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Wheezing from birth
Dear Sir, I am not sure if it is too late, I have wheezing problem since I was a 6months baby. My parents tried their best to get my disorder resolved taking me to various consultants, However no change. Last, I met Dr. Raju in Raju hospitals for this wheezing problem. He had taken some tests on both my hands and then he suggested me to go with Cipla Inhalers. Since then I have been using CIPLA ROTOCAPS Seroflo 100. (Almost 15+yrs now), I know I cant live without this reliefer. If this medicine get extincted from the world, I am for sure I will die within a week of its extinction :) .. Now, this year, I had severe wheezing due to frequent travel and cold climate, though I live in Chennai. Can you suggest me what can I do.. Is it good to continue using Seroflo 100 rotocaps or I need to do extra medication to get rid of Wheezing from my life.
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Hi. I understand your concerns. asthma is a chronic problem causing symptoms. You will need to undergo a pulmonary function test to assess severity of asthma based on which treatemnt can be started. Consult a pulmonologist for the same. Hope your questions were answered. Thank you.
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Hey, relax. No medicines is going to extinct.. your medicine is your need, you are not addicted to it.. Seroflo 100 may be low dose for you and you should shift to 250 if you have more symptoms. Remember that this medicine works for 12 hours and you need to take it twice a day even if you feel normal. Most problems are because people don't take it properly or they shift to one time daily when they feel good. That is completely wrong and follow a good pulmonologist advise I a proper way in a proper dose by a proper technique.
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