Snce I was diagnosed earlier this year, I've had two preventers. The first one didn't have much of an affect, and I still got frequent symptoms, which got worse when I moved to uni. I told the asthma nurse at home, but she said I was fine and refused to change the inhaler. I got a new one from the asthma nurse at uni and this has worked really well in comparison, but I still get symptoms. I use my reliever about twice a week due to symptoms (and a few times before going to the gym. I still have the cough I've had since June and I still get SOB. I gave up on the gym today since I just couldn't manage. I can't measure my pf right now since I've left my meter at home so I'm not sure if that's changed.
I know the cold weather isn't going to help, and since it hasn't stopped raining for more than half an hour since I got here I can't avoid going out and getting wet. Plus everything is uphill (seriously, I never seem to go downhill!) I was just wondering if this is ok or not. It's a 20 minute walk to the health centre in the cold and rain so I don't want to go and be told it's fine! I've used the new preventer for about a month, and my first inhaler has just about ran out.
Thanks and sorry if this is a really stupid question!