Salutations, Breathing Brotherhood! I was wondering whether you could start an asthma treatment in one country (talking about Western Europe) and continue in another one. I know there should be no problems since although the name of the medicines may vary, their composition is still the same. Also, if you change doctor he/her may not agree with your treatment or what your previous doctor said to you. You may also have some kind of hassle getting to buy medicines, we all know asthma ones are not a paracetamol, which is not especially expensive. I lived in Britain, moved to Spain, started my treatment there 3 years ago and now I want to come back. I am Spanish originally and hold my British Social Security number. Thank you; every comment is appreciated.
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