Can Asthma Sufferers Take Paracetamol?
Doc, I want to ask if asthma sufferers can take paracetamol?
Basically, as long as people with asthma don't have an allergy to paracetamol, there is no problem if that person wants to take paracetamol. Please remember, that even though paracetamol is an over-the-counter drug, its use must still be in accordance with recommended indications and dosages. If after consumption, then an allergic reaction suddenly arises, you can immediately go to the emergency room. Allergic reactions can include:
Itchy redness, or skin redness accompanied by a burning sensation
Swelling on the face
Hard to breathe
A feeling of fainting
Nausea, vomiting or dizziness
If you have a severe allergic reaction, you can go to the emergency room, but make sure you wear a mask and take optimal COVID-19 prevention.
Thus the information that I can give. Regards.