Asthma That Does Not Go Away In Children Aged 2 Years?
Tonight ‘continue my questions yesterday about the bronchial asthma experienced by my son 2 years who do not heal and almost 3 months after waking up every morning always shortness of breath’ is there a need to check the specialism in? every morning diligently nebul even O2 preparations ‘yesterday must be X-rayed normal’ blood tests are also normal, only I have not done an allergy test.
Hello Cholifatul, thank you for asking again.
Asthma that has been running for several months and recur every day or almost every day may be classified as frequent episodic asthma or persistent asthma. Of course this requires further treatment. Treatment can be in the form of pulmonary function tests, allergy tests, or changes in drug regimens.
Mothers should discuss this with the treating pediatrician, communicate whether the child needs to get further action, what options are there. Do not take the child to a specialist in internal medicine because children have different disease management needs than adults. An alternative option is to take your child to a pulmonary specialist. Ask your pediatrician if you need to be referred to a pulmonologist. Also talk about the possibility of allergy testing. Consider whether there may be objects that trigger allergies in children, such as piles of dusty items, pollution, cigarette smoke, development dust, animal hair, or food and drinks. Improve ventilation of rooms and houses.
Thus our advice, hopefully useful. Regards.