Just a statement above but I'm 54 and under the respiratory team at hospital as I get my xolair injections there every two weeks.
Not much improvement imo but I asked about uniphyllin or theophylline and consultant declined. I've been on every inhaler on the market, added into this was spiriva - stopped as pressure behind my eyes and they added Seebri which I don't really take as it makes me cough continually. I'm on Montelukast night and wanted Ventolin tablets as I'm taking my Ventolin inhaler about 8 times day and still get breathless.
I then asked about Ventolin tablets which I was on years ago and told they don't use them now.
I wondered if anyone was on uniphyllin and saw an improvement of they like me have chronic unstable asthma.