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Normal Spirometry And Asthma
Can someone with a normal spirometry score of 80% still have asthma? I just want to know. Yes or no?
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Hi, yes , early onset Asthma Will need to assess clinical symptoms and spirometry report for better assessment
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It is possible patient has hypersensitive airways . Also depends when was the Pft done . Was medicine used before the test ? Consider for a personal consult for detailed discussion
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Hi. Yes even with normal spirometry they can have asthma. Open a online consult for a detailed analysis of your symptoms and to suggest you treatment Prescription
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yes definitely..in asthma in between the episodes spirometry is normal mostly.. so in asthmatics spirometry can be normal..
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