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What would be next?
kellym39ca posted:
Hey all;Went through the last 12days of *&^% and still not back to myself as of yet. And still on prednisone for another 11days before getting into the specialist, who opened up a spot just for me, which makes me wonder
well, be repeating breathing tests as well as chest X-rays.
so I have done all the tests, what is next? Is it just a matter of finding the right controllers. Already on Symbicort (4puffsx2day), Singulair (1aday), Ventolin (which at this time can be anywhere from 2x a day to 4x a day - so yeah no much control). Is there other tests that might occur?
Just curious, just trying to figure out what might be
Thanks All;
jaleal66 responded:
Kelly has ben the same way for me but longer will see the especialist till dec 3 did 10 day in hospital in the start for pneumonia and all hell broke with this asthma good days ,bad days ,medications reactions, side effects you nameit so tired trying to get this under control please keep update in your progress thamks
kellym39ca replied to jaleal66's response:
Will do, here was talk of Xolair but I don't know yet.

kellym39ca replied to jaleal66's response:
Hi All;Just wanted to write a bit of a note. After 3wks of being off, I have been approved to go back to work, modified and shortened hours but at least back to work.
Still not totally sure what happened, other than a possible viral infection. I do think thats what it is but what bothers is that now any time I get a touch of something is it going throw everything out of whack and send me to hospital?? I hope not
Still on prednisone for another 16days. And still high doses of symbicort. But no Ventolin for a few days too. And told not to use the adrovent anymore, which is just fine with me, horrid stuff!!
So fingers crossed that things go well

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