I noticed looking back at some older posts that quite a few people are on subcut therapy. Having had all my brochs and lung function tests repeated due to moving to a new county and hence a new hospital again I have been told that there is little options at the moment. Prophylatic antibs not possible as no infection to fight, methotrexate not allowed, omalizumab not allowed due to too few hospital admissions (I pride myself in this, they don't get it). The one thing they haven't mentioned again is subcut ventolin, probably because I shot them down before they even finsihed saying it when they did!
My main concern (apart from uncontrollable needle phobia) is being considered too high a risk and being umemployable in my field. I am a primary teacher, teaching 7 year olds in mainstream schools, but at the moment we have some very vulnerable children that often physically attack and that I sometimes need to restrain.
Just wondered what other do with regards to work and sub cut therapy.