I was diagnosed with exercise induced asthma a few years ago. Now the same symptoms are happening all day. Does full blown asthma come on that fast? It was like one day I didn't have it and the next day I did.

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chance
Answered 9 months ago    reply

Idk but I’d see a doctor


deandrealett84
Answered 9 months ago    reply

Asthma can change pretty quick, it's like I usually never have trouble with mine, but let me get a infection and I'm on predisone, nebulizer treatment every 4 hours antibiotics


robichaud.l
Answered 9 months ago    reply

It can change very quickly. I’ve been in ED and was ‘stabilised’, then all of a sudden I went downhill before their eyes. I suggest seeing your Dr ASAP. You may need a preventative to help you along.


robichaud.l
Answered 9 months ago    reply

Oh and if they put you on Prednisolone, make sure it’s short term ONLY and they wean you off slowly. It’s bad long term. Causes multiple problems.

a.murphy98
Answered 9 months ago    reply

Thanks I go to the doctor on Friday, hope to get answers. I have heard really bad tales of prednisone.


robichaud.l
Answered 9 months ago    reply

Short term use When Panafcortelone is taken for short periods of time it is unlikely to cause any problems. Tell your doctor if you notice any of the following side effects and they worry you: mood changes nausea (feeling sick) vomiting anorexia (which may result in weight loss) increased appetite (which may result in weight gain) stomach bloating or irritation diarrhoea or constipation. Long term use When Panafcortelone is taken for long periods of time and in high doses the risk of side effects is greater. Tell your doctor if you notice any of the following and they worry you: general changes to the body: bloating and rounding of the face (moon face) headache dizziness weight gain redistribution of body fat water retention leading to swollen legs and feet, high blood pressure or an irregular heart beat cramps or weakness in the muscles of the arms and legs slowed growth in children irregular menstrual periods. changes to the skin: acne red or flushed face extra hair growth red or purple streaks easy bruising skin thinning increased sweating poor wound healing. changes to the immune system: an increased seriousness or frequency of infections. changes in behaviour: excessive mood swings (such as changes in personality) anxiety or nervousness restlessness trouble sleeping. changes in eyes: decreased or blurred vision eyes sticking out too far cataracts. Tell your doctor immediately or go to Accident and Emergency at your nearest hospital if you notice any of the following symptoms: severe stomach or intestinal pain epileptic fits sudden changes to your vision symptoms such as severe dizziness, fainting, weakness, chest pain or irregular heart beat psychiatric disturbances. These are all serious side effects of Panafcortelone. You may need urgent medical attention or hospitalisation. Some side effects can only be detected by your doctor. So it is important to visit your doctor for regular check-ups when Panafcortelone is taken for long periods of time. Such side effects may include: osteoporosis or other changes in bone which can result in an increased chance of fractures due to brittleness or softening of the bone changes in other hormone levels in your body changes in the body's ability to handle glucose (steroid diabetes) effects on the parathyroid and thyroid glands which control calcium and body metabolism increased amounts of cholesterol in the blood changes to your white blood cells changes to your nervous system which may affect the way your nerves work changed sperm count increased blood pressure increased pressure in the skull. Tell your doctor if you notice


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