I was diagnosed with eczema when I was 25 and since then I’ve been dealing with this disease. For me, it has been really difficult to find a treatment that worked for my type of skin and eczema. The treatment that has helped me to heal my eczema is foderma, I recommend it.
Great news! I just started Nucala for eosinophil-related asthma, but my disease (Churg-Strauss Syndrome) also effects my skin and sinuses, and Nucala so far had only been approved for asthma treatment--not sure if it will help my eczema and sinusitis, so I will look forward to this drug's approval.
What I really find annoying about asthma is it robs me of being able to have a good belly laugh...I starting coughing and lose my breath. So because people don't see me laugh too much they think I'm a crab!!!
@Marie E Natzke , laughter is one of my biggest asthma triggers. It stinks because I consider myself to have a great sense of humor and I'm the type who laughs so hard I have tears streaming down my face. But it comes at a cost, every time.
What I dont like about it is that it made me feel less important to people than their pets and that for many years I also treated myself that way and put myself around animals that made me suffer so badly until I had a heart attack due to allergic eosinophils surrounding my heart and choking it, then I took it seriously but still others dont and I struggle to stay strong and remember what happened to me so that that never happens to me again and its difficult because friends get dogs and I...
My child was diagnosed with Cough-Variant asthma at the age of 2. She has been on steroids since then and she is 9 and she is only at 57 lbs. Right now she takes Advair 250/50 two puffs twice a day, singular and a nasal spray. She has had an allergy test completed and everything came back negative. We have to go back to the allergist in October. With her being negative on all 22 test, how do I go about protecting her. When she has a flare-up, we do her normal meds, treatments twice a day,...
Oh @Lisa H ! I am so sorry! That has to be very frustrating. Has she ever tried being on an antihistamine? for us if we can get our PND (post nasal drip) in control, our asthma can be better managed. Something to talk to the doctor about. Here is some resources: Allergy Symptoms Allergy Treatment Asthma Over View Asthma Triggers Asthma Treatments Also please join us in the Asthma Support forum
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