Hope you are all well
My little girl, Holly, who's 6 is really struggling with her asthma just now and after trying to rule out everything else, I'm presuming its the not so nice icy air in Ayrshire just now.
We managed to get her back onto flixotide and ventolin inhalers a few weeks ago but had to change her back to nebulising budesonide and ventolin again recently to try to stabalise her a bit. Also just finished another course of prednisolone but was just wondering if anyone had any ideas how to beat this cold weather before we consider giving her another course of prednisolone.
Phoned Gp's for advice to be basically told that I know her asthma better than them and just to let them know when we need the prednisolone. Tried cons for advice but he's on holiday (again) and not back for a fortnight.
She gets wrapped up with the compulsary scarf round her mouth and nose and house and school are always comfortable temperatures for her. Also stopped swimming lessons and tae kwon do lessons for a little while but really don't want to stop her dancing lessons as thats all she has left.
Any ideas on how to survive the winter temperatures a little more effectively would be very welcome.
P.s Thought I'd add that I'm not looking for emergency or medical advice, just maybe tips in general.