I was admitted last year following an asthma attack and they did was keep me in and give me nebulizers, steriod tablets and antibiotics. I recovered well, though it took quite a while. Yesterday, when I went into to see my GP, I have a chest infection and my asthma is worsening, she said she wanted me admitted to hospital. I refused because I have children and nobody to care for them. I was prescribed nebulizers, steriod tablets and antibiotics and allowed home so long as I go back in tomorrow and see her again. She wants me to have improved or else I have to be admitted. I am really struggling in between nebulizers, and I am quite short of breath though not like I was in her office, thank goodness for medicine. I suppose, as well as worrying about how to care for my children if I went in to hospital, I just wanted to ask, is there really anything more they can do for me? Surely, I am on the right treatment, so I just need to give it more time. I am not trying to ask for medical advice. Just peace of mind to have some idea of what can happen. If I am already doing everything, then I don't want to bother other people needlessly to care for my children. Thank you, and sorry for such a long post.