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What type of provider manages your asthma? 43 Responses

It's important to work with your health care provider to create a personalized plan for managing your asthma. Who do you see who helps you manage your asthma?

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Posted by Kathy P ·

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Welcome, Wanda. I'm terribly sorry to hear about the sudden change in your treatment plan.  That has to be confusing to have no answers as well.  I've opened up your question last a new topic called Suddenly Without Xolair ....   in the Asthma Support forum.  More people can see it and reply at length.

We're glad you found us!  Hang in there. There will be answers and options to consider.


I have been on Xolair for about 12 years.  Now, suddenly the doctor's office that was giving me the shots will no long give them because Medicare will not continue to pay for it.  This was NOT the doctor who put me on Xolair but he also will not continue to give me the injection.  I went to his office and they were very short with me and said they will not give me the shots and I sent a letter to the doctor and received a note from his nurse but no answer from him.  He only sees me once a year.  I feel like I do not have an  Asthma doctor as of this time.  My last shot was over a month ago and I am concerned as to what this is doing to my Asthma.  The original doctor who calls himself my doctor now says I have Severe Asthma.  I am very at a loss as to where to go from here.

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