HiI have type 2 brittle asthma. It is usually very well controlled but I have had several very bad attacks in the last couple of months involving paramedics, A+E, overnight stays in hosp and one longer stay.When I was at the chest clinic last week the doctor asked me to think about having a home nebuliser. I know they are very useful for lots of people but I am worried that with brittle asthma I will spend time setting up a nebuliser when I should be calling for help. I can go from normal peak flow to almost unconsious in 5 to 10 mins.Is ther anyone out there with brittle asthma who has experience of a home nebuliser and did it help?
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