoms of difficulty breathing but it could be bronchitis or pneumonia.
You should probably see your family doctor if you think you might have asthma symptoms when you run. You could always look on WebMD for typical symptoms and information but your doctor really should be consulted.
Uppers, Downers, Allergy Medication, Inhaler (he had severe asthma as a child) Sleeping Pills, Barbiturates, Demerol, all of which were prescribed by his Doctor.
The best way to determine which multivitamin is the right choice for your children is to consult your childs doctor. This way they can tailor the various multivitamins to your childs specific needs.
Normally the doctor that treats asthma is an allergist, since he or she not only treats asthma, but diseases relating to it, like hay fever.
Your family care doctor will diagnose asthma based on your condition, or your doctor will forward you to an specialist to determine how serious your asthma condition.
Symbicort is only for people that have asthma. I would ask the doctor and make sure.
You may get a red pin prick type rash,and your symptoms will not improve,an alternative should be sought from the prescriber/doctor
You should contact your doctor for proper medical advice.
Asthma is a critical breathing disorder which is treated by an inhaler when needeed. People with this disorder should take precautions and be healthy. Further questions should be asked to a family doctor.
No, if you use an inhaler it will not cause you to get asthma.