I have severe brittle asthma diagnosed by the Royal Brompton I 1995 when I ah to give up my beloved nursing. Sine the then flare ups have benn regular with at least 2 long hospital admissions a year . All,with maximum treatment some times even ventilation.
Mu consultants at my local, hspoiital worked with me and we all,discussed all meds and treatments. He was the first to tell,me if it was anxiety based etc.
However this admission a new consultant had started and it's just so different.
I was to,d to butt out if decisions in my care to.
Then today , still,having nebs and not feeling great he said I had 2 options ,go home or because they were making me better transfer to the Brompton , that has so many connectatiins from the past when I had to give up nursing .
I they had crossed off any reliever medication so allows no nebs until a dr had listened to my chest - I waited from 8pm till 2.30 am and was then told I was not wheezy .
But they all say , you have very nasty brittle asthma that we do have to be careful with .
WHAT DO I DO NOW ????