i have a 2 1/2 year old to she only seems to have moderate asthma which i suppose is good compared to most she was diagnosed after have a reaction to tree pollen that set of the wheezing symptoms and since then we can only go about a month of so with out any sign of anything, her symptoms do tend to be pollen count related but the weather this year has been so mad we cant predict when this will rise. she was nearly hospitalised in june but we were lucky we saw a really good asthma nurse while on holiday who saved us the 30 mile unknown route to the local A&E. she ended up on steriod tablets and antibiotics as there was so much noise on her chest she could hear a difference between wheeze and bubble.
she was only diagnosed in april after the severe reaction to tree pollen she was perscribed the ventolin inhaler and piriton we ended back a few days later with less of a wheeze but a persistant cough we were then perscribed the brown inhaler and stop the piriton. she was relativly symptom free until we were on holiday in june when it all started again after she started with a cold, she got to the point of not being able to walk with out pain and breathing difficulties.
im now thinking a month later we are heading the same way again she has her brown inhaler 2x twice a day and has the cough and needing her blue one probably more than she should also on piriton (not sure if its a cold or hayfever). she is spending a lot of time sitting rather than joining in the dancing and stuff on cbbies and generally not playing like she does normally. Off to see the doctor later, again, we should have our own seat. Thinking of asking to have allergy testing done as not sure if its allergies triggering it.