I am a 27-year-old male. Two years back, suddenly, I felt breathlessness. The next day, I consulted a pulmonogist and PFT (pulmonary function test) was done. Then the doctor said, the airways are blocked a little. The doctor advised me to use an inhaler and some tablets. I felt a great relief after using the inhaler and tablets. But now it started again.
My current situation is, I feel stuffy nose, and pain inside my nose. When I breathe deeply, I hear wheezing or something like clicking sound. I find difficulty in breathing. Please help.
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I can understand that you are worried about your health. Let me assure you first, do not worry much as all your symptoms can be relieved after taking regular medication and you can lead a normal life.
Did your pulmonologist diagnose you as an asthmatic? Asthma symptoms and other allergy symptoms can reccur many times after some duration. But you do not have to worry about them as you are now well aware about the medication. Still, I would advise you to get PFT (pulmonary function test) done once again because it is repeated annually in asthma patients. You can wait for some time until COVID-19 pandemic is going on.
One more thing, continue your inhaler medication at least for a year and then we can think of stopping after a repeat PFT. Also, do you have any acidity like symptoms? If there is any other thing which is bothering you, do let me know.
I hope this helps.
Bronchial Asthma with Allergic rhinitis.Investigations to be done:
Spirometry with bronchodilator reversibility testing.
Bronchial asthma with Allergic rhinitis.Treatment plan:
Tablet Predmet 8 mg (Methylpredinsolone) after food for 5 days twice daily, Pan (Pantoprazole) 40 mg once daily before breakfast, Formoterol 6 mcg + Budesonide 200 mcg MDI with spacer 2 puffs twice daily or whenever needed up to 4 times a day. Tablet Allegra-M (Fexofenadine and Montelukast) once daily for a month. Azelastine + Fluticasone nasal spray twice daily for one month.Preventive measures:
Avoid exposure to allergens.Regarding follow up:
Follow up after one month.
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