My daughter is 21 she has been hospitalized at least five times every time for three days. I noticed her asthma gets worse when she pregnant does that happen to others.
Hospitalized for ASTHMA: My daughter is... - Living with Asthma
That sounds scary! I'm sorry to hear that. For pregnant women, about 1/3 have asthma that gets better during pregnancy, 1/3 have asthma that stays the same, and for another 1/3 it worsens. Does she have a good pulmonologist?
Sounds as if she could possibly be allergic to to Albuterol? There are numerous inhalers on the market. She should get with a highly specialized pulmonary doctor right away to get this narrowed down to what will get her feeling better. I'm very sorry to hear about this.
Sorry Nesiar78, it seems that whatever emergency inhaler she's using, the chemistry isn't compatible with her. I don't know if it's albuterol or not, but something just isn't right in dealing with her body's chemistry. Please get her to a asthma specialist right away.
Does she see an asthma specialist?
Only seen three times it's about forty minutes away and we don't have a vehicle so she takes bus. I really wish I could go with her she kinda shy not to comfortable with asking questions really wish she would ask more questions. But honestly I think her specialist is working and I hope she continues to see him
I am sorry to hear about your daughter's asthma! Please keep us updated on her progress. Sending positive vibes 😊
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